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The Marriage of Arts, Economics, & Education

The NABE Foundation, the charitable arm of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE), and Americans for the Arts will present Paul Vancea with the the 2013 NABE Foundation Americans for the Arts Scholarship Award later today in Washington, DC. The Scholarship Award was established in 2008 to encourage the integration of the arts into […]

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Richard Wolff on the economic crisis (2009)

Economist, author, Professor emeritus UMass, Amherst, Richard Wolff, speaks about the current economic crises, its’ roots and what we can do about it. The “what to do about it” section touches on where collectivism overlaps with Republican software developers in Silicon Valley (at 1hr 16m) and relates to Gramsci’s “War of Position” we often talk …

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Italy: Funds-short Museum Burns Art In Protest

For a second day in a row, the director of a contemporary art museum in a small Italian town near Naples has burned a painting to protest a shortage of funds.

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2011 Retreat ~ Friday Booking & Farewells

Delight or die; this is the new paradigm set forth by Steve Denning to adapt to the new creative economy. In a particularly fickle consumer-centric universe, the increased focus on services as opposed to goods, he says, creates a need for “continuous innovation” and what he terms “radical management.” This new economy will be David […]

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