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We’re Fixing Up the Place

Now that you’ve all helped us reach our Indiegogo campaign goal (thanks again!), it’s time to start putting that money to good work. We just returned from our staff retreat (more updates coming soon for those on the “Early Warning” list), and now we’re beginning the search for someone to help us redesign createquity.com. It’s […]

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Thank you!

All I can say is WOW. In the last 40+ hours of our campaign, more than $4,000 came in from 33 donors to put us over the top and then some. In the end, we blew past our goal, raising $11,430 (counting an employer match that was not included in the Indiegogo totals). Thank you […]

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Diane Ragsdale’s Wonderful Words and Nina Simon’s Participatory Museum

We’re feeling the love from two new arts luminaries today: Diane Ragsdale, provocateur and fellow blogger at Jumper, and Nina Simon, Executive Director at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History, have thrown their support behind our Indiegogo campaign. Diane offers some inspiring words of support in the video below, and Nina has given […]

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Createquity’s Cott Respect

We just received yet another wonderful endorsement from a man many of you probably hear from daily. Thomas Cott, industry expert and valued purveyor of arts knowledge through You’ve Cott Mail, has generously provided the below video to help support Createquity’s Indiegogo campaign. He joins Andrew Taylor in asking you to invest in Createquity’s exciting […]

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Andrew Taylor Thinks You Should Donate to Createquity

The Createquity team has been humbled by how many amazing arts thinkers and leaders use this site as a resource for their work. Now that we’re in the throes of our first-ever Indiegogo campaign, some of those folks have been generous enough to give us their thoughts on what makes Createquity special. Andrew Taylor, American […]

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Become Part of Createquity’s Future

Earlier this week, Ian announced some big changes to the Createquity site, including our first-ever fundraising campaign to help us transform our work. As an all-volunteer effort to date, Createquity has never asked for your financial support before, and now we’re hoping readers like you will donate to help us raise $10,000 – a big […]

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Three Additions to the Createquity Editorial Team: John Carnwath, Jackie Hasa, and Devon Smith

As announced yesterday, Createquity is blazing a new path and taking the summer off to make it happen. We’ve launched a fundraiser to help make the transition possible – please consider a donation! Now we get to the second major announcement of the week: the Createquity editorial team just doubled in size! I am thrilled […]

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From Inquiry to Action: It’s Time to Take Createquity to the Next Level

TOO LONG; DIDN’T READ? Createquity is relaunching in the fall with a whole new editorial agenda, an expanded team, and a new website! We’re building upon everything we’ve learned over the past seven years to tackle the hard questions that matter and make principled, evidence-backed recommendations for the field that we can confidently stand behind. […]

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Congratulations to Alicia Akins

For the past several months, we’ve all had the pleasure of reading a number of posts by Alicia Akins, Createquity’s spring 2014 Fellow. She’s officially wrapped up her tenure as of last week, and as is our tradition, here we take a look back at the articles she contributed to the site: In Models and […]

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Createquity Office Hours is coming to California

Attention West Coast Createquity fans – we’re having our first-ever Createquity Office Hours in your time zone next month! As a reminder, Createquity Office Hours is an informal gathering in which we turn a bar into Arts Nerd Central. Come with your questions, ideas, requests for career advice, whatever — it’s a great way for […]

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