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Arts News Digest – Feb. 13, 2018

ARTS ISSUES & MANAGEMENT Should museums have free admission? (Arts Journal) Michael Rushton, who teaches arts administration at Indiana University and edits the Journal of Cultural Economics, attempts to answer the question. Trump proposes elimination of NEA (California Desert Arts Council) The Trump Administration released its 2019 budget proposal, which seeks to eliminate the National…

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Coachella Walls: A Self-Guided Walking Tour

The sweet smell of fresh baked goods wafts from Las Tres Conchitas on the corner of Sixth Street and Vine Avenue in downtown Coachella while locals file into Jalisco for lunch across the street. On the same block, construction workers are building a new library, and another crew sets up chairs in front of City…

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Creative Placemaking, Part 2: How to Get Started

We want strong, healthy communities in the Coachella Valley, and Ben Stone of Smart Growth America insists we’ll build them on art and culture. “I can’t think of any cities or neighborhoods around the country that are models of smart, inclusive development that don’t prominently feature the arts,” Stone, director of arts and culture for…

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Arts All Summer Long! (Here’s Your Itinerary)

Need to quench your thirst for the arts this summer? The California Desert Arts Council serves up fresh itineraries for visual art lovers, architecture and design lovers, and music and stage lovers. Our arts concierge offers a fourth itinerary, which includes the best film, dance, heritage, and spoken word experiences. “Curated each month for residents…

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