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June 21, 2011


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Jeremy M. Barker

"Because self-preservation is the defining aspect of arts institutional life–ironically, the non-profit model virtually guarantees it–the business model warps in that direction. People begin to have trouble distinguishing between best business practices and those that have worked in the past to pay everyone’s salaries. Over time, the institution’s existence–its habits and proclivities–mediates the art presented. It’s not just a question of the popularity of one work versus another–it’s a question of box office receipts. That’s what’s being discussed when the directors meet: saleability." http://thesunbreak.com/2011/06/01/arts-marketing-for-dummies/

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Now we have a great walkway that goes to the beach and to the canals that came from the partnership of community with government

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