The journey of Teatro Publico de Cleveland (TPC) is about generosity, learning, trust and the desire to connect in spite of challenges. … Continue reading
Cleveland Public Theatre and members of the Latino community formed Teatro Publico de Cleveland, an amateur ensemble theater company that created space for meaningful dialogue and new, powerful performances.
In this podcast, John Shibley, Raymond Bobgan, and Blanca Salva discuss how artistic initiatives can attract, and retain, the participation of local cultural communities.
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.
By mobilizing community stakeholders, exploring and implementing innovative practices, DANCECleveland’s Dance Advance Team (DAT) works toward creating an affinity for dance.
Like social culture, organizational culture is pervasive. It’s also one of the most important factors in our ability to sustain innovation.
How do you utilize personal networks to engage younger and more culturally diverse audiences?
How using Belbin Team Roles Analysis helps The Cleveland Orchestra team members understand the roles they prefer to play.
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.
Above, listen to the story of the Cleveland Public Theatre’s new approaches to building the audiences of tomorrow. This is … Continue reading
Experience. It’s a multi-faceted word, and if the Engaging The Future organizations are any indication, it appears to be the focus of audience engagement efforts in Northeast Ohio’s arts and culture sector.
A trusted local business leader often reminds me of something worth repeating here: Cleveland’s future – and our region’s future – is certainly going to be different than its present.
“How do we build the audiences of tomorrow?” The Cleveland Foundation and EmcArts recently posed that enormously challenging question to … Continue reading