Monthly Archives: November 2012

While most non-profit arts organizations are active on at least one social networking site, few have fully adopted what non-profit social media expert Beth Kanter calls the “network mindset.” A network mindset engenders participation, openness, and collective action. It is … Continue reading

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I recently discovered Artsicle, an amazing new website that allows regular people with regular paychecks the opportunity to live with real live art from real live visual artists. How do they do it? Instead of buying, you can rent with … Continue reading

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Philadelphia’s Arts, Culture + Economic Prosperity report is an impressive document that, like so many other research efforts of its kind, attempts to make the case for the importance of the arts using economic indicators. Part of a national effort … Continue reading

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