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Where we are different, we are the same

Amelia Northrup As a writer for the Technology in the Arts blog, I am constantly thinking about which topics will appeal to which artistic disciplines, which specialty, which skill level… and on and on. But the more I have to think about the segmentation of the arts management audience, the more

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Arts participation and the bottom of the pyramid

Ian David Moss I have to admit it's a little strange to be part of this excellent blog team on the subject of arts marketing. I've never pretended to be any kind of expert on the practice of marketing; though I've done a lot of it, I've frankly shot blanks a lot more often than I've hit gold.

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Your level of use of technology by your patrons is totally OK

Ron Evans A year or so ago on another blog post I mentioned that there was a coming war, between the “traditionalists” or people (both patrons and arts producers) who want to produce and experience their art in a traditional style and the “new mediaists,” who want to bring out their cell

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Questions of Musical Engagement

Artsopolis.com has a somewhat unique charge in their local community that involves two very distinct groups of folks; Arts Organizations and Audiences. Collaboration and technology are key parts of our mission and we’re always looking for ways to creatively bring artists together with other

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What's Your Motivation?

David Dombrosky In a world where we are bombarded with thousands of marketing messages every day, our society has grown hyper-aware (and hyper-wary) of advertising in all its mutated forms – from magazine ads to product placement in television shows, from celebrities dropping brand names during

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The Four C's of the 21st Century

Harlan Brownlee This past week, I was fortunate to participate in a workshop given by the Kennedy Center which presented the work of the Partnership for 21st Century Skills (www.P21.org). A growing number of corporations and businesses around the country are becoming increasingly concerned that

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Join the Marketing Madness: First Ever Arts Marketing Blog Salon

Alison Schwartz The countdown has begun! We are only 6 weeks away from the 2010 National Arts Marketing Project (NAMP) Conference: New Tech. New Tools. New Times. What better way to kick off a meeting about marketing, technology, and the new economic reality than with an online discussion with you

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President Obama Marks National Arts and Humanities Month

On October 1, President Barack Obama released a proclamation declaring October 2010 National Arts & Humanities Month.  National Arts & Humanities Month was established in 1993 and is celebrated every October in the United States. It was initiated to encourage Americans to explore new

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The Creative Economy Has Our Attention. Now It Needs a United Voice. (from Arts Watch)

Stephanie Evans There has been a lot of talk about the creative economy coming out of Washington, DC, lately—from the NEA’s recent panel discussion last week on Creative Placemaking, to the Center for American Progress’ panel which discussed The Creative Economy:  How to Keep the Fuel of

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Happy Birthday, NEA!

Lyndon Johnson signs into law the act that created the NEA Today marks the 45th anniversary of the National Endowment for the Arts as on September 29, 1965, President Lyndon Johnson signed the law that created the cultural agency.    Here is a list of facts regarding the Endowment that they

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