Emerging technologies have become essential components of arts marketing strategies. Is it important for arts leaders to have a theoretical background in media criticism to fully understand the implications of these technologies?
Elissa Perry interviews John Killacky of the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts about the parallels between art-making and leadership.
Blogging Fellow Elissa Perry shares a new, holistic approach to funding arts and social justice organizations.
In this month’s Social Velocity blog interview, we’re talking with Karina Mangu-Ward. Karina is the Director of Activating Innovation at EmcArts a … Continue reading
An interview with John Michael Schert, executive director and principle dancer for the Trey McIntyre Project, about their decision to settle down in Idaho.
Michael Dabroski, Co-Artistic Director of Burlington Ensemble, reached out to ArtsFwd last month to let us know about his success … Continue reading
A group of small arts organizations in rural Monadnock region of Southwest New Hampshire have come together to form Monadnock … Continue reading
Through digital media and interactive events, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) is experimenting with new practices that contextualize … Continue reading
By harnessing art and the power of storytelling, Appalshop is creating daring accounts of people on the edge of society. … Continue reading
NPR is giving a face-lift to how jazz is being presented. We spoke with Anya Grundmann, Executive Producer of NPR … Continue reading
There is no perfect ticketing system out there for non-profits arts organizations. We spoke with Adam Huttler, Founder and Executive … Continue reading
NY Live Arts is out to prove the old adage “all ships rise” by merging the prowess of two major … Continue reading
Wesleyan University is experimenting with fusing art with science in the classroom, and precipitating change across the entire campus. We … Continue reading