Management and the Arts 5e – May 2018 Update

Privacy | Corcoran Revisited | IRS Research Tool | Fundraising Trends |. . . I thought I would start out this month’s blog update by mentioning a hot topic – privacy. I want you to know that your email address associated with these blog postings will never be...

Management and the Arts 5e – April 2018 Update

Grants, Assumptions, and a No Hours Open Museum   Grant Funding in Action When it comes to discussing topics on fundraising in chapter 12, it’s helpful to be able to focus on how grants can make a difference in the arts. For example, the New World Symphony website...

Management and the Arts 5e – March 2018 Update

Funding Support. Inversion Thinking. Guarding Art. Re-thinking Facebook. This month I have four topics to share that can be useful to explore in your classes or simply to ponder as an arts manager. Funding Trends and the Arts The Winter 2018 issue of Grants Makers in...

Management and the Arts 5e – February 2018 Update

Berkshire Museum. Philanthropy Outlook. Austin Opera. Board Diversity. It is proving more difficult to select three or four topics for the Management and the Arts monthly update because there are so many great arts-related stories available. I thought pondering the...

Management and the Arts 5e – January 2018 Update

Culture Wars, Podcasting Broadway, Impact Assessment, Capital Gains. This month I thought you might be able to use these articles in your class discussions or for your own edification. I don’t know about you, but I find it hard to juggle all the arts and culture news...

Management and the Arts 5e – December 2017 Update

Tunnels, Diversity, and the Berkshires and Happy New Year! The Important, Urgent, and Tunnels I thought the article by Tim Cynova would make a nice addition to the topics covered in chapter 4, “The Adaptive Arts Organization.” How do we help create and sustain...