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Restorative Arts: How Local Arts Agencies Can Facilitate the Arts in Juvenile Justice Settings
The prison populations in the United States increased significantly in recent decades. The same low-tolerance policies, adopted in school systems, created a school-to-prison pipeline where juveniles enter the justice system ...
DIGITAL STREAMING: TECHNOLOGY ADVANCING ACCESS AND ENGAGEMENT IN PERFORMING ARTS ORGANIZATIONS
Arts administrators are embracing technology’s role in their organizations, particularly as it relates to audience development. As technology progresses, and online platforms act as supplemental tools to engage both current ...
THE CONFLICT-POSITIVE ORGANIZATION: SUPPORTING DISSENT AND EMPLOYEE-VOICE FOR MEANINGFUL ADVANCEMENT OF EQUITY, DIVERSITY, AND INCLUSION INITIATIVES
Arts organizations working to more effectively identify and address the systemic and institutional barriers preventing diversity, equity, and inclusion within their own institutions should incorporate a conflict-positive ...
Folk Arts, Advocacy and Cultural Policy in The Bahamas
This paper examines folk arts in The Bahamas, the cultural and economic impact they have had on rural communities on islands outside of New Providence, the most populated island and center of industry in the country, and ...
Inextricably Connected: Recognizing the Power of Equity and Inclusion in Arts and Culture Philanthropy
This paper presents a case for private foundations to practice equity and inclusion in their support of arts and cultural institutions. The paper provides an overview of the state of private foundations’ support for arts ...
Count Me In: Leveraging Generational Differences to Sustain Volunteer Engagement
Professional nonprofit theaters in the United States risk losing important support if they neglect to change existing approaches to volunteer recruitment, development, and recognition in light of evolving generational ...