Like social culture, organizational culture is pervasive. It’s also one of the most important factors in our ability to sustain innovation.
This is Corey Atkins’s second post about his experience in EmcArts’s Engaging the Future program in Cleveland.
Corey Atkins of the Cleveland Play House reflects in his experiences in the Engaging the Future Program, which inspires and supports innovative new strategies for engage younger and more diverse audiences in Cleveland.
“How do we build the audiences of tomorrow?” The Cleveland Foundation and EmcArts recently posed that enormously challenging question to … Continue reading
Founded in 1915, the Cleveland Play House was America’s first regional theater. In selecting a season, Associate Artistic Director Laura … Continue reading
The Cleveland Foundation has partnered with EmcArts through the Engaging the Future program to work with 12 Cleveland cultural institutions that range from the … Continue reading
EmcArts is proud to be working with The Cleveland Foundation on the Engaging The Future program. A 3-year program started … Continue reading