Catalog Advanced Search

Search by Categories
Search in Packages
Search by Format
Search by Date Range
Products are filtered by different dates, depending on the combination of live and on-demand components that they contain, and on whether any live components are over or not.
Start
End
Search by Keyword
Sort By
  • Series: Understanding Arts Education Constituents' Roles

    Contains 7 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/15/2012

    Seven part series on Arts Education Constituents and their roles.

    Part 1: Understanding Federal Constituents in Arts Education

    Just how much power do federal constituents wield in the ecosystem of arts education? Learn how to create and leverage relationships from the White House to the US Dept of Education, and learn why you should be inviting your member of Congress to your next event!

    This webinar is one of a seven part series as Americans for the Arts rolls out a toolkit, The Arts Education Field Guide, which will illuminate ways to navigate the complex web of citizens, policy-makers, government entities, and organizations that influence arts education from the school house to the White House and from the living room to the board room.

    Presenters: Narric Rome, Senior Director of Federal Affairs and Arts Education, Americans for the Arts; Heather Noonan, Vice President for Advocacy, League of American Orchestras

    Moderated by: Kristen Engebretsen, Arts Education Program Coordinator, Americans for the Arts

    Recorded:Thursday, January 26, 2012


    Part 2: Understanding State-Level Constituents in Arts Education

    States wield an enormous amount of power in education through both legislation and funding. Learn how your organization can better partner with your state's arts council, advocacy groups, and Department of Education, to the benefit of arts learning.

    This webinar is one of a seven part series as Americans for the Arts rolls out a toolkit, The Arts Education Field Guide, which will illuminate ways to navigate the complex web of citizens, policy-makers, government entities, and organizations that influence arts education from the school house to the White House and from the living room to the board room.

    Presented by: Joe Landon, Executive Director, California Alliance for Arts Education; Jordan Crosby, Director of Arts and Education Initiative, The Education Policy and Leadership Center.

    Moderated by: Narric Rome, Senior Director of Federal Affairs and Arts Education, Americans for the Arts; Kristen Engebretsen, Arts Education Program Coordinator, Americans for the Arts

    Recorded: Thursday, February 23, 2012


    Part 3: Understanding School Boards' Role in Arts Education

    School boards often provide infrastructure support for arts education. They review, revise, and adopt superintendents' proposed budgets, policy, and arts education curriculum. Learn more about how they can be a primary audience for advocacy efforts through this webinar and explore examples of interactions with school boards from two cities.

    This webinar is one of a seven part series as Americans for the Arts rolls out a toolkit, The Arts Education Field Guide, which will illuminate ways to navigate the complex web of citizens, policy-makers, government entities, and organizations that influence arts education from the school house to the White House and from the living room to the board room.

    Presented by: Abe Flores, Advocacy Field Manager, Arts for LA; Kanisha R. Williams-Jones, Director, Educational Services and Caucus Liaison, National School Boards Association

    Moderated by: Narric Rome, Senior Director of Federal Affairs and Arts Education, Americans for the Arts; Kristen Engebretsen, Arts Education Program Coordinator, Americans for the Arts

    Recorded: Thursday, March 22, 2012


    Part 4: Understanding Superintendents' Role in Arts Education

    Superintendents can play a crucial role in arts education. They propose budgets; provide district wide training (including professional development for teachers and leadership training for principals); hire and empower curriculum directors (including district arts coordinators); and can ensure the arts are included in district planning. This webinar will share a case study about 5 different district leaders, and help you learn the importance of the superintendent position within the field of arts education.

    This webinar is one of a seven part series as Americans for the Arts rolls out a toolkit, The Arts Education Field Guide, which will illuminate ways to navigate the complex web of citizens, policy-makers, government entities, and organizations that influence arts education from the school house to the White House and from the living room to the board room.

    Presenter: Talia Gibas, Associate Manager, Arts for All, Los Angeles County Arts Commission

    Moderated by: Kristen Engebretsen, Arts Education Program Coordinator, Americans for the Arts; Narric Rome, Senior Director of Federal Affairs and Arts Education, Americans for the Arts

    Recorded: Thursday, May 24, 2012



    Part 5: Understanding Business Partnerships for Arts Education

    Business leaders can be key advocates for arts education. They can champion arts education by offering internships, mobilizing resources, and raising visibility and can also be effective advocates with elected officials because of their role as a driver of the local economy. With this much local clout, you can't afford to pass up partnerships with local businesses. This webinar can help you learn how to move local businesses from single event sponsors to more fully engaged educational stakeholders within your community.

    This webinar is one of a seven part series as Americans for the Arts rolls out a toolkit, The Arts Education Field Guide, which will illuminate ways to navigate the complex web of citizens, policy-makers, government entities, and organizations that influence arts education from the school house to the White House and from the living room to the board room.

    Presented by: Jim Herr, Senior Manager, Global Corporate Citizenship, Boeing; Gayle Villani, Vice President, Programs, PENCIL

    Moderated by: Narric Rome, Senior Director of Federal Affairs and Arts Education, Americans for the Arts; Kristen Engebretsen, Arts Education Program Coordinator, Americans for the Arts

    Recorded: Thursday, July 26, 2012



    Part 6: Understanding Principals' Role in Arts Education

    We may be conditioned to think that going to the Principal's office is a bad thing, but it's high time you paid your local Principals a visit. They are critical partners to ensure better arts education in schools. Principals create a school vision; provide leadership and support, and set schedules, budgets and other priorities which can ensure that the arts get the same attention as other academic subjects. Join this webinar to learn from our expert presenters how you can start or grow your relationship with a school's instructional leader.

    This webinar is one of a seven part series as Americans for the Arts rolls out a toolkit, The Arts Education Field Guide, which will illuminate ways to navigate the complex web of citizens, policy-makers, government entities, and organizations that influence arts education from the school house to the White House and from the living room to the board room.

    Presented by: Una McAlinden, Executive Director, ArtsEd Washington; Doug Poage, principal, Parkwood Elementary; Laura Ploudre, former principal at Parkwood Elementary

    Moderated by: Narric Rome, Senior Director of Federal Affairs and Arts Education, Americans for the Arts; Kristen Engebretsen, Arts Education Program Coordinator, Americans for the Arts

    Recorded: Thursday, September 27, 2012


    Part 7: Understanding Parents' Role in Arts Education

    Art education and advocacy starts at home. A parent's strongest role supporting arts education should be as a local advocate. Parents levy expectations onto school boards and their child's principal and teachers, which can translate into a better environment for arts education. This kind of parental advocacy takes the form of votes, public opinion, volunteerism, fundraising and donations. Participate in this webinar to learn from our panel of experts how you can involve parents in your programs.

    This webinar is one of a seven part series as Americans for the Arts rolls out a toolkit, The Arts Education Field Guide, which will illuminate ways to navigate the complex web of citizens, policy-makers, government entities, and organizations that influence arts education from the school house to the White House and from the living room to the board room.

    Presenters: Doug Israel, Director of Research and Policy, The Center for Arts Education

    Moderated by: Narric Rome, Senior Director of Federal Affairs and Arts Education, Americans for the Arts; Kristen Engebretsen, Arts Education Program Coordinator, Americans for the Arts;

    Recorded: Thursday, November 15, 2012



  • Award Winning Arts and Business Partnerships (The pARTnership Movement series 2012)

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/14/2012

    Each year the BCA 10 honors ten businesses that have been exceptional partners with the arts organizations in their communities.

    Each year the BCA 10 honors ten businesses that have been exceptional partners with the arts organizations in their communities. These companies set the standard of excellence and serve as role models for other businesses to follow. Hear directly from the 2012 honorees about how they support the arts and learn how to create successful partnerships with the businesses in your community.

  • Inside a Museum Turnaround

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/09/2012

    Nina Simon, known for her popular blog Museum 2.0, has been acclaimed for her visionary approach to engaging the public in cultural institutions to make them more dynamic, relevant, essential places.

    Nina Simon, known for her popular blog Museum 2.0, has been acclaimed for her visionary approach to engaging the public in cultural institutions to make them more dynamic, relevant, essential places. Last year, Ms. Simon took on the task of turning around a cultural institution that was floundering financially, testing out her community-centered approach with the aim of creating a dynamic new future for the Museum of Art & History in Santa Cruz. By taking risks and engaging audiences and donors in new ways, the Museum has experienced a dramatic financial and programmatic turnaround. Find out what Nina Simon learned and how you can apply ideas of participatory design to connect with community members and inspire collaboration and co-creation of new cultural experiences.

    Presenters: Presented by: Nina Simon, Author and Executive Director The Museum of Art & History, Santa Cruz, CA


  • Building Partnerships with Business: Employee Engagement and the Arts (The pARTnership Movement series)

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/19/2012

    Even in the current economy, businesses are still searching for innovative ways to recruit and retain employees. Hear from businesses that recognize the arts can help solve these issues. Learn from arts organizations and human resource managers who have successfully partnered for mutual success.

    Even in the current economy, businesses are still searching for innovative ways to recruit and retain employees. Hear from businesses that recognize the arts can help solve these issues. Learn from arts organizations and human resource managers who have successfully partnered for mutual success.

    Presenters: Connie Valentine, President & CEO, Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville; Laurie Mcintosh, Director, Member Engagement, Society for Human Resource Management; Jeff Tetrick, CFO Pinnacol Assurance


  • 2012 Creative Conversations: Emerging Leaders and Community Leadership

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/12/2012

    In June 2012, Americans for the Arts hosted our first Emerging Leaders Preconference in 7 years. The theme centered on the arts administrator's role in the broader community, providing attendees the opportunity to discover the path from arts professional to community leader. Join us on this webinar to discuss ideas for hosting your 2012 Creative Conversation including hosting best practices, topic ideas, and Emerging Leader Network engagement.

    In June 2012, Americans for the Arts hosted our first Emerging Leaders Preconference in 7 years. The theme centered on the arts administrator's role in the broader community, providing attendees the opportunity to discover the path from arts professional to community leader. Join us on this webinar to discuss ideas for hosting your 2012 Creative Conversation including hosting best practices, topic ideas, and Emerging Leader Network engagement. Also hear about the overarching lessons learned at the preconference, and how you can begin to put action around your own personal path to community leadership.

    Presented by: Teniqua Broughton, Executive Director, Act One Foundation; Stephanie Hanson, Leadership Development Program Manager, Americans for the Arts; Todd Eric Hawkins, Project Manager, Public Art for Public Schools, NYC School Construction Authority; Madeline Orton, Programs and Services Associate, ArtPride New Jersey, Inc.


  • Digital Marketing: Today‚Äôs Most Actionable Direct Response Tool

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 08/22/2012

    In the context of today's rapidly shifting media environment, learn current best practices and tips for targeting both existing and prospective new patrons where they gather online, plus how to deliver compelling campaigns that build engagement and result in measurable transactions.

    In the context of today's rapidly shifting media environment, learn current best practices and tips for targeting both existing and prospective new patrons where they gather online, plus how to deliver compelling campaigns that build engagement and result in measurable transactions. The webinar will cover a wide spectrum of information including digital advertising delivery mechanisms, targeting specific audience profiles, creative best practices, how to best leverage search engine marketing (SEM), as well as integration and tracking results within ticketing platforms.

    Sharing actual arts organization case study data and examples, this webinar will examine the synergies of integrating multiple digital tools to drive brand value and reach targeted audiences efficiently and cost-effectively.

    Presented by: Julie Begley, Managing Director, MoGoARTS Marketing; Doug Mowbray, President and CEO, MoGoARTS Marketing

    Moderated by: Laura Kakolewski, Program Coordinator for Arts Marketing and Audience Engagement, Americans for the Arts


  • Public Art Evaluation: Principles & Methodology for Measuring Social Impact

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 08/16/2012

    When public art administrators are asked to make the case for their program, it is beneficial for them to look at both the economic and social impact of the artworks within the larger urban, social and cultural context.

    When public art administrators are asked to make the case for their program, it is beneficial for them to look at both the economic and social impact of the artworks within the larger urban, social and cultural context. Is there a reliable framework that can be the basis of good public art evaluation? And what are some simple yet effective evaluation methods that public art programs can implement? These questions and more will be addressed in Americans for the Arts' ongoing work in measuring the impact of public art.

    Presented by: Recent PAN and Animating Democracy Blog Salon contributors Dr. Elizabeth Morton, Professor in Practice, Urban Affairs and Planning, Virginia Tech, Alexandria campus; Angela Adams, Public Art Administrator, Arlington Cultural Affairs, Arlington, VA and Katherine Gressel, artist and Programs Manager at Smack Mellon Gallery (NY); Pam Korza, Co-Director Animating Democracy, Americans for the Arts


  • The Psychology of Social Media: Using Human Behavior to Drive Online Interactions

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 07/24/2012

    Nobody wants to take the last donut on the conference room table (people will go as far as to cut it in half just so they won't be the last one).

    Nobody wants to take the last donut on the conference room table (people will go as far as to cut it in half just so they won't be the last one). The same thing happens on your Facebook page: nobody wants to be the first to comment on your recent post. We are social creatures governed by complex behavioral rules. In this webinar, arts marketing consultant and consumer psychologist Ron Evans will explore techniques to tap into everyday human behavior to help drive engagement via social media. By explaining and applying research done by social psychologists, this session will be applicable to any of your social media channels.

    Presenters: Ron Evans, Principal, Groupofminds.com -- arts technology planning and audience engagement


  • Incorporating Digital Marketing Into Your Fundraising Plan

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/20/2012

    Your donors are online, and your fundraising strategy must reflect this reality. As your organization's demographics change, so must your tactics for reaching new members in order to cultivate them into active supporters and, eventually, long-term donors.

    Your donors are online, and your fundraising strategy must reflect this reality. As your organization's demographics change, so must your tactics for reaching new members in order to cultivate them into active supporters and, eventually, long-term donors. Digital marketing's many platforms allow your organization to reach the right audience at the right time, in increasingly targeted and sophisticated ways, yielding measurable return on investment (ROI).

    Join us for an introduction to how digital marketing and advertising can be used to improve your fundraising effectiveness. Learn best practices to test your way into online marketing and maximizing fundraising ROI. Our presenters will provide an overview and case study on best practices for integrated marketing and fundraising using:

    * Search Advertising
    * Banner Advertising
    * Video Advertising
    * Social Media Advertising such as Facebook
    * Remarketing / Retargeting
    * Integration with Other Efforts

    If you're looking to turn online support into individuals contributing to your mission, you will not want to miss this session!

    Presented by: Kimberly O'Donnell, Chief Marketing Officer, WealthEngine; Amy Gonzalez, President, Blueprint Interactive

    Moderated by: Laura Kakolewski, Program Coordinator, Arts Marketing and Audience Engagement, Americans for the Arts.

    This webinar was sponsored by:
    American University - Graduate Certificate in Technology and Arts Management
    For more information, e-mail artsmgtcert@american.edu.


  • Reclaiming the F-Word: Folk Arts, Shifting Populations & Civic Engagement

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/14/2012

    In this webinar, we will explore the importance of folk and traditional arts, highlighting how they connect individuals to their communities, foster dialogue between groups, and build cultural and civic capacity.

    In this webinar, we will explore the importance of folk and traditional arts, highlighting how they connect individuals to their communities, foster dialogue between groups, and build cultural and civic capacity. Presenters will offer you examples of folk and traditional arts as a method for creating civic engagement and social change and show how they are key to both preservation and participation.

    Presented by: Betsy Peterson, Director of the American Folklife Center, Amy Kitchener, Executive Director of the Alliance for California Traditional Arts; Maria Rosario Jackson, Senior Research Associate in the Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center and Director of the Urban Institute's Culture, Creativity, and Communities Program.