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National Arts Marketing Project Kicks Off Second Pennsylvania Cohort

Americans for the Arts, the leading organization for advancing the arts and arts education in America, is pleased to announce the second cohort of the Arts Marketing and Audience Engagement in the 21st Century: Building the Capacity of Pennsylvania’s Cultural Sector, a new, five-year

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Win More Grants: Integrating Evaluation with Stories

Do you want to wow your donors and secure more funding? Arts programs that consistently attract more funding intentionally combine evaluation results with stories to inspire action. Like consumers, donors make funding decisions based on emotion, and then they rationalize their decisions with logic.

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Music Therapy and Military Populations: A Status Report and Recommendations on Music Therapy Treatment, Programs, Research, and Practice Policy

The American Music Therapy Association presented this 2014 briefing paper focused on music therapy programs provided to military personnel, their families, service members in transition, and Veterans on military installations, in military treatment facilities, in VA healthcare facilities, and in communities.  It includes four sections: Background, Model Programs, Research, Recommendations & Conclusions.

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True Influence Isn’t About Follower Counts

On this episode of Marketing Smarts, Adobe's Mark Boothe (Head of Social Media, Adobe Experience Cloud) and Joe Martin (Head of Social Insights) focus on the topic of influencers. Hear how they know an influencer is a good match for the brand, how they measure the success of their influencer

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How I Grew My Twitter Following by 2,400 Percent

Having trouble gaining Twitter followers? See how Sam Kern from Influence & Co grew his following by 2,400% and take a look at these easy fixes for you to have follower success!

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NAMP Ignite Talks: Drawing Lines

“Drawing Lines” in Austin, Texas was a community art project inspired by historical political changes happening within the city due to electoral redistricting. For this project, an artist or team of artists worked with each council district to co-create an art piece with residents; all

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Passion Project, Public Resource

In 2013, I was hemorrhaging money. I had just finished my Master’s in Arts Administration and, despite a solid work history for a 24-year-old, I was working full time for no money while paying to live in Washington, DC. So, I did what any anal-retentive college grad would do—I started

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10 Nonprofit Twitter Accounts Doing it Right

Struggling to figure out how a nonprofit can fit into the mainstream Twitter world? Check out these 10 nonprofits who are dominating this social platform, and get some inspiration for your organization's page.

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Artists, Arts Patrons, and Access to Capital

Memphis’s art scene is enriched by the complexities of cultural diversity. Historically and currently it has a rich economic mix of people of color (the majority of the Memphis population), rich density of Latinx individuals, an aging baby boomer population, and a growing pool of talented and

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Once In A Lifetime

Ryan Cummins is the co-founder of Omaze, an experience-based fundraising organization whose focus is to allow everyone the chance to win a once-in-a-lifetime experience with their favorite celebrity while (most importantly) supporting a great cause for as little as $10. Take a listen to this

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