Close

Taylor Craig

Taylor supports program design and the implementation of the participant experience for NAS. She leads the design, implementation and analysis of program evaluation and is the manager of the NAS internship program. In addition, Taylor manages our social media and web presence, coordinates marketing and communications of all NAS programs and is managing editor of Field Notes.

4 Questions to Ask Yourself When Considering a Continuing Education Program

Should I go to graduate school? Is there an online program I can do while…

Welcome.

We went together. For moral support. We knew nothing about suits. A gorges? What’s that.…

Setting Intention

Each morning during the Creative Community House, a cornerstone component to the Creative Community Fellows program, we…

Leftovers? Again?

Needless to say, when she walked in the door not a mere five minutes later,…

Cooking, peaches and tasting the arts

    I am a product of the slow food movement. Kind of. Maybe Diane…

What is the place of cultural institutions within their communities?

NAS produces publications, videos and other management tools to inspire those working in the field…

The Earthquake is Coming. How Do We Withstand it?

Crisis is everywhere. We are surrounded by it. It’s in the news headlines, in the…

Failure or Success: What are we more afraid of? A Leading Innovation in Arts & Culture Conversation

We’ve just wrapped our first Massively Open Online Course (MOOC) Leading Innovation in Arts and…

The Myth of the Lone Genius: A Leading Innovation in Arts and Culture Conversation

We’ve just wrapped our first Massively Open Online Course (MOOC) Leading Innovation in Arts and…

The Leader and The Manager: A Leading Innovation in Arts & Culture Conversation

We’ve just wrapped our first Massively Open Online Course (MOOC) Leading Innovation in Arts and…

What is Creative Placemaking?

This whole conversation began as a means to talk about creative placemaking. What is it?…

Placemaking: It’s About Addressing the Disconnect

This week continues our conversation on creative placemaking where we asked our Creative Community Fellows…

  • Page 1 of 2
  • 1
  • 2