Yesterday, I day-tripped into the Blouin Creative Leadership Summit. The third day of the Summit was the ‘arts’ day. One discussant pointed out that ‘creativity’ is a more popular title in the business sections of book stores than in the arts sections. Makes me question how a market-side evocation of ‘creativity’ can include the arts yet relegate them to a limiting silo, such as the third day of a three-day conference.
One of the panels I attended was entitled Architecture – The Changing Nature of Space, which included Daniel Libeskind. Last night I attended the twenty-second night of Mike Daisey’s 29-night live theatrical novel, ALL THE FACES OF THE MOON, entitled Paying the Rent in the Tower of Song, which served as a bookend to hearing ‘Danny’ talk about the Freedom Tower just the day before at the Metropolitan Club.