Rockport Leadership Retreat

August 28, 2023

Dennie Palmer Wolf and Tom Wolf just wrapped up the third annual four-day Rockport Leadership Retreat in Maine for first-time executive directors. Serving as faculty in conjunction with long-time >>

Recent Engagements

August 27, 2023

New Engagement with Imagination Stage WolfBrown is pleased to be working with Imagination Stage, an arts and culture nonprofit in Bethesda, Maryland which empowers young people “to discover their voice >>

In the News: Research on the Lullaby Project in Philadelphia

July 12, 2023

A recent concert by Carnegie Hall’s Lullaby Project was reported on in the Inquirer discusses our research in Philadelphia. We have been studying the impact of the Philadelphia >>

New Research: Music Education and Neurophysiological Regulation in Early Childhood

July 5, 2023

Music Education and Neurophysiological Regulation in Early Childhood: Should Teachers Guide or Get Out of the Way? How much guidance do young, at-risk children in early music programs >>

Job Opening: Senior Research Analyst in Arts and Culture for Cambridge Office of WolfBrown

June 26, 2023

(80%-100% time, fully-remote work possible; starting full-time annual salary: $80,000-$85,000)  WolfBrown, an international consulting firm working in the arts and cultural sectors, collaborates with industry leaders to build a >>

Welcome to Our New Staff Members at WolfBrown

June 15, 2023

WolfBrown continues to grow as the cultural sector evolves. We have shared our new brand, unveiled an all-new website, and we are announcing new research and consulting services. >>

New Engagement: Social Impact at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

July 11, 2023

From February 2023 – June 2023, WolfBrown will be working with the Social Impact team of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC >>

New Engagement: Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis

July 11, 2023

In March 2023, Kacie Willis and John Carnwath at WolfBrown won a competitive RFP process to assist the Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis with “Artists Count II” >>

Webinar: An Introduction to Planned Giving

May 2, 2023

Ever wonder whether your organization should have a planned giving program? Maybe you decided that the whole subject is so mysterious and complicated that you just weren’t going >>

New Engagement: Strategic Planning with Office for the Arts at Harvard

April 20, 2023

On April 18, 2023, the Steering Committee for the Office for the Arts at Harvard met to consider the final draft of a strategic plan. WolfBrown consultants, Dennie and Tom >>