#GivingTuesday: The Arts & Culture Way

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Arts and Cultural organizations are capitalizing on this giving movement by creating a clear call-to-action attached to customized campaigns. Don’t let it pass without acting and have fun building your Arts & Culture campaign.

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The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 78: Last Minute Tips for Year-End Giving

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In this episode of The sgENGAGE podcast, Tanya Fitzgerald, Senior Customer Success Manager at Blackbaud, talks with Steve MacLaughlin about what organizations can do now to have successful end-of-year giving campaigns. Podcast

Quick Hit: Art of Relevance Video, Podcast, and a Google Hangout this week

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I've been traveling a lot recently, exploring the ideas behind The Art of Relevance with colleagues around the US. VIDEO - THE ART OF RELEVANCE Want to join the conversation about The Art of Relevance but can't make it to a book event ?

#40BetterHours: The Art of Single Tasking

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I have a regular morning routine when not traveling – to read one article, listen to a podcast or view a video related to the topics in my book, The Happy Healthy Nonprofit , and write about it – either on my blog or in a journal.

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Jerry Coltin on Arts Organizations and Podcasting

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" They covered the why, what, and how to get started of podcasting in the arts sector. Jerry Coltin gave an excellent overview which included listening to and showing some examples of arts podcasting and video podcasting. Museum Podcasting Resources.

Arts Activist Naomi Natale and The One Million Bones Project

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She speaks internationally on the topics of art and activism, as well as her installation works. You can listen and subscribe to the Big Vision Podcast via iTunes , or on the player above. Big Vision Podcast

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09NTC Nonprofit Radio: How to Make Podcasts That Promote Your Brand and Engage Supporters

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I’m here at the 09NTC in Corey Pudhorodsky and Chad Norman’s session on podcasting! Session Description: With portable music players, smart phones, and cheap bandwidth everywhere, more and more online marketers are turning to podcasting as a powerful way to extend the reach of their brands and engage supporters. We’ll discuss how to produce a podcasts using free tools and from scratch, including pre-production, recording, editing, processing, and rendering.

[PODCAST] Storytelling as Mission Moments | Ft. Lori Jacobwith

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Jacobwith stresses that not all stories or mission moments require you to be an artful wordsmith and that sometimes they’re even better explained in a raw, unpolished form. . You can subscribe to the Hubcast on iTunes and Soundcloud to make sure you don’t miss out on our latest podcast. The post [PODCAST] Storytelling as Mission Moments | Ft. Storytelling has been a pretty noteworthy buzzword in the nonprofit sector in the last few years.

How to Organize Have Fun Do Good Flash Mobs with Gabriela Masala, a Big Vision Podcast Interview

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It feels like that's a way in which the arts can be visionary, be change agents, and also be really fun and playful, which is primary to living." - Gabriela Masala This month's Big Vision Podcast guest is Gabriela Masala talking about how to organize have fun do good flash mobs.

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Hurricane Sandy Art Relief: An Interview with Elana Haviv

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After 9/11, she spearheaded an art-based CMCE 9/11 Trauma Relief Project in the New York City schools. She also pioneered art-based healing programs in post-war Bosnia. You can listen to the interview on the Arts and Healing Network's website , or on the player (below).

Should You Podcast? | Idealware

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Skip to Main Content Area Helping Nonprofits Make Smart Software Decisions Topics Reports Articles Online Training Blog Custom Resources Donate About Topics Reports Articles Online Training Blog Custom Resources Donate About Should You Podcast? Podcasts are like the ability to create a radio show that reaches your constituents. At the end of the day, a podcast is still pretty time consuming to create. If so, then podcasting might absolutely be a good opportunity for you.

Interviews with 56 Changemakers: 5th Anniversary of the Big Vision Podcast

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For the past five years I've had the amazing opportunity to interview 56 changemakers for the Big Vision Podcast who I think have big visions for a better world. Big Vision Podcast

Interviews with 69 Changemakers: 6th Anniversary of the Big Vision Podcast

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Today is the 6th anniversary of the Big Vision Podcast! You can view all of the interviews, and subscribe to the show, on iTunes , or on the Big Vision Podcast's landing page. If you're an iTunes user, one of the ways you can help me celebrate this anniversary is by finding the Big Vision Podcast in the iTunes Store and giving it a star rating (hopefully a good one!), Big Vision Podcast interviewWahoo!

Art and Aging: Tim Carpenter of EngAGE

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One of its project is the Burbank Senior Artists Colony , a first-of-its-kind senior apartment community with high-end arts amenities and programs (how cool is that?). The NOHO Senior Arts Colony and the Long Beach Senior Arts Colony will open in 2012. I truly believe that projects like EngAGE are models for happy and healthy senior communities, so I was thrilled when EngAGE's founder, Tim Carpenter, agreed to chat with me for the Arts and Healing Network's Podcast.

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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 ??? s students have produced unofficial audio guides for the Museum of Modern Art and made them available on the Web as podcasts.

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nfp 2.0 » Two Minute Silence Podcast

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1) myspace (1) nspcc (2) oxfam (2) podcast (1) second life (5) social impact (6) social media (16) social networking (6) storytelling (6) tagging (3) web 2.0 (18)

I'm on the Tranquility Du Jour Podcast!

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One of my favorite podcasts is Tranquility du Jour by Kimberly Wilson. When we recorded the interview, we actually did a podcast "swap." podcast interview Kimberly Wilson tranquility

More Nonprofit Podcasts

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The Alzheimer Society of Ontario recently launched a podcast series called Talk for. The half-dozen podcasts were rolled out in January and February as part of the publicity for fundraising activites held in 46 communities across Ontario. According to the post, the authors believes it was the first Canadian healthcare charity to offer a podcast. I must have miss this, but I also learned that Britt Bravo joined the ranks of nonprofit podcasters with her first podcast.

Let's Connect: Twitter, Facebook, Ning & Podcasts

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Changeblogger Ning Network I've also set up a Ning network for Changebloggers, people who use their blogs, podcasts and vlogs to make positive change. Hello Have Fun * Do Gooders! I'm back from a relaxing vacation and feeling energized.

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5 Podcasts That Keep Me Company

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I listen to podcasts while I cook, garden, walk, commute, and travel. Although podcasts haven't reached the same popularity as blogs and online video, their audience is increasing. The blog , that goes with the podcast, also has links to transcripts of each show.

Alli Chagi-Starr, Art in Action/Ella Baker Center, Podcast Interview Transcription

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Today's Big Vision Podcast transcript is from an interview with arts activist, Alli Chagi-Starr. You can hear the orginal podcast on Gcast , Odeo or iTunes. Welcome to the Big Vision Podcast where we talk with individuals and organizations that are creating positive change.

Web 2.0 Part III: Blogs, Podcasting and Vlogs

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Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Web 2.0 Part III: Blogs, Podcasting and Vlogs September 27, 2006 When I start out these series, I seem to have an idea in hand about how to organize them, which, invariably, gets rearranged in the course of writing. So, here’s the post about Blogs, and their follow ons: podcasting and vlogging. As for podcasting and vlogging.

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Free Inspiration: She-ro's Journey E-book + Creative Living with Jamie Podcast

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and Jamie Ridler's Creative Living with Jamie Podcast. is a compilation of 40 + women's answers via essay, photography, video, poetry and art to her question, "How are you stepping into your she-ro's journey these days?

Leesa Barnes: How To Plan A Killer Podcast

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She was one of the few women presenting too and later during a brief podcast interview I did with her, we discussed that issue. Her session, " Plan a Killer Podcast " was fantastic! What type of planning do you do for your podcasts?

The First Big Vision Podcast

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I am VERY excited to announce the launch of my new podcast, The Big Vision podcast. Alli is an arts activist who is presently the Cultural Arts Director for the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights’ Reclaim the Future Program. Alli is also the co-founder of Art and Revolution, and founder of Art in Action, Dancers without Borders and the Radical Performance Fest. podcast alli starr ella baker center art in action activism

One Year of Big Visionaries on the Big Vision Podcast

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February 18th was the Big Vision Podcast's One Year Anniversary. Listen Read activist activism podcast interview. Tags: podcast activism activist interview Wahoo! I have just loved talking with all 19 of these amazing people about their activism, what path brought them to their work, and their advice for others. If you haven't already, I encourage you to listen to, or read their stories, and contact them if you want to get involved.

Big Vision Podcast 2: Interview with Viet-Ly Nguyen

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I put up my second Big Vision podcast on Sunday. She talks about her work at Streetside and as an arts educator. A side note about using Gcast for podcasting. podcast arts education streetside stories

Barry's Blog: Key Arts Policies

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the blog of Barry Hessenius, executive director of Alonzo King Lines Ballet in San Francisco, and former executive director of the California Arts Council takes an interesting twist on a group blog. s McLaughlin Group , this blog will draw on the participation of 14 leaders in the arts to debate key policy issues and developments in the arts and culture sector. The blog is being hosted by Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF) at www.westaf.org/blog and join in the dialogue!

Zen and the Art of Technology Blog

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My colleague, Michelle Murrain , and very well respected in the nonprofit technology space even though she transitioned to another field , has a revived and renamed her blog " Zen and the art of Nonprofit Technology." As for podcasting and vlogging.

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Interviews with 30 Social Changemakers: Big Vision Podcast 2nd Anniversary

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February 18, 2008 was the 2nd anniversary of the Big Vision Podcast ! I've listed all of the interviews below with links to the podcast and the transcript. A big thanks to everyone who listens to the program and reads the interview transcripts here on Have Fun * Do Good.

13 Women Changing the World

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I've interviewed soooo many amazing women for the Big Vision Podcast who are changing the world that I thought I'd post a sampler of interviews with 13 women from over the last four years. Listen: Big Vision Podcast interview (April 20, 2010) Read: Transcript on Have Fun, Do Good 3.

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Interviews with 48 Changemakers: 4th Anniversary of the Big Vision Podcast

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Below are links to conversations with 48 big visionaries who I've interviewed for the Big Vision Podcast over the last four years. You can subscribe to the show on the Big Vision Podcast website, or via iTunes.

nfp 2.0 » For Art’s sake… Buy a Brushstroke

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1) myspace (1) nspcc (2) oxfam (2) podcast (1) second life (5) social impact (6) social media (16) social networking (6) storytelling (6) tagging (3) web 2.0 (18) The Art Fund charity has added a further £500,000.

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Why aren't the Walker Arts Center Bloggers Vlogging?

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I just popped over to the Walker Arts Center blogs to see if more departments had entered the blogosphere. They posted some notes about their future plans for podcasting. When I interviewed the Walker Bloggers two months ago, there were only two departments.

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The Novice Interpreter and the Art of Conversation

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This week, I listened to the new podcast episode of Radiolab , my favorite NPR show. The podcast featured the two hosts, Robert Krulwich and Jad Abumrad, speaking to a crowd about their unique partnership.

New Power & Social Good: Thoughts from Jeremy Heimans

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Jeremy Heimans, co-author with Henry Timms of the best-selling book “New Power,” recently spoke with Blackbaud’s Rachel Hutchisson at bbcon 2018 for a recording of The sgENGAGE Podcast. To hear what Jeremy had to say about the role of new power in healthcare, how funders can be more effective, and leveraging moral power in any sector, listen to the full podcast here: Episode 72: New Power & Social Good.

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Connecting Homeless Youth and Shelter Animals: 20-Year-Old Rachel Cohen, Hand2Paw

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You can listen and subscribe to the Big Vision Podcast via iTunes , or on the player above. June 1-22: My Juicy Blogging E-course: The Art and Play of Blogging for Artists, Writers, Creative Entrepreneurs and Do-Gooders. Big Vision Podcast interview

Creating Your Generosity Plan: Kathy LeMay, Raising Change

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You can listen and subscribe to the Big Vision Podcast via iTunes , or on the player above. Juicy Blogging E-course: The Art and Play of Blogging July 9: Jumpstart your Blog! Big Vision Podcast" 'Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.'

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Halle Butvin, One Mango Tree, A Fair Trade Clothing Company

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You can listen and subscribe to the Big Vision Podcast via iTunes , or on the player above. Show Notes I have two workshops coming up: September 21-October 12 I'll be offering my Juicy Blogging E-Course: The Art and Play of Blogging. Big Vision Podcast

More on Podcasting Without Electricity. some creative ideas from the Walker

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And while on the topic of nonprofit podcasting, the thread on TechSoup. I'm a big fan of the Walker's experimentation with blogs, wikis, and podcasting. Eric posted some excellent thoughts on the problem that Cambodian bloggers have to get past - podcasting without electricity. We have a couple of projects going on at the Walker Art Center that are audio based. In some ways this may help with your question about podcasting without electricity. Art on Call.

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Samin Nosrat: Cook, Teacher, Writer, Accidental Activist

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You can listen and subscribe to the Big Vision Podcast via iTunes , or on the player above. September 21-October 12: I'll be offering my Juicy Blogging E-Course: The Art and Play of Blogging. Big Vision Podcast interview

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Empowering Low-Income Families to Create Prosperity: Interview with Ben Mangan

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He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Vassar College (which is how I know him), and a Master of Public Policy from Harvard University's Kennedy School. You can listen and subscribe to the Big Vision Podcast via iTunes , or on the player above. Big Vision Podcast"It's important to never lose track of leveraging the strengths of the people that we serve.

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Next Generation Big Visionary: 18-Year-Old Aneesha Raghunathan, Hope Line Fashions

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I was so impressed with her work as a young social entrepreneur that I wanted to share it with you on this month's Big Vison Podcast. You can listen and subscribe to the Big Vision Podcast via iTunes , its landing page , or on the player above. Big Vision Podcast