In this Op-Ed, Jamie Gamble introduces the field of developmental evaluation, which combines creative and critical thinking in order to evaluate innovative programs and prototypes in uncertain and dynamic conditions.
EmcArts is seeking an Executive Assistant/Business Development Associate for our New York office. Read more about the job description here. Application deadline is May 23rd, 2016.
EmcArts seeks a Research & Developmental Evaluation Manager to support our newly launched Community Innovation Lab (CIL) program. Application deadline is May 10th, 2016.
The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra & Francis Winspear Centre for Music, Northern Alberta International Children’s Festival, and Theatre Alberta have been selected from New Pathways | Edmonton to continue into Incubating Innovation.
In this post, Claudio Dicochea describes NALAC’s prototypes in our Innovation Labs for Arts Development Agencies, which involved the activation of two regionally-allied “NALAC Pods.”
As she finishes up her Communications and Media Fellowship with us, Anushya Badrinath writes about her experiences and learning at EmcArts and ArtsFwd, and the work she will be now be doing in India.
EmcArts is pleased to announce an open call for letters of inquiry for Community Innovation Labs. We will be launching Labs in two new communities across the U.S in 2016-2017. Read this post to learn more, and submit an inquiry by April 11th, 2016.
This is the last of a series of three Working Open posts about Center Stage’s learning journey through EmcArts’ Innovation Lab for Performing Arts Organizations.
This is Part 3 of a series of three posts by Working Open Fellow, Sherrine Azab. This post reflects on learning and changes spurred by the three experiments NET conducted through the Innovation Lab for Arts Development Agencies.
This spring, EmcArts will be back on the road with workshops and talks about innovation and adaptive change, creative placemaking, community development, systems change, and more. Check out this post to see which communities we’ll be visiting across the U.S.
EmcArts has selected 12 fellows of color from New York City for Cohort 2 of Arts Leaders as Cultural Innovators (ALACI).
EmcArts is pleased to announce that our Community Innovation Labs program has been selected to receive a grant of $1.5 million from the Kresge Foundation.
Dilan Alvarado and Jose Navarro-Robles at AS220 Youth in Providence produced this photo essay documenting the second Providence workshop, Looking for Leverage.
In the Community Innovation Lab pilot sites of Winston-Salem, NC and Providence, RI, we commissioned local photographers to produce original art in the form of photo essays. This photo essay by Dilan Alvarado and Jose Navarro-Robles from AS220 Youth in Providence documents the first Providence workshop on Seeing Local Systems.
In the Community Innovation Lab pilot sites of Winston-Salem, NC and Providence, RI, we commissioned local photographers to produce original art in the form of photo essays. This second photo essay by Christine Rucker from Winston-Salem documents “Looking for Leverage,” the second Lab workshop.