By Deanna Costa
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This week, Deanna is joined by Arts Fuse‘s founder & editor in chief, Bill Marx. The two discuss the future of the arts in the upcoming decade as well as comment on the cultural scene we’re leaving behind. Marx and Deanna have about 40 years of reviewing between them, making for a robust conversation analyzing the years 2010-2029. The duo wonder how climate change will impact society in the coming years, speculating that the issue should become a source of inspiring art. They discuss the political and economic challenges over the past decade, breaking down how technology has impacted the way we interact and create. We close out the show with Bill calling attention to our winter appeal. We need your support to keep independent arts coverage coming. It is not too late to donate. Go here.
Deanna Costa is a recent graduate of Boston University’s College of Communication, where she earned a B.S. in Journalism with a focus on Magazine Design. During her time at BU, she covered local concerts for on-campus publications in multiple formats. Outside of writing, she routinely interviewed artists and reviewed albums live on her weekly radio show, DJ-ed on campus events, and held the Studio Productions Director position in 2017. Currently, she is a full-time administrative assistant, a freelance music journalist, and host of the Arts Fuse Podcast: The Short Fuse.