CIVIC CEnTRIC Life: 
Home Grown Business, The Arts, Advocacy

Where & how civic life takes place, is an open question. The lines between private & public, self-interested & civic are blurring as digital cultures transform means & patterns of communication around the world.
— Civic Media Project | MIT Press

Not Just Bushwick: New Study Charts Where NYC Artists Live

While the artist population in Manhattan is in decline, the number of artists in the Bronx nearly doubled since 2000. Whether you like it or not, Bushwick is famous today for being a neighborhood of artists.


New York Home Grown
Businesses & The Arts

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Saving the NEA Won't Save Culture

We need an expansive, radical vision for art that makes it more than a plaything for the wealthy. Presidents haven't always hated the NEA. In 1965, Lyndon B. Johnson signed the National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities Act, creating the agency Trump wants to disband.


Home Grown Business & The ARts
On Social Media