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Sojourn Theatre’s How to End Poverty in 90 minutes (with 199 people you may or may not know) is a devised, community specific participatory theatre event that...

When I discovered social media 7 years ago I was attracted by its potential to gain free global attention. You didn’t need to pay for an online audience or traffic....

In Silicon Valley and on Wall Street, people have been asking questions about Mayer and her impact on the fate of Yahoo from the moment she was appointed CEO in July 2012...

Struggling to keep up with the revolving door of social media post specs? This handy infographic from Spreadfast compiles 2015's most recent sizing updates in one place!...

The new "Touching the Prado" exhibit in Madrid showcases 3-D replicas of paintings, so blind visitors can feel key works of art.

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A generation of performers disillusioned by Broadway musicals gambles their careers on making opera cool again in the Big Apple.

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Creating engaging visual content to accompany your digital efforts can be difficult with limited budgets and lead time. Read on for a curated list of awesome free design...

Crafting a blogging strategy to guide you through the coming weeks and months takes the guesswork out of blogging and turns a lackluster blog into a powerful tool.

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"Measuring sentiment will help you understand the overall feeling surrounding a particular subject, enabling you to create a broader and more complete picture of the...

Theatre Development Fund and Theatre Bay Area have taken on a program called Triple Play, exploring the root of audience engagement with new works. They share a few early...

Tom O'Connor reminds us the value of staying nimble and shedding old, ineffective strategies instead of constantly adding new ones to keep up.

Or how one street artist turned his massive murals into moving, living pictures through his free smartphone app. Image courtesy of the artist, Insa.

New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio has announced plans to build 1,500 units of live/work space for artists every year for the next 10 years in an effort to keep New York's...

Interactive maps from the Urban Institute detail how the United States will grow older and more diverse in the coming decades.

Jill Robinson of TRG Arts dives into the complicated evidence that subscriptions are not in fact "dead." They haven't yet disappeared thanks to the successes some theaters...