A five-day intensive retreat allows for museum staff, board members, community members, and experts to accelerate innovation projects by getting away from daily stresses.
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.
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.
Innovation may be essential these days, but what does that mean in the not-for-profit sector?
This project update from Springboard for the Arts takes a recent look at one project that emerged from their prototyping phase in the 2011 Innovation Lab for the Performing Arts.
This past April, three teams participating in the EmcArts Innovation Lab for Museums attended a 5-day Intensive Retreat. The retreat … Continue reading
An 100-year old settlement house boldly integrates its social service delivery with artistic practices in order to produce deeper relationships with neighbors.
Welcome and Introduction Ronald B. Richard, President and CEO, Cleveland Foundation On November 2, 2011, representatives from the Cleveland arts … Continue reading
One of the country’s leading playwright centers explodes the power their residency program by inviting the playwrights to co-create their own experience.
Richard Evans was just in Seattle on November 3rd at the Washington State Arts Council‘s Arts Participation Leadership Initiative to … Continue reading
An underutilized theater, The Jones, becomes the testing ground for new nontraditional ways of using technology and engaging audiences for Denver’s largest professional theatre company.