Monthly Archives: September 2014

As the summer schedule of arts conferences draws to a close, I am left with many great memories and some lingering concerns. The National Endowment for the Arts, in partnership with the UK’s Arts & Humanities Research Council, convened an … Continue reading

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Circus arts have been in the public eye for decades. Most people have seen a traditional touring circus (such as Ringling Brothers Circus) or Chinese acrobats in a theater. But did you know that circus arts have evolved and are … Continue reading

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In our work for the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation’sĀ Building Demand for the ArtsĀ program, Alan and I have been trying to gain a better understanding of what it means to build demand and what strategies are effective in doing so. In … Continue reading

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