By “going lean,” nonprofits use an cyclical, feedback-focused development process to use limited resources more effectively.
Participate in the discussion about Animating Neighborhoods during the National Innovation Summit for Arts & Culture.
Two organizations come together, bringing fresh perspectives to music makers and audiences.
How can three creative for-profit entrepreneurs’ ideas can be applied to a non-profit arts environment?
The event brought together staff members of arts nonprofits, students and policy makers to talk about what drives innovative change in the arts.
Recent news that the Getty Museum plans to cut 34 jobs, with 19 of them in its education department, led … Continue reading
In each art and cultural nonprofit I have worked for, whether a museum, film, artist services or art education organization, … Continue reading
For those looking for innovative models for arts organizations beyond a traditional nonprofit B-Corps could offer an interesting alternative. Now … Continue reading
This December, I graduated with my Master’s in Public Administration from Baruch College’s School of Public Affairs. During the graduation … Continue reading
In October 2011, the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy released Fusing Art, Culture and Social Change, a report by Holly … Continue reading
A group of small arts organizations in rural Monadnock region of Southwest New Hampshire have come together to form Monadnock … Continue reading
In 2006 the Indianapolis Museum of Art devised an innovative solution to a common technology problem that many museums face. … Continue reading
As a museum educator I have been in many meetings about how to make museums accessible and welcoming to teenagers. … Continue reading
This August when I was driving through Eastern Oregon I was struck by the beauty and intensity of the landscape. … Continue reading