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Presentation as delivered to Andrew Taylor's "Survey of Arts Management" class at American University on October 1, 2012. Originally developed for the Arts Enterprise Summit 2012 in Claremont, CA.

Presentation as delivered to Andrew Taylor's "Survey of Arts Management" class at American University on October 1, 2012. Originally developed for the Arts Enterprise Summit 2012 in Claremont, CA.

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The Well-Informed Arts Professional

  1. 1. Survey of Arts Management October 1, 2012
  2. 2.  Dual career: composer + arts admin (2002-07)  Worked in fundraising for national service org  MBA at Yale School of Management, 2007-09  Research Director, Fractured Atlas
  3. 3.  Founded October 2007 (first year in b-school)  Personal journal to industry chronicle  0 to 3000 subscribers in <5 years
  4. 4.  ArtsJournal  GIA News  Philanthropy News Digest  Arts Watch  You’ve Cott Mail
  5. 5.  Google Reader  Createquity Highly Recommended Arts Blogs  Non-Arts Sources  FiveThirtyEight  Stanford Social Innovation Review  Harvard Business Review  ReadWriteWeb  Chronicle of Philanthropy
  6. 6.  Barry’s Blog annual rankings  Foundation Center grant stats  Organizations to know  Grantmakers in the Arts  Americans for the Arts  NEA  National service orgs  Unions, industry associations, etc.
  7. 7. DIKW Model Data Information Knowledge Wisdom
  8. 8. For analysis & interpretation  Createquity Arts Policy Library For the documents themselves  Foundation Center’s PubHub  Grantmakers in the Arts website
  9. 9. ian.moss@fracturedatlas.org www.createquity.com www.fracturedatlas.org

Editor's Notes

  • So, who the hell am I?
  • Transition: So, in all of that time I’ve had to learn how to keep my pulse on what’s happening in my field. I started out reading maybe 3 blogs; now it’s almost 200. Plus newsletters, magazines, etc. And there are definitely some that are more helpful than others.
  • OK. In my opinion, though, it’s not enough just to be well-informed about what everybody else is talking about. It’s also important to be informed about the things that people are not talking about. And that’s where research comes in.

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