Gregg Rowe

Poet, playwriter, photographer, painter, paperback penner, philosopher, penis pumper, pornographer, penisolopher, psychotically pessimistically psychotic

When culture goes corporate, Canada’s creativity suffers – The Globe and Mail

When culture goes corporate, Canada’s creativity suffers – The Globe and Mail

via When culture goes corporate, Canada’s creativity suffers – The Globe and Mail.

“Not so long ago “arts and culture” was all one needed to say when talking about the country’s story-tellers, actors, film makers, dancers, artists, poets, and musicians. Everyone knew what you meant. Then it became “the cultural sector,” now the buzzword is “cultural industries.””

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