In order to invigorate their renewed vision of service and community partnerships, San Francisco Symphony developed Community of Music Makers, a platform of activities designed to support, encourage and sustain amateur music-making by adults in the Bay Area.
Berkeley Rep approaches change with a focus on grasping opportunity, ignoring criteria, and avoiding expectations for outcomes and deliverables.
What if you could re-invent a museum and create an organizational chart from scratch on a blank sheet of paper?
Two unlikely art heads are members of YBCA’s game-changing, all access art program YBCA:You. Hear how Lawrence Li, an accountant, came to identify as a street performer and how Henri Ducharme began using art to help his students make sense of numbers.
The Community of Music Makers program takes patron and community engagement to a new level by inviting audiences to play and sing on their stage.
Frustrated with the conventional “come, look, leave” experience of their visitors, YBCA set out to re-imagine the relationship as deeply immersive.
A traditional art gallery is transformed by a unique team that puts the visitor experience at the heart of an effort to create a 21st century museum.
This past April, three teams participating in the EmcArts Innovation Lab for Museums attended a 5-day Intensive Retreat. The retreat … Continue reading
Laurel Butler, Education Specialist at YBCA, recently guest posted on Nina Simon’s Museum 2.0 about what YBCA is learning from … Continue reading
Richard Evans discusses innovations that start small and find their way to the very heart of an organization with leaders from Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and the deYoung Museum.