Arts groups keep a wary eye on market

  • Article by: MARY ABBE , Star Tribune
  • Updated: October 10, 2008 - 1:47 PM

Wall Street's jitters have major Twin Cities arts organizations and their funders on edge, too.

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rebeccalhooverOct. 11, 08 7:29 PM

When many are faced with homelessness, hunger and a lack of health care, it is time to get back to the basics. We have to pay off massive governmental and consumer debt that is strangling the country before we can make much progress. Also, we need to ensure our kids and even adults are getting adequate scientific and technical training so we can compete again in the global market. Given all this, the upcoming decides need to focus on basics rather than arts.

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rebeccalhooverOct. 11, 08 7:31 PM

I meant to type: Given all of this, the upcoming decades need to focus on basics rather than arts.

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justinphOct. 13, 08 8:52 AM

You know how many people would be without jobs without the arts? The arts are an important part of our culture and industry in the Twin Cities. Without them, we're just milwaukee or cleveland.

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