A nationwide study indicates that peer networks and mission identity are key.
A US study find that foundation contributions decrease as organizations’ audiences and web viewerships grow.
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
Does organizational form matter? How does it affect the actions of decisions made by organizations?
The Italian government wants to make damn sure teens are culturally enriched.
Createquity and Fractured Atlas team members compare notes on how to improve the lives of working artists.
The story of how the nonprofit arts sector got started offers would-be changemakers some clues.
The following endnotes accompany our feature article, “Who Will Be the Next Arts Revolutionary?” published on March 7, 2016: Graphic: The Boom in U.S. Nonprofits / The U.S. Arts Nonprofit Growth Spurt Reliable longitudinal data on the size of the nonprofit arts sector is difficult to come by for this period. In his 1984Read More
John Kreidler’s article offers historical analysis and discussion of the nonprofit arts sectors as a dynamic system.
History of change in the arts ecosystem In December and early January we focused on reviewing resources uncovered in our initial literature search which provide a history of the larger nonprofit sector, as well as assembling data from multiple of these sources on the size of the nonprofit arts sector at different periods. WeRead More