Participation / audience development

September 30, 2005 by admin
2004, 171 pages. Association of Performing Arts Presenters, Washington, DC, 20063 Read More...
July 31, 2005 by admin
2005, 48 pages. Published by American Public Media, 45 East 7th Street, Saint Paul, MN, 55101, 651-290-1225, www.classicalmusicinitiative.org The second in a series of Working Papers, this report contains ideas and tips for partnering with local public radio stations and national distributors, information on funding resources, rights and clearances, Web initiatives, and audience research. Read More...
July 31, 2005 by admin
2005, 256 pages, ISBN 0-252-07208-1. University of Illinois Press, 1325 Oak Street, Champaign, IL, 68120-6903, 217-244-4689, www.press.uillinois.edu In the author's own words, "This book is a report card on American Culture. Not the culture of Wal-Mart and the cineplex, but culture as it is lived closer to the ground, local culture, neighborhood culture... It is about dancing, not about watching somebody else dance on television. There is a big difference." Read More...
July 31, 2005 by admin
July 2004, 12 pages. John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, 200 South Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 3300, Miami, FL, 33131-2349, 305-908-2600 Download pdf: http://www.knightfoundation.org/dotAsset/221200.pdf Read More...
July 31, 2005 by admin
2004. National Arts Strategies, 1156 15th Street NW, Suite 805, Washington, DC, 20005, 202-223-5454, www.artstrategies.org Download pdf: Key Findings: http://www.artstrategies.org/downloads/ManagingTheCreativeSummary.pdf Read More...
July 31, 2005 by admin
The fall 2002 issue of the Reader (volume 13, number 3) introduced an ongoing feature, "Why Art?" as a response to GIA's goal to strengthen the role of arts and culture in philanthropy and in society as a whole. This Reader feature aims to help members and others make stronger arguments for the support of arts and culture by sharing examples of arguments, case statements, insights, and stories that convey the multifaceted role that culture, the arts, and artists play in our society, neighborhoods, and individual lives. Read More...
March 31, 2005 by admin
2004, 16 pages. Published by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, 200 South Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 3300. Miami, FL, 33131-2349. 305-908-2600. Download pdf: www.knightfoundation.org/dotAsset/221200.pdf A recent addition to a series of briefs that discuss practices and changes in symphony orchestras examine the social context of orchestra marketing and trends in program-based marketing, respectively. The entire series of briefs is available on the foundation's web site. Read More...
March 31, 2005 by admin
Recent decades have seen rapid immigration into traditional gateway cities as well as rural and suburban communities throughout the United States. Craig McGarvey's thoughtful Pursuing Democracy's Promise speaks to the importance of new United States residents' fully participating in civic life alongside the native born. Read More...
March 31, 2005 by admin
To California's great Central Valley they have come from the highlands of Oaxaca, the cities of eastern Pakistan, the relocation camps of Thailand—political refugees and new immigrants from around the world aspiring to build a future for their children, grands, and greats. For three days in October these new U.S. Americans gathered in Fresno's Tower District for their second Tamejavi Festival. Everyone was welcome; the historic Tower Theatre's marquis proclaimed, “Tamejavi: It's Still Free.” Read More...
September 30, 2004 by admin
2002, 165 pages. Published by Audience Insight LLC, PO Box 423, Southport, CT, 03890-0423, (203) 256-1616, info@audienceinsight.com, www.audienceinsight.com Download Report: www.knightfoundation.org/research_publications/detail.dot?id=178183 Read More...