Monthly Archives: June 2014

French economist Thomas Piketty’s book Capital in the Twenty-First Century has energized liberals, who share his thesis that income inequality is an inherent feature of capitalism that can be reversed only through government intervention, and caused a stir among conservatives, who naturally … Continue reading

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I am currently working with over 40 Bay Area arts organizations, helping to build capacity around collecting, synthesizing and applying audience feedback. As part of this research, these organizations are also collecting audience demographics using questions designed to parallel the U.S. … Continue reading

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Volunteers serve as the face and voice of many arts organizations and can play an important role in supplementing staff capacity. Over the past six months I’ve been learning more about what motivates people to volunteer and what it takes … Continue reading

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