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A Post Alley Zoomcast: COVID Versus the Arts – It Doesn’t Look Good

Post Alley writers and editors Barry Mitzman, Tom Corddry, David Brewster and Douglas McLennan talk about the ability of arts organizations to withstand the pandemic. The crisis has made visible the impoverishment of our infrastructure, and it’s likely many will not survive. So how to save yourself? It’s restorations versus opportunists.

From top left, clockwise: David Brewster, Douglas McLennan, Tom Corddry and Barry Mitzman

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