At this year’s AFTA convention, I interviewed arts leaders to get a sense of the challenges they are facing in their organizations and local communities.
How can historic house museums flip the script when connecting with local communities — by working backwards and rejecting traditional practices?
I’ll be at the AFTA Convention in Nashville this week. Stay tuned for observations and reflections on the ArtsFwd blog and if you’re attending, let’s connect!
We dug into the ArtsFwd archives to revisit four posts from the past two years that focus on organizational culture.
We took a moment to dig into the ArtsFwd archives and revisit four posts from the past two years that focus on the artistic process.
We’ve heard from you! Here are some of the examples of what others are doing to practice adaptive leadership in their own work.
We’re revisiting five past posts from the blog that focus on leadership practices and processes.
Ruby Lerner of Creative Capital shares what adaptive leadership looks like in her own practice.
We’re excited to share learning from New Pathways for Arts Development, a new program that engages 15 of New York’s arts development agencies.
We invite you to share your feedback. What would you like to see from ArtsFwd in the coming year?
What strategies might organizations and individuals embrace to genuinely shift their approach to addressing race, equity, and privilege?
Kelvin Dinkins, Alison Konecki, and Francesca McKenzie join ArtsFwd as our newest cohort of Blogging Fellows.
The Innovation Lab grantees took some “island time” to develop shared strategies before moving ahead to the prototyping process.
ArtsFwd seeks a cohort of emerging leaders in the arts and culture field to contribute regular content and join a dedicated learning community.
For the next several months, we’ll check in with the Innovation Lab grantees about their progress throughout the program.