Arunima Gupta of the nonprofit cultural organization Network of Indian Cultural Enterprises discusses shifts in the global creative economy, its value and a case study from India.
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Frameworks for cultural diplomacy in the U.S. are often too narrow and too broad.
Once again the debate about the arts and their relationship to the economy has been enjoined, this time in the UK. The terms are by now entirely familiar, and certainly loom in any discussion of the “value” of the arts in the U.S. as well. This is particularly true for the U.S. during recessions and periods of fiscal austerity.