NASAA Report Previews 2012 Legislative Appropriations

July 28, 2011 Advocacy from TCG & PAA

The National Assembly of State Arts Agencies (NASAA) has announced the release of the State Arts Agency Fiscal Year 2012 Legislative Appropriations Preview report. This document summarizes how state arts agencies fared during this year’s budget deliberations and includes information on the appropriations each state arts agency expects to receive for FY2012. Action: Click here [...]

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NEA Announces New Research on Artist Employment Projections Through 2018

July 27, 2011 Advocacy from TCG & PAA

The NEA looks at future job prospects for a variety of artist occupations in Artist Employment Projections through 2018, which examines the projected growth rate for artist occupations through 2018. The NEA note explores expected trends for more than a dozen artist and cultural occupations, including designers, writers, fine and multimedia artists, archivists, architects, camera [...]

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Free Not-for-Profit Webinars in August

July 27, 2011 Resources

Make sure to check out Wild Apricot’s monthly list of FREE webinars geared toward not-for-profit organizations. Action: Visit Wild Apricot to view the list.

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New Federal Grants Supporting the Arts

July 26, 2011 Arts Education

Most everyone in the arts is familiar with the NEA, however, many may be less familiar with grants from other federal agencies that can benefit arts organizations. Two new federal grants are highlighted below: 1) Investing in Innovation (i3) – A grant derived from the $100 billion in stimulus funding that the U.S. Department of [...]

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Pew Center for Arts and Heritage Awards $1 Million in Philadelphia Theatre Initiative Grants

July 26, 2011 Development

The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage has announced grants totaling slightly more than $1 million to ten theatre companies, presenters and independent theatre artists in the Greater Philadelphia region. Four of these grants went to TCG member theatres: $138,000 to 1812 Productions for The Women and Comedy Project; $150,000 to the People’s Light Theatre [...]

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Enchant Your Employees! Ten Tips for a Better Employer-Employee Relationship

July 22, 2011 Management & Research

Check out this post in Harvard Business Review (HBR)’s blog titled Enchant Your Employees. It offers ten great tips for how to create a relationship with employees that is deep, delightful and long-lasting. Action: Visit HBR to view the post.

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Daring to Lead Results and Reports Released

July 22, 2011 Management & Research

More than 3,000 executive directors participated in Daring to Lead 2011, the third Daring to Lead national study produced in partnership by CompassPoint and the Meyer Foundation, with previous studies published in 2001 and 2006. Explore their website for reports, current findings and to learn about the implications for not-for-profit executives and boards, philanthropy and [...]

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American Theatre Wing Now Accepting Applications for the 2012 Jonathan Larson Grants

July 21, 2011 Artistic Opportunities

The American Theatre Wing has announced that applications are now being accepted for the 2012 Jonathan Larson Grants. The grants, given annually to honor emerging composers, lyricists and book writers, help to continue Tony Award-winning composer Jonathan Larson’s dream of infusing musical theatre with a contemporary, joyful, urban vitality. All applications must include book, music, and [...]

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Clubbed Thumb is Now Accepting Proposals for the 2011-2012 Biennial Commission

July 21, 2011 Artistic Opportunities

The Clubbed Thumb Biennial Commission was created to encourage the writing of plays that consider the relationships between truth, power, history and personal responsibility. The winner will receive a $15,000 award which will support the development of the commission as it grows to a full text, through readings, staged workshops and other needs for the [...]

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The Public Theater is Accepting Applications for its Emerging Writers Group

July 20, 2011 Artistic Opportunities

The fourth cycle of The Public Theater’s Emerging Writers Group, from January 2012 through December 2013, is targeted towards playwrights in the earliest stages of their careers. Through this program, The Public Theater creates an artistic home for a diverse and exceptionally talented group of up-and-coming playwrights. The ten playwrights selected will receive a $6,000 [...]

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