The Rise of the Rural Creative Class

Artists and creatives in America have long sought out rural places to fuel their creativity, from the Hudson River School painters to Bob Dylan and The Band developing their music in Woodstock. But the arts in rural places are not just a byproduct of the scenery; they play a key role in spurring the innovation that ultimately leads to economic development and rising living standards. The myth that urban areas are creative and rural areas are not is just that: a myth.

Read the entire article at this link.

I left NY/NJ a long time ago for Dallas Texas.

I left Dallas Texas over 15 years ago for Oklahoma City.

I want to be more creative.

Guymon?

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