Data skills are critical for future leaders

Sherry Wagner-Henry shares what data training can be found in the Bolz Center for Arts Administration coursework.

We need more arts data skills

In this arts data blog salon article, Brea M. Heidelberg - arts management educator, consultant, and researcher - makes a case for more research training in arts administration. 

For the Love of Data

Guest post by Kathryn Heidemann, Carnegie Mellon University

D-A-T-A. Data, once considered a four-letter word in the creative industries, has since come to embrace the minds (and even the hearts) of arts managers, artists, and audiences across the creative ecosystem.

Got data. Got data skills?

Guest blog salon this week: Is the arts field training leaders with the skills to collect and analyze the data we need to make informed decisions and advance our work?

Data Informed Strategic Planning

Dallas organization TACA used NCAR's Arts Vibrancy Index to inform and shape their strategic plan.

Weaving and Data

Nonprofit arts and cultural organizations and their context are woven together in shared potential and shared challenges. The NCAR Fundraising Report provides relevant, timely data to help us clarify and wrestle with the pertinent fundraising questions in front of us.