Management and the Arts 5e – January 2021

COVID legislation. New Funding Models. Happy New Year and thanks for subscribing to these updates. I found two postings that looked like they would be useful to fold into classes as the spring semester starts. First up are guides published by the National Council of...

Management and the Arts 5e – December 2020

Virtual Arts. Impact Assessment. Wealth Gap. Feedback on Virtual Arts The LA Times recently summarized feedback from a small sampling of people (75 self-reported responses) from around America about their experiences with watching performing arts events over the...

Management and the Arts 5e – November 2020

Artistic Directors. Values Worldwide. This month I would like to share three things I came across. The first two are about increasing opportunities for women to access leadership positions in arts organizations, and the third points you toward the always interesting...

Management and the Arts 5e – October 2020

Willing to Pay? Racial Equity Resources. This month I thought it might be helpful to focus on areas that are likely to be topics in classes and at work this fall: online pricing of programming and racial equity. A recent article posted to the ArtsProfessional website...

Management and the Arts 5e – September 2020

Update, Pledges to Change, No Refunds. Quick Update The relocation move this summer went well, and I am back at work on the sixth edition of Management and the Arts. However, the course of events in 2020 has necessitated going back and updating my revisions to the...

Management and the Arts 5e – June 2020

Virus Side Effects. Systemic Change. Looking Ahead. A Few Quick Observations One of the many side effects of the pandemic has been to push artists and arts organizations to explore alternative methods of connecting to audiences and communities. Of course, most of the...