Entrepreneurial Models

Tales From The Downslope: A New E-Publication From Clayton Campbell

I am pleased to announce the release of my new E-publication, Tales From The Downslope: But Picking Up Speed Really Fast. This first edition, 46 page magazine contains my new and recent photographs, short stories, and commentary about my work. The magazines features a 2018 portfolio of self portraits that are a self deprecating look…

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Creative Capital Dinner Project Takes Place at 18th Street Arts Center October 5 and Is A Safe Harbor For One Night

This past September, Creative Capital announced  the Dinners Project, a platform for artists and communities around the country to host potluck-style gatherings in locations across the United States from October 4 to 7, 2018 to ensure artists’ voices are an active part of civic discourse leading up to the midterm elections. Fourteen Creative Capital Awardees…

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Dinh Q. Le: The Scrolls: Distortion Series, and the San Art Residency in Ho Chi Minh City

Dinh Q. Le is my colleague and friend since 2004 when we worked together on the Board of Directors of Res Artis, the International Association of Residential Arts Centers. Since then we have both remained part of an active  group of artist/activists who have become Cultural Producers; artist practitioners whose work, besides exhibiting and writing…

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Is This How To Save the Arts and Non Profits in the Face of Gentrification?

I want to share this post from Mike Scutari from Inside Philanthropy. The model he talks about in San Francisco could be applicable perhaps in Los Angeles, New York, or any U.S. city where rents have gotten out of control. And given the looming federal tax bill and the negative consequences for non profit organizations…

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Artist Mel Chin’s Water Resistant Garden Project Rounds Out the City of LA’s Public Art Biennial 2016, Current: LA Water

Mel Chin’s Water Resistant Garden Project Rounds out the City of LA’s Public Art Biennial 2016, Current: LA Water This July 16 through August 14 saw a host of innovative projects from national and international artists presented by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs Public Art Division’s CURRENT: LA Water Public Art…

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The Santa Fe Art Institute Pioneers SFAI Works, A New Social Entrepreneurship Incubator

In December I was at the culminating event of an exciting new project that I want to bring to the attention of our readership. This past fall the  Santa Fe Art Institute pioneered SFAI Works, a new social entrepreneurship incubator focused on creative thinking, business acumen, community engagement, and leadership skills. SFAI Works is unique…

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The Miller Falls Arts Bridge in Massachusetts and Its Unique Cultural Exchange With China

A bridge is a structure that provides passage over a barrier, forming connections between people, places and time. The Millers Falls Arts Bridge provides an alternative space for artists to explore their creativity, to reflect, exchange ideas, create new works of art and engage the local community through social practice. Through a range of programs…

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ForYourArt: A Fluid and Independent Platform in the Spirit of Los Angeles, Presents The Extreme Present in Which David Lynch Punctures the Premise!

ForYourArt is a wonderful organization that I love to bring to people’s attention. Founded in 2006, it is known for its weekly publication, Plan ForYourArt, a great resource for discovering art across Los Angeles, and you can sign up at www.ForYourArt.com. They are also producers of intellectual and inspiring forums and on August 14 presented…

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Temporary Space LA: Creating An Alternative Art Economy For Mid-Career And Late-Career Artists

With the crush of mid and late career artists far outnumbering the opportunities that galleries and museums have to represent their work and ideas, Temporary Space LA (TSLA) is a new venture in Los Angeles that serves a burgeoning baby boomer constituency with what it hopes will be comprehensive, self help strategies. TSLA will exhibit…

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Combine Studios, A Progressive Residency Center and Artist-led research platform at Arizona State University

Gordon Knox, consultant with Campbell Consultants Group, has been in the residency field for a long time, having founded Civitella Rainieri in 1995 in Umbria, Italy. He was an active Board Member for Res Artist from 2000-2006; was the Artistic Director of the Lucas Artists Programs at Montalvo Arts Center 2003-2008, and Director of Global…

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