Leadership Development

A conversation with Dallas Black Dance Theatre founder, Ann Williams.

One Spirit, Many Voices

A conversation with Cleo Parker Robinson Dance founder, Cleo Parker Robinson.

Building a Future for Black Dance

A conversation with Philadanco! founder, Joan Myers Brown.

Necessity of Grit

International Association of Blacks in Dance board member, Debbie Blunden-Diggs, talks about her experience in…

Why we do it

And why you should too. When you’ve been around for as long as we have,…

The Young and the Restless: Taking the Right Career Path

As an emerging leader, the road to professional success seems long and confusing. We experience the daily tension of being where we are with where we want to be. Particularly in a recovering economy, more young leaders are in jobs where they feel over-qualified and underpaid. It can be frustrating, but are we really as far off as we feel?

Getting Unstuck: Developing Skills to Climb the Leadership Ladder

Many great thinkers in our field have discussed the complexity of talent development and succession…

Avoiding Brain Freeze: Wellness in the Workplace

Working in the arts can be extremely stressful. Coordinating exhibits, performances and openings takes much…

What does it mean to be a cultural leader?

The experience of being in a place for five days with an amazingly diverse and…

What is the role of an arts and culture leader in today’s society?

Watch the following video in which Mulenga Kapwepwe, Chairperson of the National Arts Council of…

Managing the Arts: Leadership and Decision Making under Dual Rationalities

The dual functions of guiding artistic or educational activities and an organization’s administration fosters structural complexity, competing sets of goals, multiple stakeholder claims and values in some tension with one another.

Leadership Without Easy Answers

Some of the greatest achievements in history have been brought about by people who were…

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