links to other places

Little things in life supplant the “great events.” — Peter Altenberg


The internet is among the few things humans have built that they don’t truly understand … it is the largest experiment
involving anarchy in history.  Hundreds of millions of people are, each minute, creating and consuming an untold amount
of digital content in an online world that is not truly bound by terrestrial laws … this is the Internet, the world’s largest
ungoverned space.  [quote from somewhere]

Unfortunately, transcending its original playful identity, it is no longer a place for strolling—it’s a place for
getting things done.  [yet another quote by someone else]. That being said there are still occasions when there is a need
to wander off in pursuit of either this or that.




Arts Advocates for Georgia. Advocacy
Business, Communication and the delivery of resources for the arts.

Directory of the Arts in Georgia
The Directory is designed in nine categories and four regions as a
and searchable listing of nonprofit arts organizations in Georgia



Americans for the Arts Action Fund

Americans for the Arts Advocate Hub

Americans for the Arts Mobilization Center

National Assembly of State Arts Agencies    NASAA
Advocacy Tools and Advocacy Services



the critical art ensemble:  (CAE) is a collective of five tactical media practitioners of various specializations including computer graphics and web design, film/video, photography,
text art, book art, and performance.

psyart journal:  PsyArt Journal is an online scholarly journal for the psychological study of the arts. It’s an open access journal, providing scholarship for free for all users of the internet.  The journal is peer-reviewed and abstracted and indexed in the PMLAPsycInfo, and DOAJ bibliographies. The journal also appears in several European bibliometric authority lists.  The journal is open to submissions applying any type of psychology to any type of art. The journal publishes about 15 articles a year, and it has been in operation since mid-1997.