I’m Ann Marie, and this was my blog about being unemployed, living and quasi-working in Brooklyn. Now I am employed, and I both live and work in Brooklyn! Hip hip hooray!

I am a performing arts producer and arts administrator by training and trade, having worked in theater and dance in Chicago and New York, as well as receiving as Masters degree in Arts Administration from Teachers College, Columbia University. In the past, I have worked in professional development services for individual artists, for small theater companies and a dance festival, and in publishing. I also currently produce a monthly storytelling series in SoHo, Real Characters, that is hosted by the amazing writer and performer Andy Ross.

I love a project, and I am a devoted jam-maker, pie-baker, needle-pointer, reader, knitter, amateur television critic, runner, Bikram yoga enthusiast (well, all yoga), and part-time misanthrope.

Some day soon, this will be a blog about working.

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