Yerba Buena Center for the Arts distributed curatorial power among its fellow Bay Area arts organizations for the upcoming BAN7 exhibition.
What strategies might organizations and individuals embrace to genuinely shift their approach to addressing race, equity, and privilege?
This post is the first in a three-part Blogging Fellows series on equity, diversity, and inclusion. Read the full series.
This post is the second in a three-part Blogging Fellows series on equity, diversity, and inclusion. Read the full series.
This post is the third in a three-part Blogging Fellows series on equity, diversity, and inclusion. Read the full series.
At The New Movement in Austin and New Orleans, collaboration thrives, the audience-artist line is blurred, and community is built-in.
What if funders viewed experimentation as mandatory, and organizations were held accountable for being actively engaged in exploratory practices?
What strategies can nonprofit arts organizations implement in order to shift the ways we think about internships?
A community-based performance by ArtSpot Productions & Mondo Bizarro prioritized relationship-building to impact transformative social change.
How could a mash-up of Development and Education departments deepen engagement and erase “audience silos”?
The next generation of arts leaders will be responsible for challenging old models and accelerating the movement of adaptive change practices.
Kelvin Dinkins, Alison Konecki, and Francesca McKenzie join ArtsFwd as our newest cohort of Blogging Fellows.
ArtsFwd seeks a cohort of emerging leaders in the arts and culture field to contribute regular content and join a dedicated learning community.
The Public’s newest initiative radically rethinks a community-developed production and preps for a 200-person production in NYC this September.
Many arts districts are centers of economic development. But who benefits more from these cultural hubs — the arts community or local government?