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Barrier-Breaking GM Steve Asher Knows What’s Ridiculous

The Ridiculous could produce a show on their NEA grant alone. Not at TBTB.

First, They Cut Arts Funding: Lessons of Rural Kansas

Remember: rural arts entities in Kansas have value, too.

Community Arts Facilities: When Users Run the Show

In a community arts facility, it's risky to count on any one use or user over time.

Advocacy: How You Can Save Arts and Culture for America

Advocacy can be pay to play.

Stop the GOP …From Peeing on the Constitution

Americans can’t enjoy the arts if they’re broke, jobless, sick or dead.

How Driving Demand for Performing Arts is Doable

Two approaches to solving the supply-demand challenge.

56 State Arts Agencies Face the Death of the NEA

Is our arts advocacy strategy good enough?

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.

Two NYC Indie Theaters Discover Giving Assistant

Two nonprofit companies discover a new source of online fundraising.

A Literary Melting Pot Celebrates Five Years

The independent bookstore isn't dead. It has evolved.

Arts in a Down Economy: An Oklahoma Case Study

"There must be a better answer."

Nonprofit HeARTs Speak Uses Art to Save Homeless Animals

Founder Lisa Prince Fishler talks about improving the image of shelter animals.

For Nonprofits, Crowdfunding Is a Capital Idea

New ways of raising capital offer expanded opportunities for nonprofits.

Innovation in Arts Funding: Eight “Actual” Responses

Reflections on making theater without funding.

Dying with Dignity; or, Euthanasia for the Performing Arts

Arts leaders agree privately. But they won’t say it publicly.

Baumol’s Cost Disease Is Killing Me!

Make no mistake about it: time is short.

What If Theater Were a Baseball Game?

Imagine if theater adopted sports traditions, and theater audiences turned into rabid tribal fans.

Arts Funding: To Please, to Provoke or to Serve?

What if we only support art serving the political and economic goals of those in charge?

Stability and Fluidity in Independent Theater

Looking to Deleuze and Guattari to understand the goals of the LIT Fund.