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
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
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