A summary, history, and analysis of the influential NEA survey.
In April, the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra (SPCO) announced the launch of a Netflix-style membership model where you could “get all the SPCO you want for $5 a month.” Still relatively untested in the arts world, this pricing model allows subscribers to see an unlimited number of performances for a low monthly fee. Additional perksRead More
As a self-proclaimed enthusiast in audience engagement, I felt compelled to respond to Michael Kaiser’s Engaging Audiences article in the Huffington Post last month. Rather than debate point-by-point Kaiser’s position that audience engagement is possibly new window dressing for an old issue or that arts organizations are using this jargon to target selected audiences, I’dRead More
We’re all accustomed to choosing seats online when booking tickets for a concert or a flight. But what about choosing your seatmates? Airline KLM will launch a program later this year that will allow customers to choose their neighbors on flights. The social seating tool, called “Meet and Seat,” will use social media sites toRead More