TCG State of the Artists Survey

February 17, 2011 Current TCG News

As part of TCG’s Field Conversations project, TCG is gathering the opinions and insights of theatre artists through the TCG State of the Artists Survey. The goal of the Field Conversations is to investigate the relationship between individual artists and institutions, and to identify the successes, challenges and ways of strengthening relationships in order to [...]

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Pig Iron Theatre Company Announces Summer Session 2011

February 16, 2011 Artistic Opportunities

Pig Iron’s Summer Session 2011, Presence, Play and the Red-Nose Clown is a three-week intensive program in physical theatre from June 14 to July 2 in Philadelphia, PA. The Summer Session is an immersive training program for creative theatre artists interested in pushing the boundaries of contemporary performance. Rooted in Pig Iron’s own artistic questions [...]

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MetLife/TCG A-ha! Leadership Webinar Series

February 15, 2011 Current TCG News

MetLife and TCG present the A-ha! Leadership Webinar Series, a three-part webinar series around innovation and creative-thinking in the theatre field. In the spirit of the MetLife/TCG A-ha! program, the intent of this series is to spark inspirational ideas and disseminate successful models around risk-taking and creative problem-solving. The next webinar in this series is Demystifying [...]

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Kids with Guns Theatre Company Announces Call for Plays and Musicals

February 14, 2011 Artistic Opportunities

Kids with Guns, based in New York City, is a collaborative production company that partners with emerging playwrights to create and present new works. They are currently accepting submissions of plays and musicals to produce in their 2012 season. Each playwright may only submit one play or musical for consideration. Action: Deadline to submit is [...]

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Americans for the Arts Releases Report, Trend or Tipping Point: Arts & Social Change Grantmaking

February 11, 2011 Management & Research

Animating Democracy, a program of Americans for the Arts, has released the report, Trend or Tipping Point: Arts & Social Change Grantmaking. This report assembles a first-time portrait of arts funders, social change funders and others supporting civic engagement and social change through arts and cultural strategies. It includes a companion online Directory of Funders [...]

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Register Now for TCG Spring 2011 Theatre Professionals Teleconferences

February 10, 2011 Current TCG News

The TCG Theatre Professionals Teleconferences, available now for Company Managers, Education Directors and Production Managers, are intended to better equip theatre staff to respond to daily challenges in these ever-evolving times. This series provides an opportunity to connect your staff to a national network of their peers, to further their professional development and to discuss [...]

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Technology Adoption and Implementation in Arts Organizations Survey Results

February 9, 2011 Management & Research

Technology in the Arts has just published the results of a survey regarding technology adoption and implementation in the arts and cultural field. This report, which includes responses across a broad spectrum of arts and cultural organizations representing a variety of disciplines in the United States and Canada, reveals a snapshot of how the field approaches [...]

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Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation ArtsCONNECT Guidelines Now Available

February 8, 2011 Artistic Opportunities

ArtsCONNECT, a program of the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, provides support for projects in which at least three performing arts presenters in two different states in the region work collaboratively to present a single artist or touring company. Through this program, the foundation supports 12 to 18 tours of performing arts groups per season that [...]

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Keystone Free Feedback App

February 7, 2011 Resources

Now you can find out what your donors and partners really think about your organization with this free feedback app from Keystone. They have partnered up with Charity Navigator to provide this app that creates customized, anonymous surveys you can share with your constituents. Action: Visit Keystone to create your free feedback app.

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Elliott Hayes Dramaturgy Award Accepting Applications

February 3, 2011 Artistic Opportunities

The Elliott Hayes Award recognizes excellence in dramaturgical work on a specific project. Named in honor of Elliott Hayes, the former dramaturg and literary manager at The Stratford Festival, the prize is awarded in recognition of contributions by dramaturgs to the conception, development and production of theatre or to educational projects in dramaturgy. This award [...]

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