Non-profit management

July 5, 2016 by admin
In America, the arts are highly dependent on donations from individuals for funding. Once a new president is in office in 2017, Congress is expected to take up “tax reform” in a serious way.Read More...
March 3, 2016 by admin
Over eighteen months, the California Community Foundation (CCF) provided seed grants as incentives for five small and midsized arts organizations to build capital reserves through its pilot program, Building Equity in the Arts (2012–14). The program’s goals were for these organizations to raise a reserve fund, to create a cash reserve policy, and to evidence an increase in their fund balance. While a seemingly straightforward challenge, the building of cash reserves required a great deal more than simple development and reallocation of resources. Read More...
January 13, 2016 by admin
January 2016, 19 pages. The James Irvine Foundation, One Bush Street, Suite 800, San Francisco, California, 94104. www.irvine.org. Read More...
October 15, 2015 by admin
Arts managers connect audiences to the greatest artistic achievements of humankind. Yet, the cultural sector and public know little about their demographic makeup in the United States. A paucity of literature exists on arts managers (Americans for the Arts 2013; DiMaggio 1987; Herron et al. 1998; Mankin et al. 2006), and questions pertinent to assessing the current level of demographic diversity in the arts management workforce remain unexplored. Read More...
October 13, 2015 by admin
September 2015, 58 pages. DeVos Institute of Arts Management, 1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Suite 410, Washington, D.C. 20004. (301) 314-0963. www.devosinstitute.net. Download: Read More...
December 28, 2014 by admin
December 2014, 14 pages. Nonprofit Finance Fund, 70 West 36th Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10018. (212) 868-6710. http://nonprofitfinancefund.org/ Download: Read More...
September 25, 2014 by admin
The full version of this report is available here Introduction Read More...
September 25, 2014 by admin
The League of American Orchestras invited Alan Brown to deliver this keynote at our 2014 conference in Seattle. We were delighted that he turned his attention to the lessons learned from organizations that stay creatively healthy, arguably our most essential role. Read More...