Meanwhile, Down at the Reporting Factory …

Some Opportunities Journalists work hard to make government, sports, business, and other large organizations transparent. As blogs, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and other social networking tools have emerged, they have provided […]

My Top 5 Engine30 Moments

Our daily scrums might be a thing of the past, but as evidenced in the stories on this site, Engine30 is a living, breathing newsroom that continues to present content, […]

quality test

(Cover detail from The Qualities of Quality Report) Debates about the state of arts education most often focus on the quantity of education available. Measuring quantity is difficult enough, as […]

LAYOUT DRAFT ONLY: Quality arts education

[layout show=”1″] (Cover detail from The Qualities of Quality Report) Debates about the state of arts education most often focus on the quantity of education available. Measuring quantity is difficult […]

Arting in L.A.

At first, I though the invitation to join Engine30 had been a result of manatees pushing around application balls, but upon confirmation, I learned that, in fact, the decision was a […]

Faces of Engine30

2012 Getty Arts Journalism Program Fellows USC Grad Students Instructors FELLOWS BARBARA BOGAEV is the host and producer of public radio’s Soundprint Documentary Series. She hosted the national news and culture […]

Why Art Here? (Not There)

Why does art happen in one neighborhood and not another?

Artists At Work

Where are the artists and what do they do? We look at Bureau of Labor Statistics data. You can play with the data yourself…

What Data Where?

There are hundreds of datasets that touch on measure of creativity. Here are some of the publicly-available datasets we’re looking at: From the NEA’s Office of Research & Analysis  Fast […]

Where The Artists Are

Pretty much where you’d expect, actually. California, New York, Texas and Florida…