In many American cities, the most prominent murals emerge on the blank sidewalls of old buildings, often through months (if not years) of well-calibrated civic collaboration. Philadelphia, the national—and perhaps the global—leader in this art form has its own long-established Mural Arts Program, a well-staffed organization that not only vets the content and creators of
It’s uncommon for me to devote a particular blog post exclusively to corrections–not because I don’t make mistakes, or because I’m unwilling to admit them, but because my tiny monthly output has much to do with how carefully I try to vet the articles the first time around. I’m not big on mistakes, and I
Dusting off the Wurlitzers, Part II: Bringing a Marginalized American Original Back to the Forefront.
The second of my two-part series on theatre organs just went to press at Huffington Post. This one continues the interview of celebrated theatre organists in Indianapolis’ robust scene, as well as offering a host of differing perspectives on what should be done at the performance level to expand or at least retain an audience