Impact investors have ignored the arts and culture sector, at the expense of the communities they seek to help.
Arts & Culture Innovations that improve the vibrancy of arts and culture in society
The funding ecosystem has a greater role to play in the survival of nonprofits than their internal structure.
Innovators are T-shaped. Social innovators must be more.
The Wooden Floor is licensing its successful model of using arts education to break the cycle of poverty.
Vi-Ability uses football to get disengaged British youth interested in acquiring the skills and experience necessary to succeed.
Arts and culture organizations have the power to drive the cultural movement America needs to deliver democracy.
The Contributor Development Partnership is revitalizing public broadcasting with a fundraising model that can help other large nonprofits with local affiliates.
The effective altruism movement could be more effective if it encouraged adoption of its principles within causes and geographies, not just across them.
Connecting arts goals to a foundation’s larger vision can make support for the arts more targeted and impactful.
From fraternity houses in the American Midwest to villages in rural India, Breakthrough is experimenting with novel approaches to reducing violence against women and girls.
Effective communication is not simply about getting your message out. It requires you to strategically tap into what shapes people’s feelings and values. Here we share five principles pulled from social science that will help you connect your work to what people care most about.
A look at how a set of unique partnerships and a new evaluative framework is supporting the development of more-inclusive, equitable art museum leadership.
We need to develop new processes of collective storytelling across sectors to navigate turbulent times and foster systems change.
America must invest in art and imaginative capacity.
The creative industries—those at the crossroads of arts, culture, business, and technology—can offer an economic jump-start for recovering economies.