Assignment: In his essay “The Industrial Evolution of the Arts: Chicago’s Auditorium Building (1889–) as Cultural Machine,” Mark Clague argues that the interrelationship between financial, social, and artist components of an institution is key to understanding how music functions in the culture of the United States. Choose one of the music venues that you have encountered thus far (either during Immersion Week or on your own) and explain how it compares to the Auditorium Theatre with respect to its financial, social, and artistic functions. How is your venue similar? More importantly, how is it different? How does your venue’s unique relationship between these three functions affect our understanding of it as a music scene? You should draw on (and properly cite!) at least of one of the readings by Clague, Finnegan, Vaillant, Ratliff, or Bennett and Peterson
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