Learn how different organizations respond to challenges in an environment of change. How can arts organizations adapt to change while still remaining true to their core missions?
What happens when the usual tools of problem solving aren’t enough to address your organization’s issues? These two groups found that truly complex challenges require a different kind of approach.
In order to invigorate their renewed vision of service and community partnerships, San Francisco Symphony developed Community of Music Makers, a platform of activities designed to support, encourage and sustain amateur music-making by adults in the Bay Area.
How can a youth orchestra break down ethnic, religious, and language barriers to create opportunities for meaningful cultural exchange?
The organization will develop a strategy to integrate anti-bias and empathy training into their existing music education.
A programming series that offers diverse participatory art-making experiences transforms an arts center.
Opera Philadelphia used venture capital modeling to fuel artistic innovation and create financial stability.
What happens when artists from multiple disciplines come together in an unprecedented fashion to bring art to the people?
The Community of Music Makers program takes patron and community engagement to a new level by inviting audiences to play and sing on their stage.
What seemed like a mismatched pairing with The Second City turned out to be Lyric Opera of Chicago’s surprise hit of the season with traditional and new audiences alike.
We will develop a package of support services for world music artists in the United States.
Two organizations come together, bringing fresh perspectives to music makers and audiences.
Announcing the four grantees for the EmcArts Innovation Lab for the Performing Arts, Round 8.
Faced with serious financial and audience development challenges, the fifth oldest opera company in the United States considers a radical re-envisioning of their business model. read it
Michael Dabroski, Co-Artistic Director of Burlington Ensemble, reached out to ArtsFwd last month to let us know about his success … Continue reading