Top Posts From AJBlogs 03.03.14

Robert Ashley, 1930-2014
AJBlog: PostClassic | Published 2014-03-04

Star-Power? The Detroit Institute of Arts?
AJBlog: Real Clear Arts | Published 2014-03-04

Novelists in the New Economy, and a National-ist Goes Classical
AJBlog: CultureCrash | Published 2014-03-03

Hidden history
AJBlog: Sandow | Published 2014-03-03

Structure matters
AJBlog: The Artful Manager | Published 2014-03-03

Why The Razzies Are A Joke Past Its Prime

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“Uproarious disasters and offbeat passion projects are lumped in with the bland and forgettable, with precedence given to nominees who are famous, attractive and/or rich. (In that respect, the Razzies is notably shallower than the ceremonies it supposedly sends up.)”

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What Tech Companies Desperately Need: English Majors

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“As important as the technology is that powers our lives, businesses also depend on humanities-oriented communicators to articulate why the technology matters. Indeed, every technology company, and certainly every startup trying to make its imprint on the world, needs English majors. Perhaps many.”

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What’s Wrong With Art Today

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“Big art, big artists, big dealers and big money play their roles in a hypnotic and well-rehearsed production, and toothy smiles abound. Yet this intoxicating spectacle is just the most public manifestation of a problem in the art world that has become increasingly obvious over the past decade: more and more, the cart is pulling the horse.”

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