We will steward a peer-to-peer digital currency that matches artists’ needs to the community’s available resources.
We will create a unique share-model that will scale up our internal ensemble practice to an organizational level.
We will enlist individuals in our community as impassioned participants in our cause and joint owners in our work.
It's tough to get everyone on the same page of a big initiative. A retreat can galvanize your team around a goal and prep your group to tell the same story.
Like social culture, organizational culture is pervasive. It’s also one of the most important factors in our ability to sustain innovation.
Many artists have administrative skills in addition to creative power. Why aren’t more arts organizations tapping those skills for their own teams?
Announcing the four grantees for the EmcArts Innovation Lab for the Performing Arts, Round 8.
The Group transformed its website into a blog of daily video shorts in their signature style to enable them to create artistic work in a new medium and engage audiences during their lengthy absences from New York.
We’re excited to release 12 new stories of innovation into our permanent collection.
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 provocative and socially committed theatre company focuses on alternative programming in order to achieve financial stability without compromising its strong mission.
A New York-based “theater of social investigation” combines artistic approach with social media to engage new audiences and develop artistic content.
One of the largest Shakespeare theaters in the country develops a shared online script management system to improve accuracy, efficiency and communication throughout the complex production process.