In an unusual scrambling of institutional power dynamics, Ms. Schlenzka has taken a step back from her curatorial position, while a cohort of artists — loosely guided by the choreographer Sarah Michelson — has assumed a collaborative leadership role. The yearlong project, “02020,” seeks to reimagine what Performance Space might be; a refusal of the status quo, it puts the vision of artists at the center of an organization that professes to care deeply about art and the people who make it.
While only 12% of the people in the world could read and write in 1820, today the share has reversed: only 14% of the world population, in 2016, remained illiterate. Over the last 65 years the global literacy rate increased by 4% every 5 years – from 42% in 1960 to 86% in 2015.Sep 20, 2018
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that computer and information-technology jobs will grow to roughly five million in 2028, up from 4.5 million in 2018. Those future jobs will represent only about 3% of the roughly 171 million workers the U.S. economy is expected to employ in 2028. Far larger growth, again according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, is expected in health care and social assistance. Employment in the sector is expected to increase by nearly four million jobs to more than 23 million by 2026