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Public Art

How AirBnB could unlock additional funding for the arts

By Jeff Reichman / October 15, 2018

UPDATE July 1, 2019: The Houston Chronicle reports that the City of Houston and AirBnb have a new agreement to automatically collect occupancy taxes from AirBnb hosts. This post is a collaboration between Xin Tan, Lara Haase, and Jeff Reichman. On the surface, the hotel occupancy tax (HOT) is an unlikely hero in the battle…

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Houston Mini Murals – From Idea to Execution in Five Months

By Jeff Reichman / April 20, 2015

The Houston mural arts program is a work in progress. This is the story about how it got off the ground. Even though Elia and Noah are at the very beginning of their journey, I hope this blog is helpful to people in other cities who want to do the same thing. I first met…

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