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The artist as culture producer living and sustaining a creative life

Louden, Sharon, (editor.).

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  • ISBN: 9781783207275
  • ISBN: 9781783207282
  • ISBN: 1783207264
  • ISBN: 9781783207268
  • Physical Description: 402 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: Bristol, UK ; Intellect, 2017.

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Essays: Alec Soth -- Alison Wong -- Andrea Zittel -- Austin Thomas -- Billy Dufala and Steven Dufala -- Brett Wallace -- Caitlin Masley -- Cara Ober -- Carrie Moyer -- Carron Little -- Chloë Bass -- Duncan MacKenzie -- Edgar Arceneaux -- Euan Gray -- Faina Lerman and Graem Whyte -- Jane South -- Jayme McLellan -- Jean Shin -- Julia Kunin -- Kat Kiernan -- Khaled Sabsabi -- Lenka Clayton -- Mark Tribe -- Martina Geccelli -- Matthew Deleget -- Michael Scoggins -- Morehshin Allahyari -- Norberto Roldan -- Paul Henry Ramirez -- Robert Yoder -- Sharon Butler -- Shinique Smith -- Stephanie Syjuco -- Steve Lambert -- Tim Doud and Zoë Charlton -- Wendy Red Star -- William Powhida -- Conclusion: Chen Tamir -- Courtney Fink -- Deana Haggag.
Summary, etc.:
When 'Living and Sustaining a Creative Life' was published in 2013, it became an immediate sensation. Edited by Sharon Louden, the book brought together forty essays by working artists, each sharing their own story of how to sustain a creative practice that contributes to the ongoing dialogue in contemporary art. The book struck a nerve how do artists really make it in the world today? Louden took the book on a sixty-two-stop book tour, selling thousands of copies, and building a movement along the way. Now, Louden returns with a sequel: forty more essays from artists who have successfully expanded their practice beyond the studio and become change agents in their communities. There is a misconception that artists are invisible and hidden, but the essays here demonstrate the truth artists make a measurable and innovative economic impact in the non-profit sector, in education, and in corporate environments. The Artist as Culture Producer illustrates how today's contemporary artists add to creative economies through out-of-the-box thinking while also generously contributing to the well-being of others. By turns humorous, heartbreaking, and instructive, the testimonies of these forty diverse working artists will inspire and encourage every reader from the art student to the established artist.
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Artists and community United States
Art and society United States
Artists United States Biography
Artists Biography
Art, Modern 21st century
Art and society
Art, Modern
Artists and community
United States
Genre: Biography.
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