Increasingly, the curatorial role is focused on audience engagement and collaboration, rather than specialized knowledge.
How can brown bag lunches in your office help generate internal participation around big, public initiatives?
Stability within an organization provides a good safety net. But to create something bold and new, your team must commit to adaptability.
Overworked arts administrators tend to run on autopilot. How can disconnecting momentarily help us refresh our energy and refocus 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.
Crunching data sets is the norm in the tech industry. How can arts orgs use data analysis to make their employees happier and more effective?
This week, the Americans for the Arts ARTSblog explores the question, “What would make where you live a better place or bring it to the next level?”
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?
In order to sustain public value, arts organizations must strike a balance between being stable and adaptive.
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?
University academic departments tend to work in silos. How can the arts bridge new collaborations across disciplines and inspire educational change?
It’s easy to make assumptions about the limitations of new media platforms. But how can we turn our biases into benefits by addressing them head on?