This post was originally part of a weeklong exploration of career paths on our ArtsJournal…
We’ve talked about lots of different elements that factor into a career path. We’ve shared words of wisdom, scholarly articles, tools and frameworks. But I think we’ve yet to talk about what is arguably the biggest factor in one’s career… luck
There’ve been many great responses to today’s posts and there are so many smart people…
The minimalist ratings of nonprofit organizations, using overhead and fundraising ratios, are deeply flawed. Are…
The arts aren’t under the microscope of evidence-based funding today, but this shift in the thinking around us is already starting to inform the thinking of the program officers and donors upon which we rely.
Patricia Mooradian, President of The Henry Ford, discusses the key elements necessary to build a great visitor experience — from resources and research to curriculum and web presence.
The piece reminds one that the construct of “the arts” marginalizes artistic and creative activity. It makes the end product the focus of attention, rather than the role artistic activity is playing in society, the process of creating and participating in art, and the affect on people engaged through the work.
A recent study from Johns Hopkins Center for Civil Society Studies on constraints on innovation in the NP sector (incl. arts specifically).
For those convinced they are adept multi-taskers, a slim line of defense against the prevailing wisdom that it can’t be done.
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