This post is the third in a three-part Blogging Fellows series on equity, diversity, and inclusion. Read the full series.
A programming series that offers diverse participatory art-making experiences transforms an arts center.
Hoping to expand the ways in which audiences connect to the organization outside the performance experience, GroundWorks embarked on two experiments.
A dedicated group of ambassadors engage their personal networks to bring in new audiences and promote learning about dance.
In this podcast, Richard Evans, Caron Atlas, and Frances Lucerna explore how to strengthen communities through cultural initiatives.
In this podcast, Richard Evans, Jean Davidson, and Marlène Ramírez-Cancio share stories about artist residencies that are highly rewarding for the artist, the presenter, and the public.
At The New Movement in Austin and New Orleans, collaboration thrives, the audience-artist line is blurred, and community is built-in.
What if funders viewed experimentation as mandatory, and organizations were held accountable for being actively engaged in exploratory practices?
The Denver Center Theatre Company’s prototyping test kitchen reflects on Season 2 and prepares to apply their learning to a mainstage production.
Did you miss the livestream? Replay all 27 Talks from the National Innovation Summit for Arts & Culture.
Welcoming three grantees to EmcArts’s new pilot Lab: Alternate ROOTS, Dance/USA, and Theatre Communications Group.
Shakespeare Festival St. Louis gave the entire canon to its residents with only one rule: make the play happen any way you see fit.
Opera Philadelphia used venture capital modeling to fuel artistic innovation and create financial stability.
Berkeley Rep approaches change with a focus on grasping opportunity, ignoring criteria, and avoiding expectations for outcomes and deliverables.
What happens when you inhabit “the best new building since the Cold War” and it isn’t working at its highest capacity?