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March 19, 2017

You’re busy trying to get the next production up by opening. Your Artistic Director wants your suggestions of possible scripts for next season’s play selection meetings. Your Board is waiting for the latest grant proposal summaries. Your Teaching Artists are scheduled to visit a set of area schools this Monday a...

February 2, 2017

You work hard to make connections with your audience members. And they want to feel like they’re the most important people on your radar.

To nurture that kind of relationship you need to know as much as possible about each patron and use that knowledge to communicate meaningfully. But when there is duplication of...

January 5, 2017

As an arts management staff member, you work hard to create the content you need to successfully to reach your goals.

If you are in Educational Outreach, you might be writing discovery guides, lesson plans, teaching aids and other types of educator resources.

If you’re in Development, you’re probably authoring don...

December 28, 2016

So far, we've looked at the Literary Department and Production Management. We’ll consider the information needs of other departments in performing arts organizations, but before we do, let’s take some time to talk about making a new start.

The Way It Is Now

Here’s the situation at most organizations I su...

December 13, 2016

Production managers sit at the nexus point of multiple information streams. Their job is to organize, staff, budget, track, schedule and open productions. PM’s coordinate numerous types of resources for competing needs. In some cases, such as a repertory company, they must manage several venues that are all in o...

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