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Small arts groups are dying to be heard

'What I take from it is, 'Look, here are these big organizations. They're big. So they must be good,' ' Jurgen Weiss of Snappy Dance Theater (above) says of the Boston Foundation's idea that struggling arts groups find an exit strategy. "What I take from it is, 'Look, here are these big organizations. They're big. So they must be good,' " Jurgen Weiss of Snappy Dance Theater (above) says of the Boston Foundation's idea that struggling arts groups find an exit strategy. (Michele McDonald/Globe Staff)
By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / January 12, 2008

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Tomorrow night in an alternative gallery space in Cambridge, a self-proclaimed group of "artyrs" will drink Kool-Aid, eat chili, and participate in a "die in." (Full article: 940 words)

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