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Ruby Lerner Is More Than Ready for Retirement

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

CFR Election Roundtable: What Do You Still Want to Know?

Is it in Donald Trump's best interest to lose? In this podcast, our writers weigh in.

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?

5 Self-Care Tips for Parent-Artists in Summertime

Share your ideas, best practices and small victories.

I’ll See Your Brexit and Raise You a Trump

If Trump follows Leave, what of artists and social responsibility?

How to Build a Better Board

Up to 16 arts groups are needed. Anyone interested?

Arts Participation: It’s the Experience, Stupid.

We must engage with cohorts on their own terms.

Money, Love, Sex and Power: Playwright Gina Gionfriddo

The two-time Pulitzer nominee talks gender politics, House of Cards and her latest play.

Solving the Challenge of Gender Equity in the Arts

The next iteration of the Marbury Project needs your help.

Why Boards Go Bad

Just some of the many ways they can go astray.

Everybody Use This Crazy Easy Service for Arts Funding

Giving Assistant is ready to convert all your online shopping into arts donations.

If Equity Is Not Equality, What Is It?

We haven't defined "equity," so we don't know what it looks like.

Arts Education: There’s Something Happening Here

Arts education, more important than ever, is making a rebound.

Risk Management and the Performing Arts?

The single largest challenge: building better boards, not managing risk. Right?

Catherine Curtin on the Fight for Justice and Human Dignity

The OitNB star discusses military crimes, mass incarceration and strong roles for women.

New Thoughts on an Old Nonprofit Topic: Strategic Planning

Strategic planning answers a specific question.

What’s Jane Chu Doing at a Place Like the NEA?

Insights on the current state of affairs in the arts.

Long-Term Nonprofit Planning? As Easy as Driving

Balancing long and short term priorities is as easy as driving and prevents accidents.

On What Theater Has Become

Why have we allowed the power of theater to dwindle?