Carlton Turner, executive director of Alternate ROOTS, talks about his approach to partnerships.
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Ken Neufel, president of Victoria Theatre Association, talks about his organization’s experience in cross-departmental collaboration.
Terence McFarland, LA Stage Alliance’s CEO, has united a broad community in the search for understanding of the region’s audiences through a project called Arts Census. He and his team have broadening their service to welcome all arts disciplines. They are living their mission “to empower artists and engage audiences.”
As in other nonprofit sectors, most energy and resource in our sector is focused on what the authors call “isolated impact” at the organizational level. Can the full value of arts and culture in society, to enhance lives and deepen democracy, be realized through this approach or do these complex possibilities need a different strategy? [...]
The Chief Executive Program is well underway with the first convening, The New Nature of Competition, taking place this fall at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. As leaders return home from three and a half packed days of presentations and activities, many are inspired to continue their discussions and begin developing ideas [...]
What does the convergence of consumer interests, markets and industries mean for cultural organizations?
Abhijit Sengupta, Artistic Director and CEO of Fontana Chamber Arts, wonders whether developing new audiences is becoming more of a question of urban development.
After an exhaustive search and interview process, National Arts Strategies is pleased to announce the executives who will be working together as participants in The Chief Executive Program. Beginning this fall, these cultural leaders will come together to expand their knowledge and begin to re-imagine how cultural institutions can contribute to civil society.
This is a time of great reinvention for cultural enterprise, as we examine the value we provide to audiences and how we can reshape institutions to do this better. In this keynote address delivered at the Bolz Center Collegium, NAS President and CEO, Russell Willis Taylor explores the unique leadership demands of cultural enterprise. Read [...]
Kenneth Fischer, President of the University Musical Society of the University of Michigan, talks about his organization’s experience working with its academic neighbor to create more engaging and meaningful performances.
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