Contributed Income


Articles

9 Common Donation Page Mistakes (and Solutions!)
npENGAGE describes how poorly designed donation pages will make you miss out on these supporters’ donations, and what to do about it.

Diversifying your Funding Sources
The Foundation Center provides reasons and strategies for diversifying your organization's funding sources.

A Super Simple Fundraising Plan Template
Network for Good's free template walks you through creating your plan in just seven steps.

Reasons to Support the Arts
Americans for the Arts graphs convincing, fact-based reasons that the arts should be supported - this is a great resource for advocacy.

Building Multiple Revenue Sources
National Resource Center has generated a thorough guidebook which provides an overview of fifteen different revenue sources, insight into how online tools can help support revenue development, a step-by-step guide to developing a new revenue source, and analysis tools to help you assess your organization’s strengths and limitations.

Tapping the Great Potential of Female Philanthropists
Ten ways to better engage high-net-worth women donors, and work with them to effectively invest in women and girls, and other social causes.

Marketing is from Mars: Development is from Venus
This article from Americans for the Arts offers six tips for better integrating the marketing and development departments in arts organizations. 

Selecting A Consultant

The consultants on this list were recommended and vetted by NCAR Advisory Board members.  Each was contacted and agreed to be listed.  All have participated in a webinar on the NCAR KIPI Dashboard.

 

Engaging a Consultant: Advantages & Challenges to Finding the Right Match, Arts Insights

Choosing a Consultant, The Community Toolbox, Work Group for Community Health and Development, University of Kansas

How to Choose and Work with a Consultant, Minnesota Council of Nonprofits

Working with a Consultant or Technical Assistance Provider: A Resource List, Foundation Center

Consultants

Rebecca Thomas & Associates
rebecca@rebeccathomas.com
857-277-1321

TRG Arts
90 S Cascade Ave, Ste 510
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Letstalk@trgarts.com
719-686-0165

Peter Linett
Slover Linett Audience
4147 N Ravenswood Ave
Chicago, IL 60613
773-348-9200
peter@slaudienceresearch.com

Pat Egan
Cool Spring Analytics
Bel Air, MD
410-914-5314
pegan@coolspringanalytics.com

Anne Bergeron
Anne Bergeron & CO Consulting
75 Blackstone Boulevard, Ste 2B
Providence, RI 
917-446-7765
anne@bergeronconsult.com

Diana Duncan
Diana Duke Duncan, LLC
3333 Wisconsin Ave, NW, Ste 102
Washington, DC 20016
703-599-6419
dianadukeduncan@gmail.com

Margaret Williams
Denver, CO
710-416-4160
margaret.williams@outlook.com

Sheridan Joslin
Dini Spheris
832-236-7534
sjoslin@dinispheris.com 

 

Expense

Articles

W.A.G.E. - Working Artists and the Greater Economy
W.A.G.E. is a New York-based activist organization focused on regulating the payment of artist fees by nonprofit art institutions and establishing a sustainable labor relation between artists and the institutions that contract our work.

Finding People to Manage Major Arts Building Projects
This detailed report from AEA Consulting goes into the considerations of a building project, such as how to build the project team, how to involve the board, causes for concern, etc.

Case for Change Capital in the Arts
This report defines and discusses the concept of “mis-capitalization” among arts organizations and offers some learned lessons and guidance for cultural organizations and their funders.

Indirect Costs
The Nonprofit Association of Oregon discusses three main topics:
            1. Starving Infrastructure: Damages, Effectiveness, and Sustainability
            2. Clearing the Cost-Allocation Fog: Defining the Terms We Use
            3. Six Ways to Fund Administrative and Overhead Costs

True Program Costs
This e-study walks through the steps of calculating true program costs with the Cedar Cultural Center, a nonprofit music and community venue in Minneapolis and illuminates the value of calculating true program costs for all nonprofits.

Selecting A Consultant

The consultants on this list were recommended and vetted by NCAR Advisory Board members.  Each was contacted and agreed to be listed.  All have participated in a webinar on the NCAR KIPI Dashboard.

 

Engaging a Consultant: Advantages & Challenges to Finding the Right Match, Arts Insights

Choosing a Consultant, The Community Toolbox, Work Group for Community Health and Development, University of Kansas

How to Choose and Work with a Consultant, Minnesota Council of Nonprofits

Working with a Consultant or Technical Assistance Provider: A Resource List, Foundation Center

Consultants

Emma  Dunch
Dunch Arts
333 W 39th St, Ste 1502
New York, NY 10018
212-877-0500
​edunch@duncharts.com

Pat Egan
Cool Spring Analytics
Bel Air, MD
410-914-5314
pegan@coolspringanalytics.com

Margaret Williams
Denver, CO
710-416-4160
margaret.williams@outlook.com

Earned Income

Articles

The subscription solution: tweak, jump start, or burn to the ground?
This TRG Arts blog post examines the viability of the subscription model for orchestras.

 

The next arts industry buzzword should be “integrated patron loyalty”
Organizations should align all departments around the cultivation of loyal patron relationships, investing in and being accountable to fostering their patrons’ passion for the arts, in all areas of their business. The Guthrie shares their story of integrating loyalty development efforts.

Pricing Discrimination: Should Your Performing Arts Org Priced Based on Demand?
Price discrimination is a pricing strategy where identical or similar goods or services are transacted at different prices by the same provider to different consumers, segmenting your customers by their willingness to pay. Here’s 4 easy ways to get started with dynamic pricing if you aren’t doing it already.

3 Tips to Better Manage Accounting for your Ticket Sales
Accounting for many different revenue streams is no simple task. Here are a few tips to help you better manage accounting for your ticket sales, from NPEngage.

3 Easy Ways to Sell More Tickets
NPEngage provides a few quick ways to move performance tickets.

7 Ways to Kill Your Subscription Program
TRG Arts offers 7 practices to avoid when considering your subscription series, and provides best practices to employ instead.

Keep Demand Management in your Pricing Toolbox
TRG Arts has compiled an extensive list of dynamic pricing resources, including tools like webinars, blog posts, and case studies. 

Selecting A Consultant

The consultants on this list were recommended and vetted by NCAR Advisory Board members.  Each was contacted and agreed to be listed.  All have participated in a webinar on the NCAR KIPI Dashboard.

Engaging a Consultant: Advantages & Challenges to Finding the Right Match, Arts Insights

Choosing a Consultant, The Community Toolbox, Work Group for Community Health and Development, University of Kansas

How to Choose and Work with a Consultant, Minnesota Council of Nonprofits

Working with a Consultant or Technical Assistance Provider: A Resource List, Foundation Center

Consultants

Rebecca Thomas & Associates
rebecca@rebeccathomas.com
857-277-1321

TRG Arts
90 S Cascade Ave, Ste 510
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Letstalk@trgarts.com
719-686-0165

Peter Linett
Slover Linett Audience
4147 N Ravenswood Ave
Chicago, IL 60613
773-348-9200
peter@slaudienceresearch.com

Christoper Stager
Marketing & Audience Development
333 E 54th St, Ste 4K
New York, NY 10022
917-940-1748
​CRStager@CRStager.com

Emma  Dunch
Dunch Arts
333 W 39th St, Ste 1502
New York, NY 10018
212-877-0500
​edunch@duncharts.com

Pat Egan
Cool Spring Analytics
Bel Air, MD
410-914-5314
pegan@coolspringanalytics.com

Erik Gensler
Capacity Interactive
1239 Broadway, Ste 110
New York, NY 10001
646-559-1341 ext 1040
erik@capacityinteractive

Margaret Williams
Denver, CO
710-416-4160
margaret.williams@outlook.com

Marketing Impact

Articles

CI to Eye Podcast
Capacity Interactive President Erik Gensler speaks with thinkers and leaders inside and outside of the arts about leadership, marketing, organizational culture, and innovation.

The three most overlooked marketing realities for cultural organizations
Know Your Own Bone discusses three urgent marketing realities for cultural organizations that, while they aren’t actually new at all, seem to surprise executives when IMPACTS underscores them as contributors to diminishing audiences.

New vs. existing: A time for every patron
Provides tips on determining whether to focus resources on developing new audiences or on increasing loyalty to bolster return on investment and per capita revenue

5 Data-Informed Facts about Visitors to Cultural Organizations
This video and article by Colleen Dilenschneider shares a few data-informed findings about the kind of people who visit cultural organizations.

The Role of Brand in the Nonprofit Sector
Many nonprofits continue to use their brands primarily as a fundraising tool, but a growing number of nonprofits are developing a broader and more strategic approach, managing their brands to create greater social impact and tighter organizational cohesion. This article discusses the role of the brand specific to nonprofits, and offers some actionable advice.

Six Mobile Marketing Strategies for Nonprofits
If your organization doesn’t have a mobile marketing strategy in place, it’s time to build one—here's how.

8 Reasons Arts Organizations Need to Embrace Digital Marketing
This article from Ironpaper provides a convincing argument for digital marketing, and then provides some tips for getting started.

Social Media for Nonprofits: High-Impact Tips and the Best Free Tools
BufferSocial offers an extensive guide to develop a social media marketing strategy for a nonprofit organization, discussing free online tools and guides to analytics.

Selecting A Consultant

Engaging a Consultant: Advantages & Challenges to Finding the Right Match, Arts Insights

Choosing a Consultant, The Community Toolbox, Work Group for Community Health and Development, University of Kansas

How to Choose and Work with a Consultant, Minnesota Council of Nonprofits

Working with a Consultant or Technical Assistance Provider: A Resource List, Foundation Center

Consultants

TRG Arts
90 S Cascade Ave, Ste 510
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Letstalk@trgarts.com
719-686-0165

Peter Linett
Slover Linett Audience
4147 N Ravenswood Ave
Chicago, IL 60613
773-348-9200
peter@slaudienceresearch.com

Christoper Stager
Marketing & Audience Development
333 E 54th St, Ste 4K
New York, NY 10022
917-940-1748
​CRStager@CRStager.com

Pat Egan
Cool Spring Analytics
Bel Air, MD
410-914-5314
pegan@coolspringanalytics.com

Anne Bergeron
Anne Bergeron & CO Consulting
75 Blackstone Boulevard, Ste 2B
Providence, RI 
917-446-7765
anne@bergeronconsult.com

Diana Duncan
Diana Duke Duncan, LLC
3333 Wisconsin Ave, NW, Ste 102
Washington, DC 20016
703-599-6419
dianadukeduncan@gmail.com

Margaret Williams
Denver, CO 
710-416-4160
margaret.williams@outlook.com

Managing the Bottom Line

Articles

As if One Bottom Line Wasn’t Enough
This article by Fractured Atlas describes the concept of the Double Bottom Line and how a nonprofit organization can use it in an effective way.

Financial Self-Assessment Worksheet
Use this worksheet to capture a snapshot of your nonprofit’s strengths and weaknesses. The worksheet is divided into six core areas of nonprofit finance, described in detail below. Together, these areas help you balance the three critical components essential to an organization’s long-term viability: Mission, Capacity, and Money.

3 Strategies to Build Your Organization’s Financial Capacity
NPEngage provides three strategies your organization can use to build its capacity to plan for more resources to meet its mission.

Managing in the New Economic Reality
The recession has stretched many nonprofits to their limits and forced them to learn new coping strategies. Nonprofit Quarterly provides some management strategies used to address them, focusing on internal actions, external responses, cautions, and strategies.

Finding a New Tune: How Arts Organizations Balance Creativity and Operations
This article from Nonprofit Quarterly covers some observations and suggestions about balancing creativity and infrastructure in arts organizations. This can be applied to many other types of organizations as well.

Financing Solutions for Nonprofit Organizations
This Houston Chronicle article outlines some creative financial solutions that nonprofits can employ to improve their fundraising.

Ten Step Annual Budgeting Checklist
The Nonprofits Assistance Fund provides a thorough step-by-step checklist for the entire budgeting process.

12 Golden Rules of Nonprofit Finance
The Nonprofits Assistance Fund has developed a list of qualities and best practices of financially healthy nonprofit organizations. Read through and see where your organization might have room for improvement.

An Executive Director’s Guide to Financial Leadership
There is a world of difference between financial management and financial leadership, and refocusing your approach from fiscal management to fiscal sustainability gets you there. Outlined in this expert guide by Nonprofit Quarterly are such essential steps as: transforming your annual budget analysis; deciding whether or not income diversification is the way to go; achieving a robust reserve; and equipping your board for effective financial governance.

Financial Management Self-Assessment
Nonprofit financial health is not a matter of endowment balances or grant size. Even nonprofits with large budgets must manage their resources to provide services effectively and to remain accountable to the public. Use this checklist to assess your organization's financial management practices and identify areas for improvement.

Using Loans: A Guide to Borrowing for Nonprofit Organizations
This guide is designed to help nonprofits understand loans, uses for loans, and when it makes the most sense to consider this financing option.
 

Selecting A Consultant

The consultants on this list were recommended and vetted by NCAR Advisory Board members.  Each was contacted and agreed to be listed.  All have participated in a webinar on the NCAR KIPI Dashboard.

Engaging a Consultant: Advantages & Challenges to Finding the Right Match, Arts Insights

Choosing a Consultant, The Community Toolbox, Work Group for Community Health and Development, University of Kansas

How to Choose and Work with a Consultant, Minnesota Council of Nonprofits

Working with a Consultant or Technical Assistance Provider: A Resource List, Foundation Center

Consultants

Rebecca Thomas & Associates
rebecca@rebeccathomas.com
857-277-1321

TRG Arts
90 S Cascade Ave, Ste 510
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Letstalk@trgarts.com
719-686-0165

Emma  Dunch
Dunch Arts
333 W 39th St, Ste 1502
New York, NY 10018
212-877-0500
​edunch@duncharts.com

Pat Egan
Cool Spring Analytics
Bel Air, MD
410-914-5314
pegan@coolspringanalytics.com

Margaret Williams
Denver, CO
710-416-4160
margaret.williams@outlook.com

 

Balance Sheet Issues

Articles

Emerging Financial Models
This AEA Consulting paper explores the old-fashioned philanthropic financial models of nonprofit organizations and prompts a conversation on considering innovative models based around exploitable assets.

Why Ratios aren’t the Last Word
This balance sheet based tool from Guidestar breaks down ratios for nonprofit organizations, and discusses when they are useful (and when they are not) as well as how to calculate them.

Maintaining Nonprofit Operating Reserves
The Nonprofit Operating Reserves Workgroup developed a white paper that covers what operating reserves are, what nonprofit leaders need to know about them, and some tips for establishing reserve policies.

Balance Sheet Basics: What We Have, What We Owe, What We’re Worth
Refresh your accounting knowledge and lingo and learn some nonprofit-specific tips like how to report restricted funds on your balance sheet with the 15 minute video by Nonprofits Assistance Fund.

Balance Sheet Cheat Sheet
This guide provides a useful and succinct overview of a nonprofit balance sheet to get you talking like a nonprofit accounting pro.

Managing Cash Flow
No matter how expertly you manage your budget, you can confidently project a surplus at the end of the year and still not have enough cash at some point during your fiscal year. That’s because money doesn’t always come in and go out smoothly from day to day or month to month. In order to weather the ups and downs properly it’s important to project and plan your cash flow. This resource also provides an Understanding Cash Flow video, as well as a Cash Flow Template.

Managing Restricted Funds
This resource article aims to define unrestricted, temporarily restricted, and permanently restricted income, and give nonprofit leaders the tools to record, report, and effectively manage contributed income and net assets.

Selecting A Consultant

The consultants on this list were recommended and vetted by NCAR Advisory Board members.  Each was contacted and agreed to be listed.  All have participated in a webinar on the NCAR KIPI Dashboard.

Engaging a Consultant: Advantages & Challenges to Finding the Right Match, Arts Insights

Choosing a Consultant, The Community Toolbox, Work Group for Community Health and Development, University of Kansas

How to Choose and Work with a Consultant, Minnesota Council of Nonprofits

Working with a Consultant or Technical Assistance Provider: A Resource List, Foundation Center

Consultants

Rebecca Thomas & Associates
rebecca@rebeccathomas.com
857-277-1321

Emma  Dunch
Dunch Arts
333 W 39th St, Ste 1502
New York, NY 10018
212-877-0500
​edunch@duncharts.com

Pat Egan
Cool Spring Analytics
Bel Air, MD
410-914-5314
pegan@coolspringanalytics.com

Margaret Williams
Denver, CO 
710-416-4160
margaret.williams@outlook.com

Community Engagement

Articles

Experiments in Arts Engagement: Case Studies
The case studies featured here reflect the experience of the pool of The James Irvine Foundation's Exploring Engagement Fund grantees and involve a range of grantees by size, discipline, and geography. Their projects specifically focus on engaging participants from communities of color and low-income groups.

How Museums Can Leverage Live Streaming Technology
White paper that provides practical insights for arts managers by presenting different approaches to video streaming through case study analysis.

Taking Out the Guesswork: A Guide to Using Research to Build Arts Audiences
This practical guide from The Wallace Foundation show arts organizations how to use research to cultivate audiences.

Why Cultural Organizations are Not Reaching Low-Income Visitors (DATA)
Data suggest that some types of cultural organizations are perceived as more welcoming than others. This post shares thoughts on how to do better.

Community Engagement Matters (Now More Than Ever)
This article argues the case for community engagement and outlines a detailed guide for maximizing the community interaction of your organization.

Community Engagement Governance: Systems-Wide Governance in Action
This article introduces the Community Engagement Governance framework, in which more of the organization’s stakeholders are involved in its guidance in order to better serve the community’s needs and adapt to a changing environment.

Nonprofits Integrating Community Engagement Guide
The Alliance for Nonprofit Management and the Building Movement project created a joint report which offers information, tools, case studies and other resources to help nonprofit groups develop core competencies on constituent and community engagement.

Selecting A Consultant

The consultants on this list were recommended and vetted by NCAR Advisory Board members.  Each was contacted and agreed to be listed.  All have participated in a webinar on the NCAR KIPI Dashboard.

Engaging a Consultant: Advantages & Challenges to Finding the Right Match, Arts Insights

Choosing a Consultant, The Community Toolbox, Work Group for Community Health and Development, University of Kansas

How to Choose and Work with a Consultant, Minnesota Council of Nonprofits

Working with a Consultant or Technical Assistance Provider: A Resource List, Foundation Center

Consultants

Leah D. Barto
New York, New York
917-670-0407
leahbarto@gmail.com

Peter Linett
Slover Linett Audience
4147 N Ravenswood Ave
Chicago, IL 60613
773-348-9200
peter@slaudienceresearch.com

Greg Kandel
Management Consultants for the Arts
65 High Ridge Rd, #128
Stanford, CA
203-353-0722
mgtconarts@gmail.com |  gkandel48@gmail.com

Julia Perkins
MBMD Strategic Consultants
Chicago, IL
773-288-2988
jperkins@mbmdconsultants.com

Anne Bergeron
Anne Bergeron & Co Consulting
75 Blackstone Boulevard, Ste 2B
Providence, RI 
917-446-7765
anne@bergeronconsult.com

Paul Harder
Harder+Company Community Research
202 W First St, Suite 4-0430
Los Angeles, CA 20016
213-891-1113
pharder@harderco.com

Margaret Williams
Denver, CO 
710-416-4160
margaret.williams@outlook.com

Program Activity

Articles

YouthARTS Toolkit: Costs, Resources and Advocacy
Americans for the Arts includes information about the costs of running an arts program, how to develop your budget, and funding opportunities..

Getting Started with Program Evaluation
This National Assembly of State Arts Agencies report gives the reader a step by step process for program evaluation, explaining how to acquire data, how to maintain a learning culture an at organization, and also provides many useful frameworks and templates.

Building Capacity in Evaluating Outcomes
This resource, developed by University of Wisconsin educators provides 93 activities and materials for practitioners working in and with community-based programs to use in building the capacity of individuals, groups, and organizations in evaluating outcomes. It compiles a complete set of practical resources that can be readily used or modified by an arts, culture, or community organization.

Basic Guide to Nonprofit Program Design and Marketing
This document guides the reader to design a nonprofit program and services that are highly integrated with the organization's mission, strategic planning goals and needs of clients, including a step by step guide, as well as additional resources.

Measuring Outcomes
This report provides a very thorough, detailed guide to measuring and communicating outcomes of specific programs.

Selecting A Consultant

The consultants on this list were recommended and vetted by NCAR Advisory Board members.  Each was contacted and agreed to be listed.  All have participated in a webinar on the NCAR KIPI Dashboard.

Engaging a Consultant: Advantages & Challenges to Finding the Right Match, Arts Insights

Choosing a Consultant, The Community Toolbox, Work Group for Community Health and Development, University of Kansas

How to Choose and Work with a Consultant, Minnesota Council of Nonprofits

Working with a Consultant or Technical Assistance Provider: A Resource List, Foundation Center

Consultants

Leah D. Barto
New York, New York
917-670-0407
leahbarto@gmail.com

Peter Linett
Slover Linett Audience
4147 N Ravenswood Ave
Chicago, IL 60613
773-348-9200
peter@slaudienceresearch.com

Paul Harder
Harder+Company Community Research
202 W First St, Suite 4-0430
Los Angeles, CA 20016
213-891-1113
pharder@harderco.com

Diana Duncan
Diana Duke Duncan, LLC
3333 Wisconsin Ave, NW, Ste 102
Washington, DC 20016
703-599-6419
dianadukeduncan@gmail.com

Margaret Williams
Denver, CO 
710-416-4160
margaret.williams@outlook.com

 

Strategic Planning

Articles & Books

The Field Guide to Human Centered Design
From IDEO, The Field Guide has everything you need to understand the people you're designing for, to have more effective brainstorms, to prototype your ideas, and to ultimately arrive at more creative solutions.

The Sustainability Mindset
Authors Jeanne Bell and Steve Zimmerman present a field guide to the matrix map—a powerful tool for nonprofit strategic decision-making

Why “Where”? Because “Who”
Facing waning audiences and challenged relevancy, many arts organizations are paying closer attention to place — the settings where arts experiences are offered — as a way to attract and more deeply engage new audiences. This report, developed by AEA Consulting, examines why and how place has become an important variable for arts practitioners to consider as they chart a course for the future.

From Anguish to Balance
19 ways to turn around a nonprofit organization.

Reporting Financial Information to the Board
In order to fulfill their responsibilities, board members must be able to rely on financial information that is accurate, timely, in context, and appropriate. This resource outlines the types of financial reports that are needed as well as how to present the information to the Board.

Measure What Matters: 6 Metrics Arts Leaders Should Track
TRG Arts compiled 6 metrics that arts and cultural organizations should be tracking in order to assess their current situation, stabilize their business model, and start generating working capital. They have generated a short video for each metric.

Selecting A Consultant

The consultants on this list were recommended and vetted by NCAR Advisory Board members.  Each was contacted and agreed to be listed.  All have participated in a webinar on the NCAR KIPI Dashboard.

Engaging a Consultant: Advantages & Challenges to Finding the Right Match, Arts Insights

Choosing a Consultant, The Community Toolbox, Work Group for Community Health and Development, University of Kansas

How to Choose and Work with a Consultant, Minnesota Council of Nonprofits

Working with a Consultant or Technical Assistance Provider: A Resource List, Foundation Center

Consultants

Peter Linett
Slover Linett Audience
4147 N Ravenswood Ave
Chicago, IL 60613
773-348-9200
peter@slaudienceresearch.com

Fran Kumin
176 East 71st Street
New York, NY 10021
212-535-9126 or 917-796-6611
frankumin@gmail.com linkedin.com/in/fran-kumin-39801658

Emma  Dunch
Dunch Arts
333 W 39th St, Ste 1502
New York, NY 10018
212-877-0500
​edunch@duncharts.com

Greg Kandel
Management Consultants for the Arts
65 High Ridge Rd, #128
Stanford, CA
203-353-0722
mgtconarts@gmail.com |  gkandel48@gmail.com

Julia Perkins
MBMD Strategic Consultants
Chicago, IL
773-288-2988
jperkins@mbmdconsultants.com

Anne Bergeron
Anne Bergeron & CO Consulting
75 Blackstone Boulevard, Ste 2B
Providence, RI 
917-446-7765
anne@bergeronconsult.com

Paul Harder
Harder+Company Community Research
202 W First St, Suite 4-0430
Los Angeles, CA 20016
213-891-1113
pharder@harderco.com

Cheryl Yuen
312 Malden Ave
La Grange Park, IL 60526
708-352-2548
yuenconsultingforarts@gmail.com

Sheridan Joslin
Dini Spheris
832-236-7534
sjoslin@dinispheris.com 

Education

Articles

Advocating for Arts in the Classroom
This article from EducationNext provides some great points and stories to consider when advocating for arts education.

Arts and Smarts
This article from GreaterGood magazine discusses the intellectual and emotional benefits for students when participating in the arts.

Strategies for Building Arts Support
The National Assembly of State Arts Agencies has developed a guide for “E-Advocacy”, online strategies for arts advocacy.

How Arts Education Can Help Create Better Doctors
An interesting take on the benefits of being a “Renaissance man or woman” for someone even as scientifically-minded as a physician.

Selecting A Consultant

The consultants on this list were recommended and vetted by NCAR Advisory Board members.  Each was contacted and agreed to be listed.  All have participated in a webinar on the NCAR KIPI Dashboard.

Engaging a Consultant: Advantages & Challenges to Finding the Right Match, Arts Insights

Choosing a Consultant, The Community Toolbox, Work Group for Community Health and Development, University of Kansas

How to Choose and Work with a Consultant, Minnesota Council of Nonprofits

Working with a Consultant or Technical Assistance Provider: A Resource List, Foundation Center

Consultants

Leah D. Barto
New York, New York
917-670-0407
leahbarto@gmail.com

Peter Linett
Slover Linett Audience
4147 N Ravenswood Ave
Chicago, IL 60613
773-348-9200
peter@slaudienceresearch.com

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