Five exceptional leaders from a diverse range of organizations discuss how their companies have grown, taken risks, survived, and changed over their lifespan, all while remaining committed to their mission.
The Metropolitan Regional Arts Council presents a panel discussion on January 15th, 2-4:30 pm, to talk about mission-driven, sustainable growth for arts organizations. The panel is facilitated by Leah Cooper from the Alliance, and panel members are: DeAnna Cummings (Juxtaposition Arts), Julie Guidry (Upstream Arts), Abdo Sayegh Rodriguez (TU Dance), Randy Reyes (Mu Performing Arts), and Peter Rothstein (Theater Latte Da). The workshop is free, but please register here.
The Minnesota Theater Alliance has launched Arts Market, a free online materials exchange for the arts, where you can offer and find reusable set pieces, hardware, art materials, gear, costumes, props, office stuff, etc. available for free, sale, rent, or barter. Share resources, reduce costs, make a little revenue, reduce waste.
Springboard for the Arts, Minnesota Theater Alliance and Fractured Atlas are proud to announce that spacemART has been redesigned as SpaceFinder Minnesota. The newly branded site features a calendar upload tool for sharing your venue's rental availability, and cross-disciplinary directories for listing a wider variety of spaces.
The Minnesota Audience Development Exchange (MADE) is a network of arts and culture organizations sharing a community database that provides demographic analysis of their patrons, better insights into audience behavior, and facilitates permission-based list trades between organizations. It's also a great peer-to-peer learning network for audience development strategies. Join the 32 other organizations that are learning more about their audiences now! More info ...