Patrick Courrielche

The Big Truth: Selling White House Policy Through Art

A few days ago I received a call from my cousin. He’d been hearing some chatter from the family about something happening with a series of NEA articles that I’d written for Big Hollywood and wanted to find out from

The Big Truth: Selling White House Policy Through Art

A few days ago I received a call from my cousin. He’d been hearing some chatter from the family about something happening with a series of NEA articles that I’d written for Big Hollywood and wanted to find out from

NEA SCANDAL: The Public Still Deserves Answers From the NEA

The Washington Times is reporting that Yosi Sergant is no longer Communications Director of the National Endowment for the Arts. I find this troubling on several fronts. First, it is always unfortunate when someone loses their job and I do

UPDATE: What the NEA Says Vs. Documented Facts

What does it mean when a government official evades the truth? On August 25th, I published an article discussing a conference call hosted by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), the White House Office of Public Engagement, and United

The National Endowment for the Art of Persuasion?

I recently wrote a critique of the art community’s lack of dissent in the face of many controversial decisions made by the current administration. Entitled “The Artist Formerly Known as Dissident,” one of the key points argued in the article