The NAS team heads Sundance, Utah next week for our final convening of The Chief Executive Program, The Summit at Sundance. This event was created to allow program participants time to look for solutions to the issues most challenging to them as they strive to strengthen the cultural sector. Over the course of the convening, [...]
Theresa Remick manages and implements a range of strategic communications activities to increase awareness of NAS. She previously worked in marketing, communications and fundraising capacities for arts organizations of all sizes in New York City, Seattle and Washington, D.C. She also served as a Regrant Program panelist for the Brooklyn Arts Council. Ms. Remick earned an M.F.A. in Performing Arts Management from Brooklyn College and a B.M. in Applied Music from Eastman School of Music.
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We’re lucky to work in a field with a bounty of creative and interesting thinkers. In the cultural field, casual conversations can lead to some inspiring and innovative ideas, but these ideas can sometimes get lost in the bustle of our daily work. So often, cultural organizations find themselves stuck executing the same programs and [...]
National Arts Strategies will present Leading Innovation July 19-20 in Nashville, TN. Leading Innovation is a two-day seminar in which your team will work together to clearly define innovation and its role in your organization, to examine your environment for new approaches and to develop specific insights that can be used to integrate innovation into your [...]
Understanding our customers’ challenges and needs is critical to designing and delivering the best possible National Arts Strategies programs. We are conducting some research to better understand the current environment and the issues facing leaders in arts and culture organizations, and to collect some feedback about our current programs and pricing model. We are asking [...]
Last fall, we launched Field Notes as a medium to share ideas and lessons from our conversations with cultural leaders and innovative thinkers, and from our experience working in the sector. With the NAS Reading List, we also hope to share lessons from intriguing articles and publications we encounter. Seeing some alignment in these objectives and in the [...]
Many wonderful teams will be joining us for upcoming presentations of Strategy and Managing People. Teams hail from all over the United States and represent a broad mix of disciplines and budget sizes. Congratulations to the accepted teams—we look forward to working with you!
From October 12-17, 2013 the Salzburg Global Forum for Young Cultural Leaders will once again bring together fifty dynamic young cultural leaders from around the world in Salzburg, Austria for an intensive leadership development program. Following a successful first year, National Arts Strategies and Salzburg Global Seminar are pleased to invite young cultural leaders to apply [...]
“Culture eats strategy.” This sentiment is one commonly expressed at executive education programs and among business leaders to convey just how important culture can be to organizational success. Developing an organizational culture that supports your mission and drives your strategy is a task that goes beyond the human resources department. It is the responsibility of [...]
The International Society for the Performing Arts has honored National Arts Strategies President and CEO Russell Willis Taylor with their International Citation of Merit. The award was presented January 16 in New York in recognition of Mrs. Taylor’s work. Read more » The International Citation of Merit is presented to leaders in the field for [...]
Happy New Year! National Arts Strategies has lots in store for 2013, starting with our first Business of Arts and Culture seminar, Strategy. Strategy, presented March 7-9 in San Francisco, provides an opportunity for you to work with your leadership team under the guidance of leading management professors Violina Rindova and Rob Wiltbank.
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The complex issues involved in leading a cultural nonprofit today can challenge even the most skilled management team. Using our first-hand experience in the arts and working with faculty from leading business and graduate schools, we deliver executive-level programs that help you find new opportunities, manage your resources and lead your organization toward its mission.
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