This visitor-generated project pushes the boundaries of the traditional role of the visitor and what is worthy of being exhibited in a gallery space.
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.
Discover how a multi-arts presenting organization on a major academic campus developed a new comprehensive approach to linking live and virtual spaces, engaging patrons and providing multiple entry points for the public.
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.
Frustrated with the conventional “come, look, leave” experience of their visitors, YBCA set out to re-imagine the relationship as deeply immersive.
A traditional art gallery is transformed by a unique team that puts the visitor experience at the heart of an effort to create a 21st century museum.
Willing to break down the barriers of class, culture and ethnicity, a Brooklyn-based dance company designs a teen program meant to give them a platform for achieving their personal best.
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 cutting-edged organization develops a robust interactive media platform to promote interaction among artists and audiences and involve artists more effectively in communicating about their work.
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.
A key provider in Connecticut’s arts education landscape overcomes its challenges and develops new paradigm for moving forward with innovative projects.
A producing organization develops a system of patronage through a combination of online and live events and drives patrons to engage with the artists’ creative processes.