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Over the past several months I’ve been engaged in a strategic planning process with Dancers’ Group, a service organization for dance in the San Francisco Bay Area. Through a series of stakeholder consultations with dancers, choreographers, executive/artistic directors, and funders, … Continue reading

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In certain art forms, age is a sign of maturity and wisdom.  In the field I know best, classical music, I have had the pleasure of hearing memorable concerts by pianists in their 80s (Rudolf Serkin, Menahem Pressler) and their … Continue reading

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Dance has been on my mind a lot lately as important findings about dance seem to pop out of our research efforts on a regular basis. A study of Dallas public school children commissioned by Big Thought found broad interest … Continue reading

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