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LA Phil is searching for an Associate Manager, Artistic Planning Under the supervision of the Vice President of Artistic Planning, this position will assist with the full range of programming presented by the LA Philharmonic Association including: Winter Subscription programs, Hollywood Bowl classical series, galas, festivals... read more
Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra is currently seeking a General Manager! Please indicate your interest in this position by forwarding your resume and letter of application no later than January 31st to the Human Resources Department of the National Arts Centre at For more information on the NAC and its Orchestra please visit read more
The Director of Operations, Maine Arts Commission will assist the Executive Director with the daily operations of the agency. Responsibilities include HR. management, strategic planning implementation, internal fiscal and office management affairs, coordinating agency programs and acting as liaison with external partners. read more

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Why Is "No" Among a Child's First Words? - Slate 12.30.13 (podcast)
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Can-Do Culture Versus Can't-Do Culture - recode 01/01/14
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What We Still Don't Know: Why Sleep Matters - The Atlantic 12/30/13
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South Africa Shrugs as Performance Artists Try to Turn It Avant-Garde - The Wall Street Journal 12.27.13
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Coughing As Performance Vandalism - The New York Times 12/31/13
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The Turing Test And Spike Jonze's "Her" - The New Yorker 01.01.14
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The Sweet Science of Punch Sound Effects - The Wall Street Journal 01.02.14 (includes sound files)
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Chinese Movie Business Zoomed In 2013 - Los Angeles Times 01/01/14
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Pussy Riot Documentary Pulled From Russian Screening Following Threat - The New York Times 12.29.13
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The Hidden Workshop of Expert Piano Craftswomen - The Wall Street Journal 01.01.14
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The 20 Most-Pirated Musicians Of 2013 - Billboard 01/02/14
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So Where Are We On A New Business Model For The Music Business? - BBC 01/01/14
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What's Killing Contemporary Music? - NewMusicBox 01/02/14
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Winton Dean, World's Top Handel Scholar, Dead at 97 - The Herald (Scotland) 01.01.14
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Lawyer Fined For Outing JK Rowling Pseudonym Last Year - Yahoo! (AP) 01/02/14
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In 1964 Isaac Asimov Predicted What Life In 2014 Would Be Like. Here's What He Said - Open Culture 01/01/14
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Sherlock Holmes Now (Partly) In Public Domain in U.S. - The New York Times 12.27.13
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Is the Future of Printed Books as Luxury Art Objects? - Salon 12.29.13
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Postcards From Antartica's Poet-in-Residence - Slate 01.02.14
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Turkey's High Court Suspends Obscenity Case Against Translator of Apollinaire - CEATL 12.27.13
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West End Theatre Where Ceiling Collapsed Closed For Additional Week - The Stage (UK) 01.02.14
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Will the Closing of "Spider-Man" Hurt Nearby Businesses? - The New York Times 01.03.14
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Cincinnati Art Museum Director Stepping Down - The Cincinnati Enquirer 01.02.14
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The Ten Worst Things In Art In 2013 - Hyperallergic 01.01.14
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Why Are Museums Wasting So Much Energy On Technology? - spiked 12/17/13
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Lawsuits Mount Over Faked Art - The Art Newspaper 01/02/14
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