Personal note on philanthropy

Philanthropy is in my blood. It seems as though I was born asking people for money. My mother, when younger, was one of those people who volunteered for everything. Not only that, but she volunteered me for everything. I went door-to-door (in the days when people did this) asking for donations to UNICEF, Muscular Dystrophy, Multiple Sclerosis, Leukemia, and more. Do people hand over their money more readily when a cute 8-year-old in blond pigtails is knocking at the door?

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Consider this when donating art

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Study of older artists

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Artist helping pandas and earthquake victims in China

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Arts-centric businesses growing

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Deep Thought Thursday: Art in the evolutionary process

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An artist in the holiday spirit

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CERF Responds to California Wildfires

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How are you celebrating National Arts & Humanities Month?

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Does an artist have a responsibility to the community?

In response to my recent post about the Christoph B├╝chel/MASS MoCA brouhaha, Joshua Field commented:

As an artist living in North Adams, MA , the town where MASS MoCA is located (I am in no way affiliated with the museum), I think it is important to note a crucial component missing from the dialog and that is the responsibility of the museum and the artist to the community in which they

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