Fuse writers Lucas Spiro and Matt Hanson once again bang their heads against the walls of some of art’s big questions.
An Arts Fuse regular feature returns (temporarily): The Arts on Stamps of the World.
An Arts Fuse regular feature returns (temporarily): the Arts on Stamps of the World. We present the second of our three lapsed November 2017 installments, now being seen for the very first time anywhere!
An Arts Fuse regular feature returns (temporarily): the arts on stamps of the world.
Revisiting a former Arts Fuse regular feature: the arts on stamps of the world.
We need more serious, informed, and diverse voices evaluating and reporting on the arts at a time newspapers and magazines are cutting back and/or dumbing down their arts sections.
The publication, its editor, and its over 60 writers believe that the health of arts criticism and the arts community are inextricably intertwined.
Curtains? is not entirely satisfying, but I’ll give Michael M. Kaiser points for honesty, clarity, and for not dodging uncomfortable truths.
Over the next two decades, slow-creeping climate change is coming to the arts in America — the arctic ice on which the creative class stands is melting.
What is perhaps most astonishing is that families of every economic stripe, even those for whom it is a great sacrifice, are seeing to it that their children experience these pleasures, despite the sad fact that schools all over the country are cutting back on arts programs.