Monthly Archives: November 2009

ARCHIVE OF THE NEA CULTURAL WORKFORCE FORUM IS ONLINE

The video archive of the NEA’s Cultural Workforce Forum, a day-long presentation of research by primarily East-coast academics, and short on front-line practitioners, is now available in its entirety. – Tommer Here’s the link to the archive

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STUDIO PROTECTOR: AN ARTIST'S GUIDE TO EMERGENCIES

Craft Emergency Relief Fund has published Studio Protector: An Artist’s Guide to Emergencies. The fun-to-use, indispensable wall guide and companion web site, www.studioprotector.org, is for artists who want to cover their A’s (their art, assets and archives, that is) in … Continue reading

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FOUNDATION CENTER PUBLISHES THE CELEBRITY FOUNDATION DIRECTORY

Through their private foundations, many notable individuals have made significant contributions to help underserved populations and provide support for medical research, green technology, and countless other causes they care about. This new directory, in downloadable PDF format, includes detailed descriptions … Continue reading

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L.I.N.C. SURVEY ON ARTISTS IN THE RECESSION

A major new survey of American artists and how they are weathering the economic downturn has found that slightly more than half experienced a drop in income from 2008 to 2009, a blow to an already struggling group, two thirds … Continue reading

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ARLENE GOLDBARD ON ARTISTS AND CULTURAL RECOVERY

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NEW RESEARCH ON NEUROEDUCATION AND THE ARTS AVAILABLE FROM THE DANA FOUNDATION

Neuroeducation: Learning, Arts, and the Brain, the culmination of a summit sponsored by The Johns Hopkins University School of Education’s Neuro-Education Initiative, focuses on the convergence of neuroscientific research and teaching and learning, with an emphasis on the arts. This … Continue reading

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NEA CULTURAL WORKFORCE WEBCAST, FRIDAY 11-20-09

On Friday, November 20, 2009, the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) will present a live webcast on www.arts.gov of a forum about America’s artists and other cultural workers who are part of this country’s real economy. Academics, foundation professionals, … Continue reading

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DATA VISUALIZATION FOR PHILANTHROPY

Lucy Bernholz offers some insight into new online tools for data in this post on PHILANTHROPY 2173. Read More Posted using ShareThis

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ANDREW TAYLOR ON "RENT, BUY, BUILD…"

A short post on the Artful Manager that addresses some big questions… When a for-profit enterprise wants to build its capacity to do something (manufacture a product, launch a new service, provide a new option for their clients, or the … Continue reading

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JOHN KILLACKY AND TRISHA BROWN ON COLLABORATION

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