What is the Creative Generations?
On March 24, 2018, I stood in my apartment in Washington, D.C. as the city was abuzz with the nation’s latest protest – A March for Our Lives, it was called. Since fall 2016, Sunday morning protest had become a thing in the wake of the presidential election; people were mobilized. However, this march seemed different.
September 30, 2019
A Published Theory Of Arts Entrepreneurship
Arguably, both success and failure in arts entrepreneurship does not depend upon one’s own ability to employ themselves, or create a business. Given that the academic field of arts entrepreneurship is still emerging, it is not surprising that arts entrepreneurship theory is underdeveloped.
October 24, 2019
Engagement As An Ethic and A Practice
What does the ARC Engagement and Impact framework have in common with the Bauhaus? This was the framing question of Engagement, this year’s ACUADS Conference, offering a productive way to contextualise social, intellectual and political engagement within the most impactful creative legacy the world has ever known.
November 20, 2019
Modern Mentorship: The Solution That Has No Name-Revisiting Cyclical Mentorship
Since diving into the research that led to my work on Cyclical Mentorship in 2017, I have been thinking deeply on the concept of mentorship, especially in the arts and cultural education ecosystem, and how we can shift - or expand - the narrative.
August 25, 2021
Expanding The Definition of Mentorship In Arts & Cultural Education
As someone who has oscillated between the roles of artist, educator, and researcher, I have traversed up and down the power scale, experiencing firsthand the phenomena of power and status as social constructs.
March 11, 2021