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New Jersey Governor Proposes Elimination Of All State Arts Funding Newark Star-Ledger 02/04/03
Martha Graham Company - Putting A Life Back Together Baltimore Sun (AP) 02/01/03
Have Images Of Atrocities Ceased To Register On Us? The Guardian (UK) 02/01/03
More Than $2 Trillion, But Nothing For PBS? Los Angeles Times 02/05/03
How Live Is Broadway Live Theatre Music? Newsday 02/02/03
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New Jersey Governor Proposes Elimination Of All State Arts Funding New Jersey Gov. James E. McGreevey has proposed elimination of the state's entire spending on the arts - $31.7 million in cultural funding in next year's budget. Cultural groups are stunned: "We went to our own funeral today. We understand the fiscal crisis facing New Jersey. What we don't understand or accept is why we are being singled out (and) ... eliminated." Newark Star-Ledger 02/04/03
Martha Graham Company - Putting A Life Back Together The 26 dancers of the Martha Graham Company are back, finishing a week in New York. They "expect to go on tour soon, to engagements that are being negotiated and should be announced in coming weeks. With a current annual budget projected at $7 million, the company is seeking at least $3 million in outside funding. Next week, the Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance is moving from various Manhattan locations to a building on East 63rd Street where Graham had taught for many years. The property was sold during the company's financial crunch of the 1990s, and repurchased recently." Baltimore Sun (AP) 02/01/03
Have Images Of Atrocities Ceased To Register On Us? Back in the 1930 Virginia Woolf believed that just seeing pictures of the atrocities of war would provoke a strong reaction against the waging of war. Susan Sontag wonders if that is the case today in our media-soaked world. "Photographs of an atrocity may give rise to opposing responses: a call for peace; a cry for revenge; or simply the bemused awareness, continually restocked by photographic information, that terrible things happen." The Guardian (UK) 02/01/03
More Than $2 Trillion, But Nothing For PBS? The budget that President Bush sent to Congress this week tops $2 trillion, and is already being criticized for being overly generous to too many constituencies, given the current state of the national economy. But public television stations nationwide are wondering where they can sign up for some of the president's fiscal generosity, after discovering that the budget calls for the elimination of funds designed to ease the transition of such stations to digital broadcasting, as mandated by the FCC. Without the funding, many public stations in rural areas have claimed that they will be forced off the air. Los Angeles Times 02/05/03
How Live Is Broadway Live Theatre Music? The battle looming on Broadway between the musicians' union and producers is being cast as a fight over whether there will be live music in orchestra pits. On the other hand - union rules requiring a minimum number of musicians to be employed at theatres even when not all the musicians are required for a show, are unreasonable almost by any standard. Meanwhile - today's theatre orchestras are so highly miked that it's often difficult to tell whether the music is live or not. Where's the artistic value in any of this? Newsday 02/02/03