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The value of this research, as a tool to guide policy and fund development and to improve management practices, will be measured best by its application—the dialogue, creative problem solving, and action it generates to address inequities in dance and move the art form forward.
In the two years following the release of the Cultural Plan, the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs and its partners made progress on a wide range of the strategies and recommendations in CreateNYC. In July 2019, the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs released the new CreateNYC Action Plan, along with a redesign of the CreateNYC website.
NAS is pleased to announce the exceptional leaders selected to its fifth class of the Chief Executive Program. At a time when many arts and culture executives feel increasingly isolated and under-supported, the Chief Executive Program connects an international cohort of CEOs to explore leadership and strengthen their efforts to drive change in their organizations, communities and in the cultural field.
The Director of Content and Design/National Resource Center will oversee the coordination and execution of the efforts required for the development of products and services on the National Resource Center
One of the toughest challenges for any leader is getting traction for new ideas. Winning support can be a struggle. As a result, powerful new ideas often get stuck. This is especially true in the cultural sector. People involved in arts and culture often have little time and even less money for experimentation and risks.
In a bold resolution on June 20, the Board of Trustees of the Association of Art Museum Directors’s (AAMD) urged art museums to end their longstanding practice of employing unpaid interns. Although it lacks any binding force, the resolution holds the potential to upend the way museums hire and compensate their interns.