The George Cedric Metcalf Charitable Foundation and EmcArts proudly announce the launch of Staging Change, a multi-year strategic investment program geared to strengthen … Continue reading
EmcArts, alongside the Foundation for the Carolinas, proudly announces the launch of New Pathways for Arts & Culture | … Continue reading
Here at EmcArts, we pride ourselves on the work that we do to build adaptive capacity and make innovation possible! We know that … Continue reading
EmcArts is pleased to share our newest article, which has just been published in the GIA Reader, Vol 28. No … Continue reading
In the last 10 months, we’ve spent many hours on planes from New York to Houston, walking the streets of … Continue reading
To our ArtsFwd readers: I am delighted to present to you Somewhere Becoming Rain: Adaptive Change is the Future of … Continue reading
EmcArts is proud to present our next series of public webinars: How do we lead, now? A four-part webinar series on … Continue reading
Change is always in the air, it seems, and I’m especially thankful for the change toward blooming flowers now beginning … Continue reading
Alberta Theatre Projects, Downstage, and Swallow-a-Bicycle Theatre have been selected to move forward into Incubating Innovation, a program that supports organizations in designing and prototyping new strategies for increased public impact and value.
The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra & Francis Winspear Centre for Music, Northern Alberta International Children’s Festival, and Theatre Alberta have been selected from New Pathways | Edmonton to continue into Incubating Innovation.
EmcArts is pleased to announce an open call for letters of inquiry for Community Innovation Labs. We will be launching Labs in two new communities across the U.S in 2016-2017. Read this post to learn more, and submit an inquiry by April 11th, 2016.
This spring, EmcArts will be back on the road with workshops and talks about innovation and adaptive change, creative placemaking, community development, systems change, and more. Check out this post to see which communities we’ll be visiting across the U.S.
EmcArts has selected 12 fellows of color from New York City for Cohort 2 of Arts Leaders as Cultural Innovators (ALACI).
EmcArts is pleased to announce that our Community Innovation Labs program has been selected to receive a grant of $1.5 million from the Kresge Foundation.
EmcArts is recruiting an experienced Process Facilitator who has deep experience in Community Development, Organizing and System Change processes. Applications due by March 21st, 2016.