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  • Creative Counties: Developing Successful Maker Spaces

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/20/2019

    What are makerspaces and how can they be leveraged to impact communities? Community makerspaces can impact communities as centers for education and/or economic development. This talk will explore these grassroots organizations and the work they are doing to teach through hands-on exploration, and creative problem-solving. It will look at what these spaces are doing do to transform communities and to support small business development. It will also give some insights about the types of support community makerspaces need to thrive. By exploring some successful community/makerspace partnerships, you will learn about some of the possibilities that can create positive impacts in the arts, in small business development, and in technology education within your community.

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     About this Webinar

    What are makerspaces and what impacts are they having on their communities? This talk will take a look at three specific examples of independent makerspaces, focusing on what they are doing do to transform education and support small business development in their communities. It will also explore some of the types of support community makerspaces need to thrive. By exploring these successful community/makerspace partnerships, you will learn how these partnerships can create significant positive impacts in the arts, in small business development, and in technology education so that you can bring your learnings back to the individuals in your area.  

    Learning Objectives

    Attendees will...

    • Gain a basic understanding of the services that makerspaces may offer
    • See case studies of successful community / makerspace partnerships that have had significant positive impacts on the people they serve
    • Learn about the largest needs of these community spaces and how to support them
    • Come away with a few ideas for building successful partnerships with independent non-profit and for-profit makerspaces

    Jennifer Deafenbaugh

    Data Visualization Specialist and Makerspace Advocate

    Jennifer Deafenbaugh is a data visualization specialist and makerspace advocate. She is presently leading the Data Working Group within the Nation of Makers organization to conduct their Annual Survey of Makerspaces and report out about the findings on MakeTheData.org. Jennifer helped found Make Nashville, a non-profit makerspace in Nashville, TN, serving as both a board member and the Director of Educational Programming. Serving the maker community is a volunteer side-venture for her. By day she works as a Multimedia Instructional Designer at Schneider Electric, and she has recently received a MPS in Information Visualization from the Maryland Institute College of Art.

    Twitter: @ittybittyartist  

    Websites

    Nation of Makers - nationofmakers.us 

    Make the Data – makethedata.org  

    Personal Portfolio - jenniferdeafenbaugh.com

  • Creative Counties

    Contains 2 Product(s)

    This series, created by the National Association of Counties (NACo) – in partnership with Americans for the Arts and with support from the National Endowment for the Arts – is built to provide county officials with a better understanding of how their communities can use arts and culture to transform place and solve local challenges.

    About this Series

    This series, created by the National Association of Counties (NACo) – in partnership with Americans for the Arts and with support from the National Endowment for the Arts – is built to provide county officials with a better understanding of how their communities can use arts and culture to transform place and solve local challenges.

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  • September 2019 Private Sector Network Call: Building Partnerships with your Chamber of Commerce

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/19/2019

    The Private Sector Network is open to all AFTA members who are interested in programming related to the intersection of arts and business. Conference calls serve as a way for members to connect regularly, learn about initiatives that engage the private sector and learn from colleagues.

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    Private Sector Network Call 

    Building Partnerships with Your Chamber of Commerce

    September 2019 

    The Private Sector Network is open to all Americans for the Arts members who are interested in programming related to the intersection of arts and business. Conference calls serve as a way for members to connect regularly, learn about initiatives that engage the private sector and learn from colleagues. This year’s series focuses on the creative economy, what it means, and what program models exist out there that can serve as examples for how to explore this work in your community.

    Chambers of Commerce are important partners in our communities. They convene businesses, advocate for business-friendly policies, and have a voice at the economic-development table. It’s important for local arts agencies to establish partnerships with their Chambers to expand their network, explore new relationships with businesses, and provide the voice for how the arts can be part of community-building solutions. Hear from Nicole Mullet, Executive Director at Arts Now in Akron, OH, and Steve Millard, President & CEO of the Akron Chamber of Commerce, about their partnership and what they hope to accomplish. 

    Nicole Mullet

    Executive Director, Arts Now

    Nicole serves as the Executive Director of ArtsNow, an organization that helps build and strengthen a thriving Summit County arts and culture scene to add economic vitality and social vibrancy to our region. In this role, she collaborates with local leaders and organizations to advocate for the arts and culture sector, connects local talent to resources, and leads a team that promotes the diverse catalog of arts and culture offerings across multiple platforms to Summit County residents.

    Website: https://artsnow.org/

    Facebook: @SummitArtsNow

    Steve Millard

    President and CEO, Greater Akron Chamber

    Steve Millard is President & CEO of the Greater Akron Chamber and in that role is responsible for leading the Greater Akron Area’s Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce serving Medina, Portage and Summit Counties.  Steve’s work is focused on the chamber’s efforts to drive jobs and investment in the Greater Akron region, improve the region’s competitiveness and to advocate for the needs of the business community in the region with its elected and appointed officials.

    Prior to joining the Greater Akron Chamber, Steve has served as Executive Vice President of the Greater Cleveland Partnership; President and Executive Director of COSE (the Council of Smaller Enterprises); as a supply chain management consultant with Accenture (at that time Andersen Consulting) and as a supply chain specialist with GE Healthcare (at that time GE Medical Systems). 

    Steve is a certified chamber executive, serves on several not for profit and for profit boards and is a frequent adviser to businesses and a regular facilitator for strategic planning and leadership team retreats.

    Steve has a BS in Transportation and Distribution Management and a BS in Finance from Syracuse University and his MBA from Case Western Reserve University.  

    Website: https://www.greaterakronchamber.org/

    Jessica Stern (Moderator)

    Private Sector Initiatives Program Manager, Americans for the Arts

    Jessica is the Private Sector Initiatives Program Manager with Americans for the Arts. Prior to this position, she acted as the Membership and Resources Manager for the Nonprofit Association of Oregon (NAO), providing oversight of NAO’s statewide membership program while curating and reinventing its online platform of nonprofit management best practice resources. Prior to NAO, Jessica spent nearly five years working with Portland’s local business committee for the arts, Business for Culture & the Arts (BCA), delivering programs that engaged employees from BCA’s 200+ business members, managing all marketing and communications strategies, and retaining and cultivating corporate and community partnerships. Jessica has also served in development roles at Metropolitan Youth Symphony and Literary Arts; and has freelanced as an independent web designer and developer.

    The pARTnershipMovement: http://www.pARTnershipMovement.org

    pARTnershipMovement Tools & Resources: https://www.partnershipmovement.org/tools-resources

    The Arts+ Social Impact Explorer: https://www.americansforthearts.org/socialimpact

  • Five Key Things About the Current (and Future) Field of Teaching Artistry

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/16/2019

    The field of teaching artistry is growing, but in ways you may not expect. It is the workforce relied upon for most innovative experimentation into the future audiences in the U.S. Do you know its fastest growing areas? Do you have a vision for what it may well become? Join us for a webinar with Eric Booth, expert in the field of teaching artistry, as we take a look at the current state of teaching artists in the U.S.

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     About this Webinar

    The field of teaching artistry is growing, but in ways you may not expect.  It is the workforce relied upon for most innovative experimentation into the future audiences in the U.S.  Do you know its fastest growing areas?  Do you have a vision for what it may well become? Join us for a webinar with Eric Booth, expert in the field of teaching artistry, as we take a look at the current state of teaching artists in the U.S.

    Learning Objectives

    • Participants will get a clear sense of how the crucial (but often overlooked) teaching artist workforce is developing and being deployed.  
    • Participants will explore some field-leading projects and hurdles the field of teaching artistry faces. 

    Eric Booth

    Teaching Artistry Specialist

    In 2015 Eric Booth was given Americans for the Arts' Arts Education Leadership Award, and was named one of the 25 most influential people in the arts in the U.S. He began as a Broadway actor, and became a businessman (his company became the largest of its kind in the U.S. in 7 years), and author of seven books, the most recent are Playing for Their Lives (about the global El Sistema Movement) and Tending the Perennials: The Art and Spirit of a Personal Religion and The Music Teaching Artist's Bible.  He has been on the faculty of Juilliard (12 years), Tanglewood (5 years), The Kennedy Center (20 years), and Lincoln Center Education (for 40 years, where now he is a leader of their Teaching Artist Development Labs). He serves as a consultant for many arts organizations (including seven of the ten largest U.S. orchestras), cities, states and businesses around the U.S.. A frequent keynote speaker, he gave the closing keynote to UNESCO's first world arts education conference, and he founded the International Teaching Artist Conferences, and founded the Teaching Artist Journal, and is the only recipient of an honorary doctorate for teaching artistry. 

    Websites:

    http://ericbooth.net/

    http://tendingtheperennials.com/

  • A Look Forward into the Future of Arts Education

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/13/2019

    Passed by Congress in 2010, House Resolution 275 designates the week beginning with the second Sunday in September as National Arts in Education Week. During this week, the field of arts education joins together in communities across the country to tell the story of the impact of the transformative power of the arts in education. To close out this year’s week-long celebration, arts education professionals will discuss where the field of arts education can and should be headed.

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    Virtual Conversation

    A Look Forward into the Future of Arts Education


    Passed by Congress in 2010, House Resolution 275 designates the week beginning with the second Sunday in September as National Arts in Education Week. During this week, the field of arts education joins together in communities across the country to tell the story of the impact of the transformative power of the arts in education. To close out this year’s week-long celebration, arts education professionals will discuss where the field of arts education can and should be headed.

    Learning Objective

    Attendees will gain information on future topics and trends in the arts education field.

    Kelly Fey Bolender

    Arts Education Program Manager, Americans for the Arts

    Kelly Fey Bolender currently serves as Arts Education Program Manager for Americans for the Arts. Formerly, she held the position of Associate Director of Education at the Boch Center in Boston, MA. While serving as Associate Director, she led the Boch Center’s flagship arts-based youth leadership and employment programs, including the nationally-recognized City Spotlights Summer Leadership Program and Teen Leadership Council. Additionally at the Boch Center, she developed and facilitated arts-based literacy curriculum for the Target Arts In-School Residency Program and the Dudley Library Arts Festival. She also worked extensively in college and career readiness training for high school students, developing innovative programming for the Boch Center and the Universities at Shady Grove.

    Kelly centers her work on inclusivity and expanding access in the arts. Her original research exploring best practices for inclusivity and representation of marginalized populations in theatre for young audiences (TYA) in the United States is featured in the award-winning anthology of Latinx TYA, Palabras del Cielo: An Exploration of Latin@ Theatre for Young Audiences.

    She served on the Board of Directors for the American Alliance for Theatre and Education (AATE) and the New England Theatre Conference. She earned a Master’s in Theatre Education with a concentration in Theatre and Community from Emerson College, a Bachelor's degree in Media and Communication Studies from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and a certification in the Advancing Youth Development curriculum for youth workers.


    Twitter: @ArtsEdKelly

    Website: AmericansForTheArts.org

    National Arts in Education Week website: https://www.americansforthearts.org/by-topic/arts-education/national-arts-in-education-week

    To learn more about National Arts in Education week, visit the National Arts in Education Week website. 

  • Reflecting on the State of Arts Education

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/09/2019

    Passed by Congress in 2010, House Resolution 275 designates the week beginning with the second Sunday in September as National Arts in Education Week. During this week, the field of arts education joins together in communities across the country to tell the story of the impact of the transformative power of the arts in education. To kick off this year’s week-long celebration, arts education professionals will reflect on the current state of arts education in the United States, and review current topics and trends in the field.

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    Virtual Conversation

    Reflecting on the State of Arts Education


    Passed by Congress in 2010, House Resolution 275 designates the week beginning with the second Sunday in September as National Arts in Education Week. During this week, the field of arts education joins together in communities across the country to tell the story of the impact of the transformative power of the arts in education. To kick off this year’s week-long celebration, arts education professionals will reflect on the current state of arts education in the United States, and review current topics and trends in the field. 

    Learning Objective

    Attendees will gain information on current topics and trends in the arts education field.

    Kelly Fey Bolender

    Arts Education Program Manager, Americans for the Arts

    Kelly Fey Bolender currently serves as Arts Education Program Manager for Americans for the Arts. Formerly, she held the position of Associate Director of Education at the Boch Center in Boston, MA. While serving as Associate Director, she led the Boch Center’s flagship arts-based youth leadership and employment programs, including the nationally-recognized City Spotlights Summer Leadership Program and Teen Leadership Council. Additionally at the Boch Center, she developed and facilitated arts-based literacy curriculum for the Target Arts In-School Residency Program and the Dudley Library Arts Festival. She also worked extensively in college and career readiness training for high school students, developing innovative programming for the Boch Center and the Universities at Shady Grove.

    Kelly centers her work on inclusivity and expanding access in the arts. Her original research exploring best practices for inclusivity and representation of marginalized populations in theatre for young audiences (TYA) in the United States is featured in the award-winning anthology of Latinx TYA, Palabras del Cielo: An Exploration of Latin@ Theatre for Young Audiences.

    She served on the Board of Directors for the American Alliance for Theatre and Education (AATE) and the New England Theatre Conference. She earned a Master’s in Theatre Education with a concentration in Theatre and Community from Emerson College, a Bachelor's degree in Media and Communication Studies from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and a certification in the Advancing Youth Development curriculum for youth workers.


    Twitter: @ArtsEdKelly

    Website: AmericansForTheArts.org

    National Arts in Education Week website: https://www.americansforthearts.org/by-topic/arts-education/national-arts-in-education-week

    To learn more about National Arts in Education week, visit the National Arts in Education Week website. 

  • The Nuts and Bolts of a Theory of Change for Any Organization

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 08/21/2019

    What is a Theory of Change? How might it help your organization? Theory of Change is a map that describes a process of change. It tells the story of what your organization does and the impacts it hopes to have. It can be the first step in evaluating an organization’s impact. In this webinar, Anika Kwinana from The Kennedy Center and Rachel Engh from Metris Arts Consulting will discuss how any arts and culture organization, no matter its size or operating budget, can make a relevant and useful Theory of Change.

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     About this Webinar

    What is a Theory of Change? How might it help your organization? Theory of Change is a map that describes a process of change. It tells the story of what your organization does and the impacts it hopes to have. It can be the first step in evaluating an organization’s impact. In this webinar, Anika Kwinana from The Kennedy Center and Rachel Engh from Metris Arts Consulting will discuss how any arts and culture organization, no matter its size or operating budget, can make a relevant and useful Theory of Change.

    Anika Kwinana

    Manager, National Partnerships, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

    Anika Kwinana is an artist and arts manager who is passionate about the role of the arts in supporting community development.  Her work has included directing music and arts programming for a diverse, 5,000-member religious organization in South Africa, where she mentored and led 100+ volunteer artists; produced, wrote and performed on two live CD-DVD projects; and, oversaw concerts, conferences and facility rentals. 

    She also managed, facilitated and fundraised for several community-based youth, HIV-AIDS, and women’s empowerment organizations in the country.  In the U.S, Anika has designed and implemented STEM and arts-related college and career fairs, with an emphasis on concept development; event management; committee oversight; program design and implementation; and, partnership-building.  She is currently Manager, National Partnerships in the Education Division at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, where she co-leads the Any Given Child Initiative, supporting 27 communities, nationally, to expand equitable access to quality arts education for public school students.  Anika is a Commissioner for the Arlington County Commission for the Arts where she chairs the Community Arts Advisory Committee. She is also an executive board member (Treasurer) for the Arts Administrators of Color Network. Anika holds an M.A. in Arts Management from George Mason University and an M.A. Public Anthropology from American University.  Her most recent work with Americans for the Arts was a co-presented workshop at the 2019 Convention, “How to Make and Use a Theory of Change” and moderated an ArtsU webinar, “Advancing the Diversity of Your Board.”

    Twitter: @anikakwinana  

    Rachel Engh

    Researcher/Planner, Metris Arts Consulting

    Rachel Engh is a researcher/planner at Metris Arts Consulting (@metrisarts). Located in Easton, PA, Metris provides research, planning, and evaluation services to reveal arts’ impacts and help communities equitably improve their cultural vitality. Before joining Metris in 2015, Rachel worked for the City of Minneapolis in the office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy. She has spoken about Metris’ work for conferences and webinars and has contributed articles to Public Art Review, Createquity, and Americans’ for the Arts’ ARTSblog. When she’s not at Metris, Rachel enjoys sending postcards to family and friends, spending time along the Delaware River, and watching her cat, Harriet, chase crumpled up pieces of paper. Rachel holds a Master of Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs and a B.A. in Sociology from Grinnell College. She can be contacted at engh@metrisarts.com

    Website: www.metrisarts.com

  • Supporting Individual Artists Coffee Chat: Creating a Retreat Style Experience for Artists

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 08/19/2019

    What do you need to think about when considering building retreat-style experiences for artists? This Coffee Chat with Lindsay Gates, Executive Director of Touchstone Center for Crafts​, discusses the many configurations of artistic retreats and spaces, the unexpected benefits of such experiences for both artists and organizations, the realized benefits that professional and emerging artists experience, and more.

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    About this Conversation

    Supporting Individual Artists Coffee Chat

    Creating a Retreat Style Experience for Artists

    Americans for the Arts is excited to bring you a monthly series of informal discussions about supporting individual artists. As part of Americans for the Arts ongoing program, Arts Administrators Essentials: Supporting Individual Artists, these monthly "Coffee Chats" are your opportunity to hear from individuals and organizations in the arts and culture field that support individual artists as part of their everyday work. Each month, we will bring you a new topic to support your work with artists. Our topic for August 2019 will be about creating retreat-style experiences for individual artists.

    What do you need to know to create a retreat-style experience for artists?

    Lindsay Gates, Executive Director of Touchstone Center for Crafts, discusses the many configurations of artistic retreats and spaces, the unexpected benefits of such experiences for both artists and organizations, the realized benefits that professional and emerging artists experience, and more. 


    This project is supported in part by the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation.

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    Lindsay Ketterer Gates

    Executive Director, Touchstone Center for Crafts

    Lindsay has an undergraduate degree in Fine Arts (1996), a graduate certificate in Non Profit Management/Arts Administration (2002) and a Masters of Business Administration (2018). She was employed as the Director of Development at Peters Valley School of Craft for many years before taking on the role of Executive Director at Touchstone Center for Crafts in May of 2018. Lindsay is the Vice President of the board of directors of the National Basketry Organization and helps to lead their development efforts. For over 20 years she has been a studio artist whose work is in the permanent collection of the American Embassy in the Republic of Djibouti, The Museum of Art and Design in NYC, Yale University Art Gallery as well as other international collections. She has work on tour in the exhibition ‘Rooted, Revived, Reinvented: Basketry in the 21st Century’ and recently had work on loan in the American Embassy in Bandar Seri Begawan and ‘Innovators and Legends; Generations in Textiles and Fibers”. She is sought to teach and lecture nationally and has spoken and taught at the Smithsonian's American Craft Museum – Renwick Gallery, St. Louis Art Museum, Textile Study Group of NY, Haystack Mt. School of Craft, Penland School of Crafts, Arrowmont School of Craft, Peters Valley School of Craft, SOFA Chicago, and the Fiber Arts Guild of Pittsburgh. Lindsay’s work has been featured on the cover of Metalsmith Magazine and on the pages of American Craft Magazine, FiberArts, Fiber Art Now, Surface Design Journal, Shuttle, Spindle and Dyepot Magazine, FIBERARTS Design Book VII, 500 Baskets, Making Good: An Inspirational Guide to being an Artist/Craftsmen, to name a few. In 2005 she was awarded an Individual Creative Artists Fellowship by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, administered by the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation. 

    Website: https://touchstonecrafts.org/

    Twitter: @touchstonecraft

  • August 2019 Emerging Leaders Network Call

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 08/15/2019

    Join us each quarter for conference call with the Emerging Leaders Network of Americans for the Arts. Every call will feature an Emerging Leader in the Arts and Culture field, discuss trends in the sector, include open space for Emerging Leaders to share and receive feedback, have an Americans for the Arts update, and more. Emerging Leaders from across the arts and culture sector are encouraged to join. Calls are open and free to members of Americans for the Arts. All calls will be recorded and archived.

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     August 2019 

    Emerging Leaders Network Call

    Join us each quarter for conference call with the Emerging Leaders Network of Americans for the Arts. Every call will feature an Emerging Leader in the Arts and Culture field, discuss trends in the sector, include open space for Emerging Leaders to share and receive feedback, have an Americans for the Arts update, and more. Emerging Leaders from across the arts and culture sector are encouraged to join. Calls are open and free to members of Americans for the Arts. All calls will be recorded and archived.

    Guest Emerging Leader: Colleen McCartney, ArtsMemphis

    Topic: Job Hunting Tips & Tricks

    Would you like to be featured on one of our quarterly calls? Email Cristyn Johnson to find out more.

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    Colleen McCartney

    Grants and Initiatives Manager, ArtsMemphis

    Colleen McCartney currently serves as the as the Grants and Initiatives Manager for ArtsMemphis after having completed a B.A. in Anthropology from Texas Tech University and an M.A in Applied Anthropology with a concentration in Globalization, Development and Culture and a Museum Studies certificate from the University of Memphis. Colleen’s position allows her to serve a broad and diverse community, administering over 160 grants totaling nearly $2.5 million dollars, benefiting over 75 art organizations and artists in the Memphis metroplex. These grants help to sustain Memphis’ world-renowned cultural vitality and strengthen local communities through the arts. Prior to working at ArtsMemphis, she held programming and administrative positions at various museums, including the National Civil Rights Museum. While an undergraduate she held leadership positions in her local chapter of her service sorority, Gamma Alpha Omega, as well as serving as Student Director on its National Board. She has continued her community service as a member of the Junior League of Memphis. Her life-long passion for art, culture and community service led to her role at ArtsMemphis, where she is honored to able to experience and influence the transformative power of the arts every day.

    Cristyn Johnson

    Local Arts Advancement Program Manager, Americans for the Arts

    Cristyn Johnson is the Local Arts Advancement Program Manager at Americans for the Arts. In this capacity, she develops Americans for the Arts’ comprehensive full-career-spectrum field education offerings to advance competent and informed local, regional and national arts professionals.  She also develops a suite of programs and resources centered around the full leadership pipeline and organizational needs of a diverse workforce. She manages, grows, and cultivates an Emerging Leaders Network, a Mid-Career Leaders Network, and an Executive Leaders Network by building a connected network of arts professionals in the field of practices, who can share their knowledge with the field at large.        

  • Digital Marketing for Cultural Organizations

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 08/14/2019

    At a time when the amount of online content has become overwhelming, cost-efficient strategies that allow cultural organizations to thrive are increasingly essential. Join us for a webinar on 8/13 about digital marketing initiatives that have helped cultural entities grow customer loyalty, boost revenues, and raise awareness about programs and services.

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    About this Webinar

    At a time when the amount of online content has become overwhelming, cost-efficient strategies that allow arts and cultural organizations with modest budgets to thrive are increasingly essential. In this webinar, Daniel Gallant, Executive Director of Nuyorican Poets Café, leads a discussion of social media strategies and online marketing initiatives that have helped the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, Arts Japan 2020, and other cultural entities to grow customer loyalty, boost revenues, and raise awareness about programs and services. Organizations of all sizes can learn from the achievements of small cultural entities that have exploited nuances of the online marketing sphere to outperform their larger competitors in key categories. 

    Daniel Gallant

    Marketing Consultant

    Daniel Gallant is the Executive Director of the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, the Director of Arts Japan 2020, and a marketing consultant. He is the recipient of an Eisenhower Fellowship and fellowships from National Arts Strategies and the Devos Institute; he was also recently named to the Fulbright Specialist roster. His writing has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Time Out New York, the New York Post, six anthologies from Applause Books and Vintage Books and elsewhere. He has been featured in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Forbes, Adweek, Crains New York, Inc., New York Magazine, and on MTV, NPR, NY1, PBS, CNN’s United Shades of America and NPR's Planet Money. He has lectured and consulted about arts marketing for organizations including the Kennedy Center, PEN World Voices Festival, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Banff Arts Centre, the 92nd Street Y, Bloomberg Philanthropies, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Opera America, Fourth Arts Block, The Field, the Devos Institute, Columbia University and many more. 

    WEBSITE: https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Gallant

    WEBSITE: www.nuyorican.org

    TWITTER: @NuyoricanPoets