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56 State Arts Agencies Face the Death of the NEA

Is our arts advocacy strategy good enough?

#ArtfulResistance: Crowdsourcing a Trump-Era Arts Platform

Because the response of our arts advocacy establishment has been tepid.

►Performing Arts and Politics: Trying to See the Future

Could the National Endowment for the Arts be defunded -- and affect performing arts?

New Arts Facility? Why Sometimes We Just Say No

It's hard to declare a new project or facility unfeasible.

Why Artists Should Sell Out

It's okay for artists to prioritize revenue. Really.

The Arts Now Have a New Purpose

The world is now rich in context for our work.

In Trump Times, Arts Volunteers Find a Brave New World

If we want arts to save our world, it will have to happen with much less government.

Memo to U.S. Artists: Key on German Activism

American artists must unite and constantly challenge tyranny.

Je Suis America

I concluded that art was a birthright, creativity a human right. Until President Trump.

Exit, Pursued by a Board: The Tragedy of Emma Rice

A row over lighting leaves one of London's most unique theaters with dimmed prospects.

What Australia Teaches Us About Effective Cultural Policy

We need a proactive national conversation about the role of culture in society.

Giving Assistant Gives “Conscious Capitalism” Good Karma

Easy philanthropy, amazing savings, conscious capitalism: Giving Assistant.

The Jewish Museum is Just Giving It Away!

"Take Me (I'm Yours)" is a show of artwork visitors can take home for free.

For Arts Nonprofits, What’s the Value of a Volunteer?

We need a new approach to volunteering in the arts based on the exchange of value.

Arts Marketing: Facebook Killed the Video Star

Social media is changing the rules. We have no choice but to play along.

Two NYC Indie Theaters Discover Giving Assistant

Two nonprofit companies discover a new source of online fundraising.

The President of the United Arts of America

The choice: not as clear as you think.

Ruby Lerner Is More Than Ready for Retirement

Creative Capital's innovative founding director talks about planning "Ruby 3.0."

From Arts Leaders to POTUS: The Importance of the Macro View

Balancing micro and macro issues of change is hard. Denying it invites catastrophe.

Arts Groups: “Reflecting” Diversity Reinscribes Oppression

What if we found ways for our organizations to be more accountable?