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  • ... to discuss both tired stereotypes and surprising realities about the L.A. art scene. [scald=73701:kl_image_original_context ... but efforts like the Atlantic Monthly's Cities blog or the New York Times ' articles on general interest urbanity make ...
  • ... that features investigative reports and in-depth stories about our changing environment and how it affects people around the world. Read some of our most recent blog posts for a closer look at the topics covered in our video clips and ...
  • ... what America does better than anyone else -- is spark the creativity and imagination of our people. But if we want to win the future ... region's diversity. We must use data to inform decisions about how students are prepared and the tools needed for their success. It is ...
  • ... forms, and by engaging with artists who speak eloquently about the spiritual aspect of the creative process. The program presents ... Global Spirit episode imparts new insights and discoveries about sacred art and the creative spirit from spiritual traditions as ...
  • ... there evidence that people are civically engaged and care about their community; that they are proud of it and feel like they belong? ...   Read previous installments of our "State of Creativity " Series: What Is the Creative Economy? The ...
  • ... from Seoul to New Delhi, LinkAsia took viewers into media about Asia – from Asia – offering unfiltered insight into one of the most diverse, fast-paced regions of the globe. The LinkAsia blog featured in-depth analysis from expert contributors and LinkAsia ...
  • Chats About Change: Critical Conversations on Art and Politics is a series of panel ... | Photo: Martha Benedict.   Chats About Change: Critical Conversations on Art and Politics is five ... (Look no further than The New York Times' recent article about art advisor Stefan Simchowitz to measure L.A.'s influence in the ...
  • ... or proposing ways to engage the voting public in a debate about the relationship between trafficking and poverty , the HIPS ... in democratic ideals and a long-term effort to insert creativity into "big politics." But on the other, the artists propose local, ...
  • ... into much of her work, science and its the meta-stories about existence and evolution remained, until the end of her life, at the heart of much of it. "She told be about going to the World's Fair in Chicago as a teenager," recalls Brown, ...

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