A video case study on Irrigate the Arts featuring Laura Zabel, the Executive Director of Springboard for the Arts in St. Paul, Minnesota.
The drivers for organizations extending their programming online vary: some pursue new audiences for whom…
How does a museum whose model is still about long-term planning and execution of big exhibitions take a page from the tech sector?
Oregon Public Broadcasting has chosen to compete in a different way. This shift has changed the way they make decisions, allocate resources, invest in staff and even in the physical space they inhabit.
Frederick Douglas once said “It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken…
The mission of the Boston Children’s Chorus informs its programming, logistics and operations. They are very aware of the way race and culture not only affect Boston, but the greater community. Their vision ensures that the mission is reflected in every aspect of the organization.
Terence McFarland, LA Stage Alliance’s former 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.”
Talking to Terrence McFarland about the Arts Census: a way to collect, analyze and access quality data no matter what size our budgets.
Video case story of Intersection for the Arts’ embrace of risk; an in-depth look at some of the challenges, lessons and triumphs of managing change
How the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History’s financial crisis enabled them to take risks and explore a new model that would help them garner support and build relationships
After years of incremental efforts to reduce energy use and be more sustainable, the Denver Zoo decided to take a more strategic approach.
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