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Navigating Challenges as Arts Service Organizations

In this podcast, we explore the unique challenges facing arts service organizations, those important institutions working behind the scenes to help artists and artsorganizations thrive. For arts services organizations, changes in the funding landscape in the last 15 years have made sustainability an ongoing challenge, not to mention the Catch-22 these organizations face in communicating their value without taking credit for the successes of those they serve. Despite these barriers, our two guests believe that there are ample opportunities for service organizations to reinvent themselves as hubs within their communities and beyond. Host Karina Mangu-Ward talks with Jeffrey Lependorfof the Councilof Literary Magazines and Presses and Monica Valenzuela of Staten Island Arts about how these challenges and opportunities play out in their organizations, and gets an inside look at their ah-ha moments and struggles during recent retreat they participated in as a part of EmcArts’ New Pathwa...

16 MIN2015 MAY 21
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Navigating Challenges as Arts Service Organizations

What Does It Mean to Be a Public Theater?

In this podcast, we explore what it means to be a public theater. Guest host John Shibley talks with Raymond Bobganof the Cleveland Public Theatre, which has recently celebrated a successful dramatic production featuring and created with members of the local Latino community. Now calling themselves Teatro Publico de Cleveland, this assembly of Latino cast members includes Blanca Salva, who also joins our discussion of how projects like this one can attract, and retain, the participation of untapped cultural communities. Theyexplore what it means to engage new communities through artistic collaboration. This podcast is part of a series that profiles the work of participants in EmcArts‘s Engaging the Future program in Cleveland. Learn more. Featuring: Raymond Bobgan, Executive Artistic Director of the Cleveland Public Theatre(CPT), has helmed the productions of 15 world premieres at CPT (9 by local artists), expanding its programs to support new work and achieving unprecedented natio...

16 MIN2014 JAN 23
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What Does It Mean to Be a Public Theater?

Cultural Clusters

This month we explore the sociological and civic impact of what are called “cultural clusters,” where arts centers, business, and community organizations collaborate to spur neighborhood revitalization. Guest host Karina Mangu-Ward talks withMike Boberg from ArtsWave and Ellen Muse-Lindeman from Kennedy Heights Arts Center, two organizations that are working to achieve this in Cincinnati, Ohio, and they discuss the changes in livability and appearance that take place when and where cultural clusters take root. This podcast is part of a series that profiles the work of participants in EmcArts’s New Pathways program in Cincinnati. Learn more. Featuring: Michael Boberg is the Director of Shared Services for ArtsWave, where he works with representatives from organizations spanning the entire arts and culture sector. Previously, he served as Director of Marketing and Public Relations for Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati and was Music Director and on-air host for WVXU-FM throughout the 1...

16 MIN2014 JAN 23
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Cultural Clusters

Cultural Organizing

In this podcast, host Richard Evansexplores how to strengthen communities through cultural initiatives. He is joined by Frances Lucerna, Executive Director of El Puente, which is based in the South Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, and Caron Atlas, Co-Director of Naturally Occurring Cultural Districts. They discuss how to best support existing communities through grassroots organizing around local cultural commonalities. This podcast is part of an ongoing series that profiles the work ofthe Rockefeller Foundation’s 2011 Cultural Innovation Fundgrantees. Learn more. Featuring: Caron Atlas, Co-Director of NOCD-NY, is also Director of theArts & Democracy Project, which supports the cross-pollination between arts and culture, participatory democracy, and social justice. She also teaches at Pratt Institute, and is a member of the Steering and District committees for Participatory Budgeting in New York. She is co-editor of two publications: Bridge Conversations and Critical Perspectives,...

18 MIN2013 NOV 27
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Cultural Organizing

Artist Residencies

In this podcast, host Richard Evans explores two stories of artist residencies that are highly rewarding for the artist, the presenter, and the public. Jean Davidson of New York Live Arts discusses their new artist residency focused on mid-career artists. Marlène Ramírez-Cancioof Hemispheric Institute speaks about their residency for artists making political performance art that seeks to be a vehicle for social change. This podcast is part of an ongoing series that profiles the work ofthe Rockefeller Foundation’s 2011 Cultural Innovation Fundgrantees.Learn more. Featuring: Jean Davidson (Chief Executive Officer, New York Live Arts) was appointed Chief Executive Officer of New York Live Arts in 2011 after serving as the Executive Director of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company for six years. She was instrumental in leading the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company through its merger with Dance Theater Workshop to create New York Live Arts, a new model of artist-led, produc...

13 MIN2013 NOV 27
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Artist Residencies

Cultivating Social Ambassadors at DANCECleveland

This month, we explore how to engage younger and more culturally diverse audiences in arts and culture organizations. Richard Evans is joined by Pamela Young, Executive Director of DANCECleveland, which now has an experimental initiative fueled by EmcArts‘s Engaging the Future program. Richard and Pam discuss how DANCECleveland has developed a team of social ambassadors who call themselves the DanceAdvance Team. Duration: 9:24 min Pamela Young (Executive Director, DANCECleveland) joined the organization in 2003. With a strong background in project management, development and non-profit organizational and transition management, she has brought focused leadership and experience to Cleveland’s premier and oldest dance presenting organization. Prior to joining DANCECleveland, Pam had over 20 years of experience working in the nonprofit arts arena with a number of arts organizations in the Greater Cleveland community, including: MOCA-Cleveland, Cleveland Public Art, Dancing Wheels/Prof...

9 MIN2013 FEB 5
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Cultivating Social Ambassadors at DANCECleveland

Analyzing Team Roles

This month Richard Evans invited an executive team from the Cleveland Orchestra to explore the team roles performed by individuals. The group had employed a tool called Belbin Team Roles Analysis, which helps team members understand the roles they prefer to play. To discuss the results of the analysis and what clues and surprises they provided to the organization, we have Chief Marketing Officer Ross Binnie, Director of Sales Julie Stapf, and Patron Systems Manager Adriane Smith. Duration: 16 min 48 sec Guests: Ross Binnie (Chief Marketing Officer, The Cleveland Orchestra) was also named the Director of the Center for Future Audiences in October 2010. Mr. Binnie served as vice president for sales and services for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra for eleven years before coming to The Cleveland Orchestra. In Detroit, he was responsible for all new business development and customer service, including the supervision of single-ticket and subscription sales and services, public relations, ...

16 MIN2013 JAN 4
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Analyzing Team Roles

Building Community Buy-In

This month Richard Evans is joined by the leaders of two different arts organizations which are both implementing projects in Hunts Point, a neighborhood in the New York City borough of the Bronx: Aviva Davidson, Executive and Artistic Director of Dancing in the Streets, and Amy Sananman, Founder and Executive Director of Groundswell. They offer a lively discussion which explores how to build community engagement in cultural initiatives — a question that each organization is approaching in some different — and surprising — ways. Guests: Aviva Davidson (Executive and Artistic Director of Dancing in the Streets) has over 25 years experience as an arts administrator, producer, presenter, and theatre director. She has an MFA in Arts Administration from Columbia University. From 1993-98, Davidson was the Curator of Performing Arts at the John Michael Kohler Art Center in Wisconsin. Previously, from 1985-93, she was a Producer and Marketing Director at Symphony Space. With Dancing in t...

14 MIN2012 NOV 28
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Building Community Buy-In

Incubating Innovation Locally

In this podcast, Richard Evans sits down with leaders from three organizations who participated in EmcArts’s New Pathways Program in New York Cityto explore the question: How do you incubate innovation in a local community? New Pathways brought together a cohort of 30 NYC organizations to identify the persistent adaptive challenges that they face as individual organizations and as a local community. In the podcast, Richard and his guests discuss their experience in the program, the trends that emerged among seemingly disparate organizations, and how their new thinking has been incorporated into daily practice. Guests: Linda Shelton (Executive Director of the Joyce Theater)has served as The Joyce’s executive director since 1993. Prior to her current position, she served as general manager of The Joffrey Ballet. Before The Joffrey, she managed tours for the Bolshoi Ballet, Bolshoi Ballet Academy, Moscow Virtuosi, 1000 Airplanes on the Roof and Sankai Juku. From 1982 to 1988, she hel...

23 MIN2012 NOV 8
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Incubating Innovation Locally

EmcArts Innovation Lab: Guiding Principles for Applicants

What Makes a Project a Good Fit for the Lab? The Innovation Lab is a non-traditional program with a non-traditional application, so we thought it would be useful to talk through some of the underlying ideas of the program and give a few examples to help guide your thinking. Last week, I sat down with Richard Evans, President of EmcArts, and prompted him with a few questions. The podcast of that conversation is available in a couple other forms: a video presentationorthe full transcript below. As always, as you prepare your application, don’t hesitate to ask for help. You can write me at LDreyer@emcarts.org with questions and to schedule a consultation. LD: Hi, I’m Liz Dreyer, the Manager of National Programs here at EmcArts and I’m talking with Richard Evans this afternoon about our Innovation Labs. It’s a non-traditional program with a non-traditional application. We thought it would be useful to talk through some of the underlying ideas of the program and give a few examples t...

8 MIN2012 OCT 23
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EmcArts Innovation Lab: Guiding Principles for Applicants
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Latest Episodes

Navigating Challenges as Arts Service Organizations

In this podcast, we explore the unique challenges facing arts service organizations, those important institutions working behind the scenes to help artists and artsorganizations thrive. For arts services organizations, changes in the funding landscape in the last 15 years have made sustainability an ongoing challenge, not to mention the Catch-22 these organizations face in communicating their value without taking credit for the successes of those they serve. Despite these barriers, our two guests believe that there are ample opportunities for service organizations to reinvent themselves as hubs within their communities and beyond. Host Karina Mangu-Ward talks with Jeffrey Lependorfof the Councilof Literary Magazines and Presses and Monica Valenzuela of Staten Island Arts about how these challenges and opportunities play out in their organizations, and gets an inside look at their ah-ha moments and struggles during recent retreat they participated in as a part of EmcArts’ New Pathwa...

16 MIN2015 MAY 21
Comments
Navigating Challenges as Arts Service Organizations

What Does It Mean to Be a Public Theater?

In this podcast, we explore what it means to be a public theater. Guest host John Shibley talks with Raymond Bobganof the Cleveland Public Theatre, which has recently celebrated a successful dramatic production featuring and created with members of the local Latino community. Now calling themselves Teatro Publico de Cleveland, this assembly of Latino cast members includes Blanca Salva, who also joins our discussion of how projects like this one can attract, and retain, the participation of untapped cultural communities. Theyexplore what it means to engage new communities through artistic collaboration. This podcast is part of a series that profiles the work of participants in EmcArts‘s Engaging the Future program in Cleveland. Learn more. Featuring: Raymond Bobgan, Executive Artistic Director of the Cleveland Public Theatre(CPT), has helmed the productions of 15 world premieres at CPT (9 by local artists), expanding its programs to support new work and achieving unprecedented natio...

16 MIN2014 JAN 23
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What Does It Mean to Be a Public Theater?

Cultural Clusters

This month we explore the sociological and civic impact of what are called “cultural clusters,” where arts centers, business, and community organizations collaborate to spur neighborhood revitalization. Guest host Karina Mangu-Ward talks withMike Boberg from ArtsWave and Ellen Muse-Lindeman from Kennedy Heights Arts Center, two organizations that are working to achieve this in Cincinnati, Ohio, and they discuss the changes in livability and appearance that take place when and where cultural clusters take root. This podcast is part of a series that profiles the work of participants in EmcArts’s New Pathways program in Cincinnati. Learn more. Featuring: Michael Boberg is the Director of Shared Services for ArtsWave, where he works with representatives from organizations spanning the entire arts and culture sector. Previously, he served as Director of Marketing and Public Relations for Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati and was Music Director and on-air host for WVXU-FM throughout the 1...

16 MIN2014 JAN 23
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Cultural Clusters

Cultural Organizing

In this podcast, host Richard Evansexplores how to strengthen communities through cultural initiatives. He is joined by Frances Lucerna, Executive Director of El Puente, which is based in the South Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, and Caron Atlas, Co-Director of Naturally Occurring Cultural Districts. They discuss how to best support existing communities through grassroots organizing around local cultural commonalities. This podcast is part of an ongoing series that profiles the work ofthe Rockefeller Foundation’s 2011 Cultural Innovation Fundgrantees. Learn more. Featuring: Caron Atlas, Co-Director of NOCD-NY, is also Director of theArts & Democracy Project, which supports the cross-pollination between arts and culture, participatory democracy, and social justice. She also teaches at Pratt Institute, and is a member of the Steering and District committees for Participatory Budgeting in New York. She is co-editor of two publications: Bridge Conversations and Critical Perspectives,...

18 MIN2013 NOV 27
Comments
Cultural Organizing

Artist Residencies

In this podcast, host Richard Evans explores two stories of artist residencies that are highly rewarding for the artist, the presenter, and the public. Jean Davidson of New York Live Arts discusses their new artist residency focused on mid-career artists. Marlène Ramírez-Cancioof Hemispheric Institute speaks about their residency for artists making political performance art that seeks to be a vehicle for social change. This podcast is part of an ongoing series that profiles the work ofthe Rockefeller Foundation’s 2011 Cultural Innovation Fundgrantees.Learn more. Featuring: Jean Davidson (Chief Executive Officer, New York Live Arts) was appointed Chief Executive Officer of New York Live Arts in 2011 after serving as the Executive Director of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company for six years. She was instrumental in leading the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company through its merger with Dance Theater Workshop to create New York Live Arts, a new model of artist-led, produc...

13 MIN2013 NOV 27
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Artist Residencies

Cultivating Social Ambassadors at DANCECleveland

This month, we explore how to engage younger and more culturally diverse audiences in arts and culture organizations. Richard Evans is joined by Pamela Young, Executive Director of DANCECleveland, which now has an experimental initiative fueled by EmcArts‘s Engaging the Future program. Richard and Pam discuss how DANCECleveland has developed a team of social ambassadors who call themselves the DanceAdvance Team. Duration: 9:24 min Pamela Young (Executive Director, DANCECleveland) joined the organization in 2003. With a strong background in project management, development and non-profit organizational and transition management, she has brought focused leadership and experience to Cleveland’s premier and oldest dance presenting organization. Prior to joining DANCECleveland, Pam had over 20 years of experience working in the nonprofit arts arena with a number of arts organizations in the Greater Cleveland community, including: MOCA-Cleveland, Cleveland Public Art, Dancing Wheels/Prof...

9 MIN2013 FEB 5
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Cultivating Social Ambassadors at DANCECleveland

Analyzing Team Roles

This month Richard Evans invited an executive team from the Cleveland Orchestra to explore the team roles performed by individuals. The group had employed a tool called Belbin Team Roles Analysis, which helps team members understand the roles they prefer to play. To discuss the results of the analysis and what clues and surprises they provided to the organization, we have Chief Marketing Officer Ross Binnie, Director of Sales Julie Stapf, and Patron Systems Manager Adriane Smith. Duration: 16 min 48 sec Guests: Ross Binnie (Chief Marketing Officer, The Cleveland Orchestra) was also named the Director of the Center for Future Audiences in October 2010. Mr. Binnie served as vice president for sales and services for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra for eleven years before coming to The Cleveland Orchestra. In Detroit, he was responsible for all new business development and customer service, including the supervision of single-ticket and subscription sales and services, public relations, ...

16 MIN2013 JAN 4
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Analyzing Team Roles

Building Community Buy-In

This month Richard Evans is joined by the leaders of two different arts organizations which are both implementing projects in Hunts Point, a neighborhood in the New York City borough of the Bronx: Aviva Davidson, Executive and Artistic Director of Dancing in the Streets, and Amy Sananman, Founder and Executive Director of Groundswell. They offer a lively discussion which explores how to build community engagement in cultural initiatives — a question that each organization is approaching in some different — and surprising — ways. Guests: Aviva Davidson (Executive and Artistic Director of Dancing in the Streets) has over 25 years experience as an arts administrator, producer, presenter, and theatre director. She has an MFA in Arts Administration from Columbia University. From 1993-98, Davidson was the Curator of Performing Arts at the John Michael Kohler Art Center in Wisconsin. Previously, from 1985-93, she was a Producer and Marketing Director at Symphony Space. With Dancing in t...

14 MIN2012 NOV 28
Comments
Building Community Buy-In

Incubating Innovation Locally

In this podcast, Richard Evans sits down with leaders from three organizations who participated in EmcArts’s New Pathways Program in New York Cityto explore the question: How do you incubate innovation in a local community? New Pathways brought together a cohort of 30 NYC organizations to identify the persistent adaptive challenges that they face as individual organizations and as a local community. In the podcast, Richard and his guests discuss their experience in the program, the trends that emerged among seemingly disparate organizations, and how their new thinking has been incorporated into daily practice. Guests: Linda Shelton (Executive Director of the Joyce Theater)has served as The Joyce’s executive director since 1993. Prior to her current position, she served as general manager of The Joffrey Ballet. Before The Joffrey, she managed tours for the Bolshoi Ballet, Bolshoi Ballet Academy, Moscow Virtuosi, 1000 Airplanes on the Roof and Sankai Juku. From 1982 to 1988, she hel...

23 MIN2012 NOV 8
Comments
Incubating Innovation Locally

EmcArts Innovation Lab: Guiding Principles for Applicants

What Makes a Project a Good Fit for the Lab? The Innovation Lab is a non-traditional program with a non-traditional application, so we thought it would be useful to talk through some of the underlying ideas of the program and give a few examples to help guide your thinking. Last week, I sat down with Richard Evans, President of EmcArts, and prompted him with a few questions. The podcast of that conversation is available in a couple other forms: a video presentationorthe full transcript below. As always, as you prepare your application, don’t hesitate to ask for help. You can write me at LDreyer@emcarts.org with questions and to schedule a consultation. LD: Hi, I’m Liz Dreyer, the Manager of National Programs here at EmcArts and I’m talking with Richard Evans this afternoon about our Innovation Labs. It’s a non-traditional program with a non-traditional application. We thought it would be useful to talk through some of the underlying ideas of the program and give a few examples t...

8 MIN2012 OCT 23
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EmcArts Innovation Lab: Guiding Principles for Applicants
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