EmcArts, alongside the Foundation for the Carolinas, proudly announces the launch of New Pathways for Arts & Culture | … Continue reading
In the last 10 months, we’ve spent many hours on planes from New York to Houston, walking the streets of … Continue reading
Alberta Theatre Projects, Downstage, and Swallow-a-Bicycle Theatre have been selected to move forward into Incubating Innovation, a program that supports organizations in designing and prototyping new strategies for increased public impact and value.
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.
Judy Lawrence is an EmcArts’ facilitation fellow in Calgary, AB for 2015. In this op-ed, she writes about International Avenue Arts and Culture Centre’s (IAACC) small experiments with radical intent, which resulted in a vibrant community forum for local engagement.
Alutiiq Museum, the Island Institute, Anchorage Concert Association, and Perseverance Theatre have been selected from New Pathways | Alaska to continue into Incubating Innovation, a program that provides innovation grants of $20,000 each to support organizations in exploring, testing and prototyping adaptive strategies for increased public impact and value.
New Pathways, a training and immersion program for non-profit organizations that want to learn more about innovative strategies for problem solving, is expanding into Canada.
EmcArts, Rasmuson Foundation, the Foraker Group, and Alaska State Council on the Arts have launched a new program for and with Alaska’s arts organizations.
We’re excited to share learning from New Pathways for Arts Development, a new program that engages 15 of New York’s arts development agencies.
We are pleased to announced that 38 organizations have been selected to participate in New Pathways for the Arts programs in Chicago and Cincinnati.
EmcArts now offers new programs geared for organizations interested in working on their own — rather than in a national or local cohort — to increase their adaptive capacity.
NYFA has identified two complex organizational challenges relating to the growth of its technology and professional development programs.
On Monday, Michael Kaiser wrote on The Huffington Post that he wanted to “scream” when he hears pundits and bloggers … Continue reading
A key provider in Connecticut’s arts education landscape overcomes its challenges and develops new paradigm for moving forward with innovative projects.
This post is the second in a series of four by Peter Bradley, Executive Director of the Island Institute in Sitka, Alaska, which is an organization participating in EmcArts’ New Pathways and Incubating Innovation Alaska program.