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Getting In On The Super Bowl Action

It seems that culture organizations in Denver, CO and Charlotte, NC are leveraging the Super Bowl match between their respective teams for increased media coverage. The Denver Center for Performing Arts bet the Blumenthal Performing Arts and Children’s Theater in Charlotte their team would win (h/t Thomas Cott) while the Colorado Symphony Orchestra and Charlotte […]

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Adopting Video Storytelling Technics To Make Better Connections

Toward the end of 2015, I had the pleasure of working with Brian Artka from Size43 Creative, a firm that describes itself as creating films that connect people on a human level. Not long ago, Artka pointed me toward a presentation he put together for the Wisconsin Chapter of the Society of Marketing Professional Services […]

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Is Fort Worth’s Glass Half-Full Or Half-Empty?

Now that the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra (FWSO) managed to avoid an ugly work stoppage and temporarily release some labor pressure by agreeing to a one-year extension, both sides have the opportunity to emerge from the specter of brinkmanship. Having said that, let’s examine some glass-half-full/glass-half-empty scenarios that may unfold over the next six months […]

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Introducing Inside The Arts’ Newest Blog: Who’s Your Audience?

Today marks the inaugural post for the first new blog at Inside The Arts since 2011: Who’s Your Audience?; Doug Rosenthal on the art and industry of classical music. The author is Washington DC based trombonist Doug Rosenthal, who serves as the Assistant Principal Trombonist of the Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra/Washington National Opera Orchestra (fit […]

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Level Up Your Facebook Share Dialog Game

It’s great when patrons share your content and events on Facebook but if you don’t have an image that conforms to Facebook’s recommended practices, you can end up lowering your conversion rates thanks to the share dialog pulling an ill-suited image. This happens when you don’t assign a featured image to your content that Facebook […]

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All Quiet On The Texan Front

UPDATE: It looks like cooler heads are prevailing for the time being as the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra (FWSO) has decided against imposing a collective bargaining agreement (CBA) after musicians rejected what they called their last best, final offer. As of now, there are no firm plans on whether or not both sides plan to return to […]

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