According to data compiled by Americans for the Arts, almost 60,000 Colorado artists and creative workers have lost their jobs as a result of COVID-19, and creative industry businesses across the state have suffered an estimated $2.4 billion dollars in lost revenue over the last year as a re…
The Business Journal’s June 18 editorial “Bailing out museum would set alarming precedent” did more than ruffle a few feathers. According to some people we’ve heard from, we emptied the henhouse and set the foxes loose among the chickens.
“I’ll tell you a secret to adulthood,” my mum told me from the other side of the world, when I was 27. “Stop waiting for ‘when life settles down.’ Life will never settle down.”
Well, here we are — 2021. Following a disastrous 2020, for many it felt as though the calendar would never turn over. And while every Jan. 1 carries with it some degree of optimism, of hope that this year will be better than the last, this new year “hit different,” as the cool kids say.