If you see Sarah Jessica Parker wandering around Portland, this is why. It's a public-private pilot project announced by the President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities.
I'm glad whenever any work and money goes into restoring some semblance of equity in what is currently a devastatingly unequal situation in public American arts education (the inequity: schools where parents can afford to pay for extras get arts, the rest don't).
The fact that Jerry Saltz is involved in Sarah Jessica Parker's new Bravo reality TV gives it added credibility. Here are my suggestions for realistic art world challenges. Read Post
Sarah Jessica Parker went to Washington Thursday where she attended the 2009 National Medal of Arts and National Humanities in the White House's East Room.... Read Post