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Crowdsourced corporate philanthropy died a year and a half ago, and no one seems to have noticed

Hey, remember Chase Community Giving? And Pepsi Refresh? And the American Express Members Project? The social-media-driven, crowd-powered giving initiatives promised to “redefine corporate philanthropy” and were frothily hailed as a “taste of things to come” just a short while ago. American Express had gotten the trend started back in 2007 with the Members Project, a […]

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Around the horn: Big Brother edition

ART AND THE GOVERNMENT A lot of people are talking about the news that Detroit’s emergency fiscal manager is exploring whether the city-owned art on display at the Detroit Institute of Arts (which I visited for the first time just a few weeks ago) can be considered an asset in the event of a municipal bankruptcy. […]

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Around the horn: Spring has Sprung Edition

(Assembled by Createquity Writing Fellow Tegan Kehoe) ART AND THE GOVERNMENT  At the end of April, the City of Philadelphia unveiled a free online tool called CultureBlocks for “research, planning, exploration and investment” in creative placemaking. Gary Steuer, the Chief Cultural Officer of the City of Philadelphia, gives an inside look at the tool, and […]

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New article at NewMusicBox.org

Yesterday, the good folks at NewMusicBox (the web magazine of the American Music Center) published a rather massive article of mine called “Composing a Life, Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Dollar.” It’s my plea to composers and the new music community (which is the world I come from) to get […]

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Want to work with me this summer or fall?

My employer, Fractured Atlas, is hiring cultural and technology research interns. We’re looking for a few individuals with a background or interest in the arts who are prepared to merge for-profit business acumen with non-profit ideals.  These interns will work under the guidance of the senior staff to craft comprehensive business plans and software development functional specification […]

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The 5th Annual Yale School of Management Philanthropy Conference

This past Friday, I attended the 5th Annual Yale School of Management Philanthropy Conference. I have quite a bit of history with this young conference, having co-Chaired last year’s edition and put together a panel for 2007′s (part I, part II). My report on this one, “Harnessing Resources and Leveraging Strengths,” won’t be quite as […]

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Around the horn: late edition

The orgy of blogging going on at the Grantmakers in the Arts Conference Blog and the Americans for the Arts Emerging Leaders Salon prevented me this week from getting out Around the Horn on its usual Monday schedule (or Tuesday, or Wednesday). Late is better than never, however, and so here is the latest round-up […]

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Public Policy and the Arts: Syllabus and Summary

As regular readers are aware, I completed an independent study on public policy and the arts for my business school program in the second half of the spring semester. What you might not have realized is that four of my recent mega-posts on this blog were actually written as assignments for that class: Deconstructing Richard […]

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New Haven arts policy study

I’ve mentioned previously in this space that I was working on a policy memo for the Arts Council of Greater New Haven as part of my independent study this spring on public policy and the arts. Today, I turned in the final version. I won’t bore you with the details, but here are the highlights […]

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Around the horn: June swoon edition

I am a ramblin’ man lately: in NYC yesterday, spent last night in New Haven, Boston today, Providence at this moment, Willimantic, CT tomorrow, back in New Haven for a couple of days, NYC at the end of the week — and then it’s off to Seattle for the Americans for the Arts Annual Convention! […]

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