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Silos, waiting to matter

The opening plenary of the Grantmakers in the Arts conference featured a fabulous performance by spoken word artist Marc Kelly Smith and the Speak’Easy Ensemble (Robbie Q. Telfer, Joel Chmara, Tim Stafford, Molly Meacham, and Dan Sullivan). Their task was … Continue reading

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Living the Pivot

Joi Ito’s luncheon keynote yesterday keeps spinning in my head. The CEO of Creative Commons has been involved in many technology startups as an entrepreneur and venture capitalist, and part of his talk explored how innovation and invention is changing … Continue reading

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Under-capitalized and oversupplied

There was some useful and difficult discussion today at the Grantmakers in the Arts conference. But two commonly commented assumptions are well worth a revisit. Continue reading

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What the heck is “capital”?

The Grantmakers in the Arts conference in Chicago is swirling around the question of capital and capitalization in the arts. So, we might as well define what exactly that is. Continue reading

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Gearing Up for Grantmakers

I’m thrilled to be an ‘official’ blogger for the Grantmakers in the Arts Conference, and particularly thrilled that there’s a special emphasis on the impact of capital investment and infrastructure… Continue reading

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Meet the bloggers: Andrew Taylor

Andrew Taylor is Director of the Bolz Center for Arts Administration, an MBA degree program and research center in the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Business. An author, lecturer, and researcher on a broad range of arts management issues, Andrew … Continue reading

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