My Profession

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  1. Ed Baker
    Ed Baker May 15, 2014 at 10:32 pm .

    I too went in for a similar face-to-face<br />we took twenty paces away from each other<br />&amp; turned<br /><br />His question to me : &quot;what&#39;s the definition of art?&quot;<br /><br />When I took too long to reply….. he answered: &quot;Whatever sells is art !&quot;<br />this was in his office downtown D.C. about 1973.<br /><br />By 1975 I dropped out….<br /><br />Ted Enslin, in

  2. Joseph Hutchison
    Joseph Hutchison May 15, 2014 at 5:21 pm .

    Oh—just looked this up. Here&#39;s what Colorado Creative Industries says in their mission statement: &quot;A division of the Colorado Office of Economic Development &amp; International Trade, Colorado Creative Industries sees a future where Colorado is a premiere &#39;Creative Economy.&#39; We strive to create a strong brand identity, a Top 10 reputation, and create significant and sustained

  3. Joseph Hutchison
    Joseph Hutchison May 15, 2014 at 5:19 pm .

    In 2010 our state arts council merged with two other entities to form &quot;Colorado Creative Industries.&quot; I&#39;ve had no contact with them since the merger, but I hope the name isn&#39;t an indication of their view of the arts. The old arts council was full of great people, many of whom were artists in their own right. I hope they&#39;ve kept up that tradition! But you&#39;re right—many of

  4. Lyle Daggett
    Lyle Daggett May 15, 2014 at 2:19 am .

    Joseph, many years ago (ca. 1976 — I was a college student at the time, and had been writing poems for about eight years), I received in the mail one day a survey from the Minnesota State Arts Board, asking respondents their opinions about the Arts Board&#39;s various programs, and their experiences working with the Arts Board&#39;s programs.<br /><br />I filled out the survey and mailed it back

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