Adam Fowler

research director at L.A.-based Beacon Economics, prepared the update on the creative economy for the Otis College of Art and Design; Amy Madrigali, talent booker for The Troubadour

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Here in California, creative industries — like fashion, theater, and film production — have lost more than 250,000 jobs since February, according to a report by Otis College of Art and…

Report: More than 250,000 creative jobs lost due to pandemic

Here in California, creative industries — like fashion, theater, and film production — have lost more than 250,000 jobs since February, according to a report by Otis College of Art and…

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