OkTECHberfest: Tech Tools for the Arts part 3

For those of you just joining us, we’re in day three of celebrating OkTECHberfest, a week-long convening of our fabulous Tech staff in New York City. Every day this week we’ll be sharing some of our tech team’s favorite tech tools that you may or may not have heard of! There’s a treasure trove of [...]

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OkTECHberfest: Tech Tools for the Arts part 2

For those of you just joining us, we’re in day two of celebrating OkTECHberfest, a week-long convening of our fabulous Tech staff in New York City. Every day this week we’ll be sharing some of our tech team’s favorite tech tools that you may or may not have heard of! There’s a treasure trove of [...]

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OkTECHberfest: Tech Tools for the Arts part 1

It’s probably not much of a secret that we love technology. Since day 1, we’ve been leveraging custom-built technology to address the challenges facing the arts community. It’s one of the things that helped the organization to grow from a few hundred members back in the early aughts to over 29,000 members today. We love [...]

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Upcoming Grant Deadlines

For all opportunities, please visit the website of the Foundation for application instructions and complete guidelines.
***If you’re seeking info on the MAP Fund, please see my blog post from August 12.***
The Marshall L. and Perrine D. McCune Charitable Foundation is accepting applications for 2014 funding.
Who they Fund: The McCune Charitable Foundation funds projects that [...]

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26 Leaders On Attracting & Retaining Stellar Staff

Ever wonder what it takes to attract and retain really great staff who can move your organization forward? The video below asks 26 really smart people working across sectors to tackle that very question.
Last October, I was speaking with one of Fractured Atlas’s incredible Board members, Amy Wrzesniewski. Amy is an expert in Management and [...]

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Everyone’s Favorite Whipping Boy

Peter Singer is picking on the arts. In his recent NY Times Op Ed, he discusses the (still?) emerging practice of applying rigorous analysis to compare the effectiveness of different charities. His somewhat contrived, straw man example pits an organization seeking to prevent blindness in the developing world against an art museum raising money [...]

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Avoiding the Black Swan: Part III

This is the third installment of a three part series on the history, the legality, and the uncertain future of unpaid internship in the arts and culture sector…
We’ve discussed the history of the internship, some ethical questions around unpaid internships, and a legal framework for paid and unpaid internships. I think most of us in [...]

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Obamacare and You: What’s an Exchange?

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Now Hiring — Administrative Assistant

POSITION: Administrative Assistant
POSTED: August 14, 2013
DEADLINE: August 30, 2013

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Avoiding the Black Swan: Part II

This is the second installment of a three part series on the history, the legality, and the uncertain future of unpaid internship in the arts and culture sector…
A Legal Framework for Internships

In light of recent legal challenges to the internship status quo, many corporations and charitable organizations are sure to re-evaluate if their internship programs [...]

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