Wednesday, April 02, 2008

[Wadabo_updates] MA state artist census

Found out about this today, and think it a worthwhile project, so please
share with all the artists you know in MA.

Stand Up and Be Counted!

Help us make the invisible- VISIBLE!

"Individual artists, of all disciplines, are often an invisible
population to our policy makers and leaders. Current creative economy
studies--and, for that matter, studies on the art world--do not
adequately, if at all, measure the important contributions artists of
all disciplines make, not only to the creative economy, but to our
society. Individual artists of all disciplines are the foundation that
makes our society and the creative economy thrive and grow. Without the
individual artists of all disciplines, there would be no art of any kind
to present and experience. There would be no creative economy. It is
that simple."

Kathleen Bitetti, Artist & Executive Director of the Artists Foundation
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