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ArtsUSA.org Blog

ArtsUSA.org Blog

4 Reasons for Volunteering with Emerging Arts Leaders As a fellow emerging professional in the field of arts management, we may often think of ways to emerge or advance our careers.  I believe that we can do this by learning about current issues/trends, practicing/exploring new skill sets, networking with a purpose and gathering insights from […]

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ArtsUSA.org Blog

ArtsUSA.org Blog

A Dancers Life Made Immortal On the fourth Saturday in May, every year, I wake up early to begin a day that continues to ground me in the field of arts education. I arrive at Dance Place San Diego to set up for the Carrie Anne Fipps Memorial Scholarship. Typically, Carrie’s family and friends are […]

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ArtsUSA.org Blog

The Role of Selfies in the Artistic Digital Space I can’t lie to you all about this, nor can I really explain my reasons. Whenever the field gets into one of those spectacular debates about the place of selfies, or photography, or technology in artistic spaces I find myself gleefully watching it all unfold on […]

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Dashboard Co-op’s Outreach Strategy Audience is something we think about every moment. How are viewers engaging with our exhibitions? How are they responding to the organization’s methods of outreach? Are they even showing up in the first place? From very early on, Dash has had a large outpouring of community support. My partner and I […]

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ArtsUSA.org Blog

Love Local Arts: How businesses in the Napa Valley partner with the arts to blend wine and food, art and culture A private sector partnership with the arts is creative outsourcing. It is an understanding that human development is inspired by changing cultural practices. It is a realization of the responsibility to organize and produce […]

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The Art of Balance: Recapping the Crain’s New York Arts & Culture Breakfast Last Wednesday morning, New York City’s newly instated cultural commissioner, Tom Finkelpearl, greeted representatives from numerous local institutions for the Crain’s Arts & Culture Breakfast: A New Future for New York’s Culture Industry. Finkelpearl, formerly the executive director of the Queens Museum, […]

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ArtsUSA.org Blog

86+ Actions to Take and Growing: Carrying Our Collective Agenda Forward March 29, 2014, was the final day of the first-ever National Summit on Creative Youth Development in Boston—a national convening of more than 200 youth arts practitioners, funders, policymakers, and students designed to bring new energy and focus to creative youth development. On that […]

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ArtsUSA.org Blog

Get to know your assumptions, then throw them out the window. New sustainability models break through belief barriers about the business of arts education.  If teens must be employed during their high school career, why not employ them to make art? One organization pays students to participate as employees and upends assumptions about student participation. […]

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ArtsUSA.org Blog

MORE THAN A FEELING: What Our Creative Youth Programs Are Really About Inner-City Arts is now in its 25th year of offering high quality arts experiences to youth. Our programs include  professional development for teachers, schools and university programs, school day arts programming for K-8, and out of school programming for grades 6th grade and […]

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We Know What You Did Last Summer: Arts and Business Council of New York’s Multicultural Arts Management Internship Program This summer, eleven students descended upon New York City from all over the country with an arts administration gleam in their eyes. Different backgrounds, interests, schools, majors, and futures all converged at Con Edison’s headquarters in […]

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