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Quick Hit: Museums and Social Media in the New York Times

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It's a good day for museum technologists. This challenges those of us working in the field to push further. What would be in your section?

The Dallas Museum of Art Took a Major Risk, and The Outcome Has Been Remarkable.

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By Jen Leavitt, Arts and Cultural Consultant. . About a year ago, the Dallas Museum of Art did something truly innovative.

Why Nonprofits Shouldn’t Imitate the Art of Corporate Branding

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Robert Antell and his wife, Marguerite, decided to make a break from the norm in their rural town of Perinton near the Canadian border in New York State. Depending on your taste, you might say this home is a work of art or a vision gone wrong. There are many forms of architecture that mimic nature beautifully.

Why Do We Interpret Art and Science So Differently?

Museum 2.0

Labels will reference the importance of her work in the context of the art world. A genius has just created a major body of work.

See What’s Out There » Blog Archive » Art in New York

See What's Out There

It was designed by a New York artist named Cindy Workman. We love our See3 logo. The work remains as fresh and quietly fierce as ever.

Art and Aging: Tim Carpenter of EngAGE

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I believe that new models of aging and senior life will emerge from this wave, and can't wait to see what is created, which is why I loved stumbling upon The New York Times article, For Healthy Aging, A Late Act in the Footlights. The NOHO Senior Arts Colony and the Long Beach Senior Arts Colony will open in 2012.

SocComm - New York on February 10

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On February 10th 2009 at the 3LD Art and Technology Center in New York City, social media guru Jeff Pulver is producing SocComm - The Social Communications Summit. Register and reserve your seat at birth of a new industry. Seating at SocComm is limited. To register visit here. SocComm Summit Agenda. (as Feb 10th.

Art Basel Teams With Kickstarter to Fund Small Art Groups – Philanthropy Today - Blogs - The Chronicle of Philanthropy

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Launched three months ago, the effort has raised more than $160,000 for nonprofit arts organizations through dedicated pages on the crowdfunding Web site." ''via Blog this

Live From New York: 2007 DMA Nonprofit Federation Conference - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop


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ISO Understanding: Rethinking Art Museum Labels

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I don't usually fist-pump while reading the New York Times. Art becomes a kind of one-liner. And I don’t blame the art.

Clay Shirky on Creativity: “You Can’t Fake Interestingness”


I surely don’t need to say anything other than NEW CLAY SHIRKY VIDEO!! ” Humanize Social Learning

Reboot Yourself: Take A Digital Detox Day

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A Zentangle is a miniature abstract work of art created with a collection of patterns. Zentangle: Meditative Drawing. There are no mistakes.

Making Data More Human


“Jer Thorp is an artist and educator from Vancouver, Canada, currently living in New York. Humanize

Seeing Through Walls for Greater Independence!

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

It’s the brainchild of Donna and Ben Rosen, a New York power couple with connections to science, technology, politics, the arts and more. Kent Presents 2016 I just attended the second annual Kent Presents conference in Kent, Connecticut. The talk that especially blew my mind was by MIT professor Dina Katabi.

Is Your NY Nonprofit Ready for the Nonprofit Revitalization Act?


Is your New York nonprofit ready for the new Nonprofit Revitalization Act? Thanks for the great advice in this guest post Paul!

The 2016 - 2017 Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar


Today, we're excited to announce the all-new list for 2017! Fast Company / New York, NY / $1,999. New frontiers await.

My Birthday Wish: Support My Fundraiser for NTEN

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Develop new programs and resources for NTEN’s growing community. Today is my birthday! I have worked in the nonprofit sector for 35 years.

How the Pope Is Connecting with Younger Generations on Social Media: Pope Emojis

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As you probably know, the Pope is visiting the United States this week in Washington, DC; Philadelphia; and New York City.

Guest Post by Nora Grant: Lessons from A Year of Pop Up Museums

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This post was written by my colleague Nora Grant, Community Programs Coordinator at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History.

Arts Tourism Vlog

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The [link] explores artists and artist resources in New York's Hudson River Valley. Check out the interview with the Dutchess Arts Council ! Interesting use of the medium

Creating A Culture of Well-being in Your Nonprofit Workplace: The First Step

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Erika’s organization is a small to midsize arts organization, with six full time staff members and an operating budget of less than $1 million.

That's Art Mobs, Not Art Snobs.

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But, found this interesting example of using this new technology to make art more accessible. Art Mobs ??? Gilbert explains: ???In

How Museum Hack Transforms Museum Tours: Interview with Dustin Growick

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A new company in New York, Museum Hack , is reinventing the museum tour from the outside in. Today on Museum 2.0,

Arts Darwinism

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Cuts in funding have forced the Dance Theatre of Harlem, in New York, to lay off 19 of its 27 staff members and reduce its budget by $3-million, reports. The Ballet Tech company, in New York, has canceled its upcoming season to avoid a projected $665,000 budget shortfall, reports. The New York Times

Have Fun, Do Good Birthday Fundraiser!

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I''m going to be 44 on August 19th (can you believe it?). The 19th is also the 8th anniversary of Have Fun * Do Good! My first one! Thank you! Tweet

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Host an ARTBreak in your community

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According to a recent New York Times article, Relax! September 6, 2013 is ARTBreak Day , a project of Art is Moving. Tweet

Seven Nonprofit Finance Tips to Keep Your Board Out of Trouble


ii) The Nonprofit Revitalization Act requires New York nonprofits to have a conflict of interest policy and a whistleblower policy.

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Governance, Governance, Governance


Thanks Paul! Governance, Governance, Governance. In real estate the mantra is location, location, location. finance governance

6 Reasons Finance Belongs in Your Nonprofit Board Room


Finance and accounting have moved from the back room to the board room. Thanks Paul! 6 Reasons Finance Belongs in Your Nonprofit Board Room.

Online Branding Takeaways - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop


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What’s Your Conversion Rate: Live from #BBCON

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Rosita Bradham lives in Austin, Texas and has over 10 years’ experience working with or at arts and cultural organizations. She has worked with hundreds of organizations and is recognized for making a positive impact on arts and cultural organizations’ ability to fundraise. As you know, getting more donors is easier said than done.

On White Privilege and Museums

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Two weeks ago, Roberto Bedoya asked several arts bloggers, including me, to write a post reflecting on Whiteness and its implications for the arts.

450 Email Subject Lines From End of Year Fundraising

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That’s a new record. Thank You and Happy New Year! Breaking: New Match Gift Challenge. Where my love of art began.

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Visual Storytelling for Nonprofits


Masi’s images of The Bhopal Medical Appeal were featured on the New York Times Lens Blog and TIME Photos. World Wildlife Fund.

Arts 2.0: Examples of Arts Organizations Social Media Strategies

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I'm prepping for a workshop on Social Media and wanted do a round up of recent compelling examples of arts organizations using social media strategies and tools. I've covered arts organizations and social media here and there over the past three years and last winter co-wrote a cover story article with Rebecca Krause-Hardie for ArtsReach.

How Much Money do People Really Give on Nonprofit Boards? Read BoardAssist’s Annual Report on Nonprofit Giving for all the Answers


How much money do people really give on nonprofit boards? We know you want to know! Additional Findings. Conclusions. philanthropy

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Is Wikipedia Loves Art Getting "Better"?

Museum 2.0

Wikipedia Loves Art, Take One The first version of Wikipedia Loves Art first took place in February 2009. So is it better?

AFP Blog - Untitled Article

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Top 15 most-connected nonprofits These nonprofits were ranked by the number of Most-Connected New Yorkers who are or once were board members. Nonprofit Rank Partnership for New York City 45 New York-Presbyterian Hospital 28 Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

How to build your Nonprofit’s Budget – Collaborate!


The process used by the professional development nonprofit is often called zero based budgeting because the organization plans as if it were brand new, or in year zero, with no history to incorporate into the budget process. When this happens, the budget should be revised to include the new programs. is also, “it depends”.

What’s Your Calling?

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I had a chance to collaborate with every type of art form, arts management programs, arts education, and individual artists.