We will extend our reach beyond the web into live space with events that model nonhierarchical conversations and seamlessly integrate with our online network.
We will provide the infrastructure to practitioners in the field to develop and implement entrepreneurial artistic and business practices that will enable sustainability.
We will design and implement pathways to leadership for and by young people.
We will develop a package of support services for world music artists in the United States.
We will create new, sustainable ways of earning revenue through social enterprise.
We will enlist individuals in our community as impassioned participants in our cause and joint owners in our work.
We will establish our physical, multipurpose space as an interface to engage the nonprofit and for-profit sectors in Silicon Valley.
We’re excited to release 12 new stories of innovation into our permanent collection.
Approached by other cities to replicate their Minneapolis-based programs, Springboard developed Seedlings, a community organizing model for establishing new locally-driven resource programs for artists.
A large multidisciplinary arts organization uses its knowledge and skills to develop a new program meant to train the business community by using the arts as a vehicle to stimulate leadership, creativity and innovation.
A municipally-owned center for the arts and humanities experiences a transformational shift in its organizational structure in order to overcome governance confusion and funding issues.
The ArtsFwd team is at Norwood Club today to cover Day 3 of the gathering. Live updates from the meeting will be below.
The ArtsFwd team is at Norwood Club today to cover Day 2 of the gathering. Live updates from the meeting will be below.