• Creative Financial Approaches Support the Creative Economy
    Government budget deficits and budget limits of charitable foundations have made alternatives for financing arts projects more important. Five programs in Los Angeles this February showed that many other approaches to funding the arts can work well—and help arts organizations boost participation at the same time. Each program has taken a different approach to raising […]
  • Making Your LinkedIn Profile More Marketable
    In another of my “spring cleaning” posts (where I’ve collected a great resource, but haven’t had time to share it on ARTSblog yet) blogger Jeff Haden gives six steps toward making your LinkedIn profile more marketable. Unlike Klout, which I haven’t figured out what to do with so far, for me LinkedIn is more […]
  • Intangible Cultural Heritage: A Key Overlooked Concept
    This year, the world is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the founding of UNESCO. At that time, the U.S. adopted the UNESCO Convention for the “Safeguarding of World Cultural and Natural Heritage,” so that places like the Statue of Liberty, Independence Hall, and the Grand Canyon could be recognized globally as unique cultural heritage sites […]
  • Enrichment, Recollection, Fulfillment—What Else is Necessary in Life?
    I recently received my alma mater’s College of Visual and Performing Arts newsletter and was blown away by the enriching work of a former classmate. It is becoming common knowledge, thank goodness, that the arts are vital to the proper mental and physical development of our youth as well as the maintenance of a high […]

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