Bohemia as Subculture; “Bohemia” as Industry Art, Culture, and Economic Development

@inproceedings{Currid2009BohemiaAS,
  title={Bohemia as Subculture; “Bohemia” as Industry Art, Culture, and Economic Development},
  author={Elizabeth Currid},
  year={2009}
}
Artists have long been thought of as agents of revitalization, transforming warehouses and blighted neighborhoods into bohemian enclaves that become destinations for the well-heeled, simultaneously bringing redevelopment and reinvestment. Yet, the active cultivation of art as a central part of economic development is new. The increasing shift in economic development focused on attracting people not smokestacks has brought art and culture center-stage. This article considers the arts in economic… CONTINUE READING

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