We will steward a peer-to-peer digital currency that matches artists’ needs to the community’s available resources.
We will create new, sustainable ways of earning revenue through social enterprise.
We will create a unique share-model that will scale up our internal ensemble practice to an organizational level.
We will create a new, physical delivery system to engage public media audiences in community dialogue.
We will enlist individuals in our community as impassioned participants in our cause and joint owners in our work.
We will develop a new revenue model that will engage a wider group of government and industry stakeholders and beneficiaries.
We will establish our physical, multipurpose space as an interface to engage the nonprofit and for-profit sectors in Silicon Valley.
Please note: As of May 9 at 11:59PM, the open call for submissions to the Challenge is closed. Stay tuned to ArtsFwd for updates — public voting launches on Wednesday, May 15 at 9:00AM!
Over the past several weeks, we’ve been looking for new ways to kick off dialogue around organizational innovation on our other platforms.
PAM’s project has won the popular vote in our “Business Unusual” story contest and will be featured in our Innovation Stories collection.
John McCann discusses the importance of acknowledging personal dignity when managing conflict.
Why is healthy conflict so important?
Go vote for the story you’d like to see featured on ArtsFwd!
Connecting donors to specific arts and cultural projects through their new on-line giving site, power2give.org.
A bold strategic decision to reframe their role as “community resource”.