NAS Experience

Executive Program Q&A with Jenaveve Linabary

“I have more confidence in my leadership abilities and in my knowledge and understanding of…

Executive Program Q&A with Adam Grosswirth

“Fundraising and Finance felt the most immediately applicable, and were the main draw of the…

Executive Program Q&A with Brian Johnson

“Exposure to arts & culture disciplines outside your own can provide exceptional opportunities to build…

Executive Program Q&A: Emma Wall

A Q&A with Executive Program in Arts & Culture participant Emma Wall on her experience in the program.

What I Talk About When I Talk About Open (Education)

In late April, NAS attended the Open Education Global Conference 2015 in Banff, Canada. We…

On the Value of the Arts

Why do the arts matter at all?  For some, the special characteristic of the arts…

Sinéad Cusack, An Ode in Prose

In honor of Arts Advocacy Day, we at NAS are pulling back the curtain a bit…

Bringing People Together to Improve the Place They Love

Before coming to National Arts Strategies, my office was a shady spot under a mango…

Everything I Know about Why Art Matters I Learned from My 5-year-old

I have the privilege of working in a museum that prioritizes making meaningful connections between…

Why the Arts Matter

In honor of Arts Advocacy Day, we at NAS wanted to pull back the curtain…

The Under-resourced Nonprofit Sector – Crisis or Chimera?

What we do truly mean when we say that we are under-resourced?

Are You a Board Member or a Bored Member?

We frequently hear from executives about managing board relationships. In this post, Alorie Clark shares a board member’s perspective how to stay engaged.

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