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ArtsUSA.org Blog

ArtsUSA.org Blog

Building a Pipeline to the Arts, World Cup Style In light of our upcoming webinar on July 23 at 3pm on sports and arts partnerships, the World Cup final this weekend, and our upcoming blog salon next week on unique arts/business partnerships – we reached out to Nina Simon and asked if we could repost […]

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ArtsUSA.org Blog

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Creating Dangerously: My Week at VONA On June 22nd I visited Berkeley to attend the Voices of Our Nation Arts (VONA) Writers’ Workshop. This workshop is a week-long conference for writers of color with workshops led by award-winning writers in a variety of genres, including fiction writer M. Evelina Galang, poet Patricia Smith, memorist Andrew X. […]

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What is the Future of Arts Journalism? Arts journalism is changing rapidly. Newspaper coverage has shifted, and the number of blogs and small magazines covering the arts has grown exponentially. While it’s uncertain what the structural changes in arts journalism will mean for the arts over the next twenty years, changes are happening and affecting […]

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Honored to Serve as a SAA Commissioner Over the past 10 years as a staff member of Americans for the Arts, I have had the opportunity to learn a great deal about how we as a nation support the arts and culture. I have the opportunity to work with hundreds of talented and innovative individuals […]

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My Experience at Annual Convention and Resulting To-Do List! “There’s nowhere to go but on!” – Feist Let this blog begin with my gratitude for the amazing experience I have had over these last few days. Receiving the Arthur Greenberg Memorial Scholarship Award is an event that has truly influenced my career, and will benefit […]

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Making the Arts Feel at Home in South Beach’s Betsy Hotel This interview with Adolfo Henriques by Laura Bruney and Etain Connor of the Arts & Business Council of Miami was originally published May 22, 2014 on their blog. With a façade that harkens back to the golden age of Ocean Drive yet refined for […]

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It Was TOO Short! The Nashville PAN Preconference has come and gone, sniff sniff, I miss seeing everyone already. I was thrilled to be able to speak to so many of you and to be with smart, hard working people in the field. The PAN preconference is such a great time to reconnect with old […]

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ArtsUSA.org Blog

Innovators, Interventions, and Instruction Nashville is not for the faint of heart, and neither is an AFTA conference. There were scheduled sessions that ran until midnight, where some of the panelists broke into song, and early bird specials—eight AM, lights, camera, action.  Nashville has nothing on AFTA, and AFTA has something for everyone.  More than […]

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Millennials: A Volunteer State of Mind? An AFTA colleague recently shared this interesting article claiming that social activism is the “new religion” of the millennial workforce and asked if I felt this was true in my experience building partnerships between arts and business. In full disclosure, I think I’m just outside the millennial generation, but […]

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Using my day job skills to be a better writer The following is an article originally posted on Minnesota Playlist, written by playwright Gemma Irish, in which she describes how her daily work in marketing at a Fortune 500 company has made her a better artist. Writers are notorious procrastinators. We would rather do the […]

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