UMS’s Arts Round-up: August 13
By Susie Bozell CraigTweet
August 13, 2010
Many members of the UMS staff keep a watchful eye on local and national media for news about artists on our season, pressing arts issues, and more. Each week, we pull together a list of interesting stories and share them with you. Welcome to UMS’s Arts Round-up, a weekly collection of arts news, including national issues, artist updates, local shout-outs, and a link or two just for fun. If you come across something interesting in your own reading, please feel free to share!
- Just how do recording artists get paid? A look at the love/hate relationship with music copyright enforcers
- Cleveland music critic loses lawsuit against The Plain Dealer and Cleveland Symphony Orchestra
- Tales from the Fringe: A different kind of theater experience
- Rosanne Cash’s memoir, Composed, was released this week
- More on Rosanne Cash, with a “Day in the Life” Profile by New York Magazine
- The Michigan Theater goes green with solar panel installation thanks to XSeed Energy Project
- Alleged Bansky graffiti piece excavated from Detroit’s Packard Plant up for auction on E-bay
Just For Fun
- Wondering what to do with those extra office supplies? Post-It Brand hosted the 30th annual Student Design Contest for the world’s largest artistic billboard made entirely of, you guessed it, Post-Its. Check out the winner!