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INTUIT - The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art
"Established in 1991, Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art (Intuit) is the only nonprofit organization in the United States that is dedicated solely to presenting self-taught and outsider art — with world class exhibitions; resources for scholars and students; a Permanent Collection with holdings of more than 1,100 works of art; the Henry Darger Room Collection; the Robert A. Roth Study Center, a non-circulating collection with a primary focus in the fields of outsider and contemporary self-taught art; and educational programming for people of all interest levels and backgrounds."
henrydarger  tovisit  artists  museums  folkart  outsidera  outsiderart  outsider  chicago  intuit 
december 2012 by robertogreco
These Things Are Related - Anil Dash
"technology adoption happens now because of culture and media, not simply for its own sake or because certain types of capital are available. It happens because a vision is ambitious enough to capture the attention of artist and writers and creators of all sorts, not just other technologists or people within the bubble of the existing tech community. And cities like Chicago, Boston, Washington D.C. and, particularly, New York City, have a decided advantage when it comes to connecting to those in the tech community to the rest of the world. We also have an unparalleled history of ambition (and, yes, ego) to match that potential. I hope entrepreneurs learn a lesson from the few underwhelming startups that are out there, and realize that the model of making incremental improvements on companies that already exist is a recipe where, even if you achieve your goals, you may not have achieved much of a success."
anildash  startups  entrepreneurship  trends  creativity  technology  culture  innovation  success  tcsnmy  cv  glvo  environment  siliconvalley  chicago  boston  washingtondc  nyc  cities  disruption  gamechanging  progress  small  change  reform  leapfrogging  intuit  mint  comparison  bayarea  dc 
september 2009 by robertogreco

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