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Brooklyn Commune Global Congress November 22-24, 2013

Don’t miss out! The Brooklyn Commune Global Congress convenes at The Invisible Dog from Friday November 22 to Sunday November 24, 2013 Continue reading

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Andrew Simonet on Living Sanely & Sustainably as an Artist

Brooklyn Commune General Meeting #4 was amazeballs, featuring this presentation by Andrew Simonet on “Why Artists Are Poor and Why They Shouldn’t Be”. Continue reading

Cool Things To Read

Here’s some more reading material selected from what we posted to the FB group. The NEA publishes all kinds of cool stuff. We found these here. How Art Works (including appendices) How The US Funds The Arts This is a super cool handbook and DIY guide to making performances by Headlong in Philadelphia: This Town … Continue reading

Andy’s Private Facebook Rants Made Public (or why we started this whole thing)

So recently I posted a status update about how annoyed I was that *every* freaking artist statement I read started with “Artist X, who the New York Times called XXXX” and I was like, fuckin’ A! Enough already! I get it, but enough. Which sparked a whole bunch of cranky rebuttals so I responded with … Continue reading

Learn How Money Works

If you’re going to participate in the non-profit economy as a grant-seeker it behooves you to learn about how the system works. Grantmakers In The Arts is a service organization for arts funders. Articles like the one posted below, from their blog, will help you learn about how & what funders are thinking and give … Continue reading

THE BROOKLYN COMMUNE BEGINS

“What if we look at economics as a collective creative design problem?” Amy Whitaker (in her introduction as moderator of a panel discussion on “Art, Money, & Politics” curated and produced by Andrew Horwitz. Recorded by ArtOnAir.org on April 11, 2012 at the Broad Street Ballroom of Léman Manhattan Preparatory School in the Wall Street area … Continue reading

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