New Research: COVID-19 Study

April 25, 2022

Monthly Executive Briefing with Alan Brown: “The Changing Cultural Diet” Alan’s April 25th briefing highlighted results from the week’s survey deployments to three national cohorts of theaters, orchestras, >>

New Engagement: Arts for Learning Maryland Receives $3.9 Million Grant from US Department of Education

March 23, 2022

Arts for Learning Maryland (formerly Young Audiences of Maryland) announced that it has been awarded a US Department of Education grant to demonstrate arts-integrated school programs that improve >>

Welcome to Our New Staff Members at WolfBrown

February 18, 2022

WolfBrown continues to evolve to meet the changing needs of the cultural sector. Over the coming months we’ll share our new brand, unveil an all-new website, announce new >>

New Engagement: The Office for the Arts at Harvard to Complete Strategic Plan in Partnership with WolfBrown

February 8, 2022

Cambridge, MA – In partnership with WolfBrown, the Office for the Arts at Harvard (OFA) will complete a strategic plan, charting a compelling vision and dynamic programs for the >>

Event: Dennie Palmer Wolf Will Lead a Discussion at the Lullaby Project International Convening at Carnegie Hall

December 28, 2021

The Lullaby Project invites new and expecting parents to create, sing, and share a personal lullaby for their babies with the help of artists working in communities across the country. >>

Event: Dennie Palmer Wolf to Present at the World Alliance for Arts Education World Summit

October 1, 2021

The World Alliance for Arts Education is partnering with the University of Florida and SEADAE to host a virtual World Summit from October 11-15, 2021. This event invites primary and secondary school arts educators, >>

Tom Wolf’s Personal Blog: The Nightingale’s Sonata

March 29, 2021