Nepotism Alive and Well in Ontario Public Arts Funding

Praxis Theatre Co-Artistic Director Michael Wheeler leaps out of the comments section of his company’s blog and onto the front page with a lacerating and in-depth exposé of the Ontario government’s biased financial support of the brand-spanking-new Luminato ‘Arts and Creativity’ Festival in Toronto.

As if being an independent artist wasn’t hard enough without bureaucrats using public funding as their own back-scratch fund. Read the full article here.

2 thoughts on “Nepotism Alive and Well in Ontario Public Arts Funding

  1. hey simon,

    thanks for the repost. you’ll be pleased to know that i used your hyperlink info for the first time ever on the piece. way to turn me into a blogger.

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