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Supportive Grids, or, "There's No Ego in a Leko"

At a recent participant parent event at Rising Youth Theatre, a terrific young company for which I serve as board secretary, one of the parents, who happens to also be a work colleague, noted that our discussion of the company’s work to build the social assets of the youth participants reminded her of the grid I had shown her in my office a couple of weeks prior. 429 more words

Arts Infrastructure

The Cult of the Old: Traditionalism Stinks

In an earlier post, I discussed why some folks are obsessed with all things new. If they’re not on the cutting edge, they may as well not exist. 506 more words

Arts Entrepreneurship

Taking Stock

If you are the arts entrepreneur, you are likely the person who is legally responsible for your business and, as a result, there is always something you could or should be doing. 344 more words

Jim Hart

The Cult of the New: Change ≠ Better

I once worked for boss who was infatuated with the next thing. If there was a new product that you could use, then my boss would immediately buy it and implement it company-wide. 575 more words

Arts Entrepreneurship

Battle Creek Choir Camp June 22-25

Tour is going well. We have already made some great music at the Museum of Natural History, and we finished day one with a jaunt down Navy Pier. 114 more words

Music Teacher

MAAAs Attend Bloomington Open Studios Tour

Photos taken by Joely Pope, a graduate student in the dual MPA/MAAA program at SPEA. During the academic year Joely is a Graduate Assistant with IU Theatre. 1,413 more words

2014 Cohort