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Multimedia: Topic trends for Orchestras on the internet

Social media – apps, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and many more – are no longer virgin soil for many orchestras and opera houses; or if they are, they will need to adapt, and fast. 356 more words


My Renewed Promise to New Audiences - and Myself

Not surprisingly, the last few months caused a big change in my priorities, specifically regarding work*. I could not be happier with with being part of… 416 more words


Register now: APACA Program Planning Workshop

Going to the APACA ‘Harvest’ Conference in Hobart in July? Add even more value to your Conference experience : join Merryn’s workshop on Program Planning. 366 more words

Touring Companies

“Ideas, like large rivers, never have just one source.” – Willy Ley

Last Sunday, my three-year-old Andrew wanted to go on a bike ride. So my husband put Andrew’s bike in the back of the car, strapped in Andrew and his little brother Alex, and drove to the Tannery Arts Center campus, where I work, and where there is plenty of paved, safe open space. 1,172 more words

Arts Administration

Brazil: International Conference MultiOrchestra, April 28-30, 2014

There are many professional orchestras located in Latin America. However, international orchestra conferences in this part of the world are rare.  The “International Conference MultiOrchestra” with the surtitle: “Talent, Management and Impact” shall fill this gap from April 28-30, 2014. 116 more words


Feedback Forms

Potential feedback form

I wrote a post a while back referring to TradArts’ Comment Cards and I have been thinking about what data they really need to get for feedback, especially in light of what ACE said to us. 267 more words

Evaluating Practice

Audience Development Approaches

The first year graduate students in arts management are spending a couple of weeks discussing marketing, audience development, community engagement, and community arts practice.  I drew a couple of quick sketches on the chalkboard – yes, we still have a chalkboard – to explain the difference between a traditional marketing approach and a community engagement approach to developing audience.  62 more words