Too often, arts advocates speak of the arts as if all that humans create is virtuous; the events of this past month offer a sobering reminder to the contrary.
A US study find that foundation contributions decrease as organizations’ audiences and web viewerships grow.
The future is here with advancements in video, AI, and augmented reality that could change life as we know it.
Mirae Kim’s research explores what characteristics separate nonprofits that work to benefit their community from the ones that chase revenue.
Arts degrees don’t seem to have much impact on income from the arts. But do they affect how long people stay in the field?
Title: Characteristics of Civically Engaged Nonprofit Arts Organizations: The Results of a National Survey Author(s): Mirae Kim Publisher: Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly Year: 2016 URL: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0899764016646473 Topics: Non-profit management, arts organizations, civic engagement, arts management Methods: Survey, Structured interviews, correlation analysis What it says: The study uses data from a U.S. survey, structured interviewsRead More
A new, free resource for integrating Createquity into the college and university classroom.
A Danish study probes the connection between formal education and artistic longevity.
Meet our editorial team in Boston next month for a morning of learning and conversation about the arts ecosystem.
How much of students’ critical thinking is impacted by a museum field trip – and how much stems from the arts-based nature of the experience?