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The Most Important Questions

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While I was at INTIX in Baltimore this year I was invited to give a couple of presentations on their Inspiration Stage, a mini-forum for exchanging ideas about topics in our industry. 60 more words


Anatomy of a Perfect Message: The Letter to Larry Nassar that Broke My Heart

I’ve followed the Larry Nassar case closely this week, and I swear I have a sore neck I’ve been shaking my head so hard. I’m not naïve enough to say, “I can’t believe it,” though it is unbelievable. 824 more words


Moving Beyond Transactions to Engagement

I just wrapped up a week at Art House Convergence in Midway, Utah. The convergence was a gathering of approximately 600 people representing art houses, film festivals, film distributors, and vendors. 821 more words


First @ClassicalNEXT 2018 Conference Speakers Official

Know-how from print to video and from business to art

Rotterdam/Berlin As the early bird registration deadline approaches (19 January), the global art music meeting Classical:NEXT has announced the first speakers and conference topics for its 2018 edition in May. 179 more words


#75 Nancy Quinn


Nancy Quinn returns to talk about life on a Montana Mountain and the history of homesteading.

Nancy is an internationally recognized wildlife artist whose work is noted for its detail and accuracy. 229 more words


Potential Audiences Say, “I want to be found, look for me.”

About a month ago I attend an audience building workshop where one of the sessions was called Meet the Patron. A random panel of audience members drawn from participating arts and cultural organizations was assembled to talk openly about their experiences. 447 more words


Live Screenings to recrute orchestras new audiences

Concerts of orchestras performing live music and a movie on screen have become more popular in the last few years. These formats are expensive (scores, performing rights, technichal equipment etc.). 57 more words