National Arts Marketing Project Newsletter
Arts organizations: The economic bust is over. Most of what was going to break, broke. And you survived.
Now’s the time to light your fuse and make the most of an improving economy. It’s time to get ready for the boom.
I know: If you’re like most arts organizations, you’re probably not over with that bust just yet. But if you believe that everyone would have been better off being better prepared, here’s your chance to get ready for the upside that will surely follow. The private sector knows this; last week, three of our largest clients rolled out significant expansion plans for 2010. Arts companies can—and should—grow in the boom, too.
These five easy steps will help you reignite your company.
NAMP Radio: The Arts Administration Degree
Our current episode takes on a controversial question—how important is a graduate degree in our field? Andrew Taylor of the Bolz Center for Arts Administration at UW Madison shares his thoughts on this thorny issue. Panelists Ron Evans, Matt Campbell, and Maris Smith join the conversation on advantages and disadvantages to getting a graduate degree on the path to a career in the arts.
Listen in and subscribe to the podcast via iTunes/RSS.
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Surviving Through Stimulus
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