Artists Clobbered By COVID-19, With 2.7 Million Creative Job Losses In The United States, Study Finds

Outlet: Forbes

Forbes: Co-authors Richard Florida, a professor at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management and School of Cities, and Michael Seman, assistant professor of arts management at Colorado State University’s LEAP Institute for the Arts, weighed the impact of the global crisis on the creative economy, including people working in film, advertising, along with musicians, artists, performers, and designers.