We’re excited to introduce Nayantara Sen, EmcArts’ new Communications Manager
We’re finally formally introducing Maura Cuffie, EmcArts’ Operations and Program Associate.
Emil Kang, Professor of Practice at University of North Carolina has joined our Board of Directors.
We’re excited to welcome Meera Chakravarthy to our team as our new Summer Intern.
We’re excited to welcome Wesley Days, Jr to our team as our new EmcArts Process Facilitator.
EmcArts is seeking a Communications Fellow for a paid, part-time, 6-month fellowship (September 2015-March 2016) to join our New York-based team. Candidates should have excellent writing and editing skills, proficiency in blogging and social media, and a passion for innovation in the arts, social justice and social sectors.
ALACI Cohort 1 gathered for their first national seminar in Providence, Rhode Island from June 1st-3rd, 2015. This three-day convening brought ALACI fellows, faculty, executive coaches and EmcArts’ staff together, and featured inspiring and educational presentations on adaptive leadership topics such as emotional intelligence, organizational systems, authentic leadership, and more.
EmcArts seeks a Communications Manager who will be charged with implementing a communications strategy about the practice of innovation and adaptive change in the arts field and beyond, with a special emphasis on EmcArts program participants and other partners.
EmcArts is looking for candidates who have experience leading diverse groups of stakeholders in extended team processes, as well as larger groups in training workshops and small-group coaching sessions.
Community Innovation Labs offer the opportunity for the cultural sector to play a vital role in community change, using artistic practices to build a shared vision, explore new possibilities, and advance adaptive solutions.
Arts Leaders as Cultural Innovators is a national leadership development program designed to support adaptive change in the national arts sector. We are recruiting candidates for our first cohort in three pilot cities.
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.
How can the arts and culture field learn from the values of the Open Web movement? We’re committing to a “working open” approach and sharing learning about innovation projects in real-time.
I’ll be one of 8 guests at WESTAF’s annual Dinner-vention! In this briefing paper, I share my perspective on how we should talk about broken models.
Participating organizations will design and prototype innovation initiatives and tackle field-wide challenges in the Innovation Labs for the Performing Arts and Arts Development Agencies.