But are we asking the right questions, and measuring the most important aspects of an artist’s life? Or can we envision a future where AI frees us all to be more creative, more expressive, and more human?
It’s clear that there is a popular thread of argument that claims that AI-generated art is fundamentally different in some tangible and identifiable way from that created by humans.
And yet, science would tell us otherwise.
4A Arts has collaborated with partners to deliver a set of equitable pay guidelines and professional protections for non-salaried, working musicians.
In September of 2022, President Biden announced his reinstatement of the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities (PCAH), an advisory committee focused on cultural issues, led by Executive Director Tsione Wolde-Michael, formerly the Director of the Center...
And America Is Lesser for It Here at 4A Arts, we believe that arts and culture are basic human rights as well as vital components of an active, participatory citizenship; they are essential pieces of America’s heritage and global identity. Anti-trans legislation...
Creative types in small towns, suburbs, and big cities can help systemic problems challenging our entire populations, regardless of the color of the collar.
How many of us, as children or otherwise, have gone on some outdoor adventure and brought home a rock or shell? Perhaps it was a stone of unusual smoothness, or a piece of quartz that sparkled, or a shell with a fluted pink inner curve. We carry them home and place...
What do we mean when we use the word “art?” When we see or speak the word, a variety of images likely come to mind, from art galleries to paint palettes to the Mona Lisa.