Beyond Brand Exposure—How to Measure Your ROI on Twitter

August 8, 2011 Resources

Check out these three Twitter analytic tools that will help you track your Twitter stats and following, making it easier to prove ROI! Action: Visit Rebecca Coleman’s Marketing and Media Relations blog for more information.

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Riverside Theatre Conducts Open Call for Original Monologues

August 4, 2011 Artistic Opportunities

Playwrights are invited to submit monologues for Riverside Theatre’s (located in Iowa City, IA) Walking the Wire—a celebration of original work featuring monologues of ten minutes or less by both established and up-and-coming playwrights. The focus for this season’s monologues is “this will never work.” Action: Deadline to apply is September 15. Visit Riverside Theatre’s [...]

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Native Voices Annual Call for Scripts

August 3, 2011 Artistic Opportunities

Native Voices, a theatre company dedicated to the development and production of new works for the stage by Native American and First Nations playwrights, is now accepting submissions of scripts for three upcoming events; their First Annual Short Play Festival, the 2012 Playwrights Retreat and Festival of New Plays and the 2012 First Look Series. [...]

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New Research May Influence Not-for-Profits

August 3, 2011 Management & Research

Wild Apricot has compiled a list of five research reports, white papers and e-books that offer a range of insights for not-for-profits, associations and other membership organizations: Pew Research: Smartphone Adoption and Usage The 2011 Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN) Community Survey Report From Fundraising to Resource-Raising Donor Stewardship: Making Virtual Friends for Life The Online [...]

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Seeking New Ideas: The Knight/NEA Community Arts Journalism Challenge

August 1, 2011 Artistic Opportunities

The Knight Foundation and NEA are seeking ideas from individuals and organizations for the development of new, sustainable models for the field of arts journalism. The Knight/NEA Community Arts Journalism Challenge is specifically focused on eight communities: Akron, Ohio; Charlotte, North Carolina; Detroit, Michigan; Macon, Georgia; Miami, Florida; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; St. Paul, Minnesota; and San [...]

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New TCG Member Theatres and Affiliates in July

July 29, 2011 Current TCG News

TCG is excited to welcome our new member theatres and affiliates who joined in July! TUTA Theatre Chicago, IL www.tutato.com Colorado Springs Fine Art Center Theatre Co Colorado Springs, CO www.csfineartscenter.org Claremont Graduate University Claremont, CA www.cgu.edu/am Action: Visit the TCG website to learn more about becoming a TCG member.

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House Defeats Two Amendments Intended to Eliminate or Cut the NEA

July 28, 2011 Advocacy from TCG & PAA

This week the House has been debating the House Interior Appropriations Bill which includes funding for the NEA. On Monday, July 25, the House defeated, by a vote of 284-126, an Amendment introduced by Representative Tim Huelskamp (R-KS-1) which would have eliminated all funding for the NEA. This Amendment was put forth on behalf of the Republican [...]

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White House Champions of Change

July 28, 2011 Arts Education

During the week of July 25, the White House has presented a select group of “Champions of Change”—leaders in arts education from across the country. Americans for the Arts, the Arts Education Partnership and the President’s Committee on the Arts & the Humanities nominated some of the Champions that were eventually selected. This group of arts [...]

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NEA Announces Inaugural Our Town Grants

July 28, 2011 Advocacy from TCG & PAA

The NEA has announced the inaugural round of “Our Town” funding, totaling $6.575 million in grants to 51 communities in 34 states that have created public-private partnerships to strengthen the arts while shaping the social, physical and economic characters of their neighborhoods, towns, cities and regions. Our Town grants range from $25,000 to $250,000 and [...]

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NEA Announces New Research on the Value Added By Cultural Industries

July 28, 2011 Advocacy from TCG & PAA

Cultural industries are economic powerhouses and states have the data to prove it, according to a new analysis from the NEA. Drawing on data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, Arts and the GDP: Value Added by Selected Cultural Industries is a new NEA research note that examines the value added by three selected cultural [...]

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