Createquity readers, tomorrow is the final day in our Indiegogo funding campaign. Thanks to your generous contributions, as of this writing we have raised $7,385 from 93 funders toward our $10,000 goal. It’s been truly humbling to witness the number of people who care enough about high-quality information and analysis in the arts to contribute.Read More
Arts Policy Library: How Art Works
Beyond a research agenda for the NEA itself, How Art Works “proposes a way for the nation’s cultural researchers, arts practitioners, policy-makers, and the general public to view, analyze, and discuss the arts as a dynamic, complex system.”
Arts Policy Library: Cultural Engagement in California’s Inland Regions
A survey of rural and suburban populations exposes participation in a range of cultural activities.
Live from NPAC: Day 2
I’m writing this from the second general session of the National Performing Arts Convention, which features an address from Jim Collins, author of Good to Great. Collins is a former professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and has a book that came out a couple of years ago called Good to Great andRead More