Recap: News you mighta missed, 12/6/20 edition

The world rarely arrives in sonata form… we could all use a good recap. Things to know It seems almost impossible that you might have missed this memefest entirely, but it seems clear that Christmas decor manufacturers may be considering a more careful look at the music notation they include in their tchotchkes. Facebook and … Read more

A little reading

There were several articles this week that showed up and seemed important enough to share. On the other hand, there are a couple of lighter things here too. You get to decide which is which. These links are in no particular order. San Diego Opera plans drive-in “All is Calm” film and live sing-along — … Read more

What the budget bills mean for the arts

In the current political climate, no one can afford to ignore the news, and artists and presenters of all sorts should be keeping a close eye on Capitol Hill.  One of the watchdog organizations that can help us understand the intricate machine that is government is Americans for the Arts, and their recent email blast … Read more

Arts group advocates for post-election unity

In an emailed statement, Americans for the Arts’ chief Robert L. Lynch has followed up this week’s dramatic election results with a reiteration of the organization’s resolve to support arts policy as the new administration gets settled in Washington. The message, coming from one of the nation’s most stalwart champions for all sorts of arts funding, … Read more

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