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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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Join us for a special event featuring the Createquity Arts Policy Library

Next Thursday, the Cultural Research Network will host a Virtual Study Group featuring Createquity’s Arts Policy Library. Part book club, part shop talk, these virtual study group sessions offer cultural researchers and the people who love them an opportunity to engage in discussion with fellow practitioners. Each session is devoted to a specific study, report, […]

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Please welcome the Spring 2014 Createquity Fellows

I’m excited to announce what has got to be the most unorthodox – not to mention international – slate of Createquity Fellows we’ve had yet. Between the two of them, Christy Fisher and Alicia Akins bring experience as programs director for an ethnology museum in Laos, extra on House of Cards, assistant to MIT electrical engineering […]

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Fall Fellowship: A Recap

Congratulations to Lindsey Cosgrove and Jena Lee, the last-ever Createquity Writing Fellows (the program will be known as simply the Createquity Fellowship starting this spring). Jena and Lindsey were much more integrated into the daily operations of the site than previous Fellows and are the first group to have participated in every Around the Horn […]

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Createquity in Quotes: 2013

The arts, including painting, sculpture, installation, dance and music, are in part about creating a sensory experience—something for the audience to see, feel or hear. And perhaps more than any other discipline, food has the ability to appeal to all of our senses—a combination of colors, textures, crunches, smells and tastes goes into the making […]

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Reminder: Createquity Fellowship applications are due this Friday!

Applications for the Createquity Fellowship, formerly known as the Createquity Writing Fellowship, are closing this Friday, December 20 at 5pm EST. Get your statement of interest in while you still can! All it takes is 250 words to get started. We’re looking forward to reading what you’ve got to say! Tweet

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Applications are open for the Spring 2014 Createquity Fellowship!

Are you interested in joining the national conversation on arts policy? Looking for a free, structured setting to hone your writing chops while sharing your ideas with a large and highly engaged audience? Want to spend a few months working alongside the Createquity editorial team while positioning yourself for fabulous professional opportunities? The Createquity Fellowship, […]

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Createquity Office Hours in NYC: November 22

Get ready: Createquity Office Hours is coming back home to NYC! A full contingent of Createquity family members past and present will be in attendance, including past Writing Fellows Katherine Gressel, Jennifer Kessler, and Jacquelyn Strycker, current Writing Fellow Lindsey Cosgrove (we’ll be meeting her for the first time!), editorial consultant and newly-minted foundation executive Daniel Reid, […]

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Createquity is 6!

Today is the sixth anniversary of Createquity’s first post in 2007. To celebrate, here’s a selection of favorite posts from our back catalogue: Year 1: Got Milk? (June 21, 2008) Year 2: Lessons I Learned in Business School (Or, My Humble Attempt to Save You $150k) (June 3, 2009) Year 3: Economists Don’t Care About Poor […]

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Video-blogging from GIA: Day 3

Our third and final Grantmakers in the Arts conference video blog is our meatiest yet, covering curation as a moral imperative, rethinking the grant panel, expanding outside of our arts silos, and the nature of radical change. Oh, and there is some gratuitous giggling at the end. We’ve had a great time in Philadelphia this […]

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