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Article:Creative Capital Receives $1 Million Bequest

Creative Capital Receives $1 Million Bequest

Creative Capital, a nonprofit organization that provides direct grants and career development services to artists, has announced a gift of $1 million from the estate of photographer Theo Westenberger.

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Theater: Unpaid Internships, or Getting Your Foot in the Door of the American Theater

Unpaid Internships, or Getting Your Foot in the Door of the American Theater
by Greg Redlawsk

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Article: The Most Underrated Skill for Creatives? Empathy.

The Most Underrated Skill for Creatives? Empathy.
by Jake Cook

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Theater: Where Do We Look? Going to the Theater as a Deaf Person

Where Do We Look? Going to the Theater as a Deaf Person
by Ariel Baker-Gibbs

The Disability in Theater series on HowlRound explores issues of diversity, accessibility, exposure, and inclusion in the American theater. This series is curated by Ariel Baker-Gibbs.

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Theater: Estelle Parsons on Acting- and Aging

Estelle Parsons on Acting—and Aging
By LAURA HEDLI

The Oscar Winner Is Back on Broadway in a New Role That's Primed to Start With a Bang

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Theater: At 81, Playwright Athol Fugard Looks Back On Aging And Apartheid

At 81, Playwright Athol Fugard Looks Back On Aging And Apartheid
by NPR staff

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Dance: Helgi Tomasson: Master of Dance

Helgi Tomasson: Master of Dance
BY JANICE BERMAN

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Music: Amanda Palmer confronts the 'current nightmare of the modern musician' (Q&A)

Amanda Palmer confronts the 'current nightmare of the modern musician' (Q&A)
by Seth Rosenblatt

The controversial musician and performance artist talks to CNET about Spotify, Kickstarter, and whether the music industry is killing the musicians it needs.

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Article: European Parliament Approves Net Neutrality Law in Landslide Vote

European Parliament Approves Net Neutrality Law in Landslide Vote
By Associated Press

The European Parliament voted to stop Internet providers from charging for preferential access to their networks on Thursday, a step cheered by consumer groups but bemoaned by the telecommunications industry.

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Dance: New York Public Library Puts Major Dance video archive online

Music Visualizations, Synchoric Orchestra dancing Schubert's Unfinished Symphony (1919) (via New York Public Library for the Performing Arts / Jerome Robbins Dance Division)

New York Public Library Puts Major Dance Video Archive Online
by Allison Meier

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