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10 Disruptors Who Are Completely Changing the Art World

Nov 1, 2016

These players are shaking things up. Rain Embuscado & Eileen Kinsella, October 24, 2016 Vik Muniz. Courtesy Getty Images. For the second consecutive year, artnet News set out to identify 10 players who are disrupting the status quo. This year’s edition, like last year’s, is a “subjective, non-comprehensive list of colleagues who have changed the shape of the…

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Reflections on SXSL: Art, Technology and Possibility

Oct 24, 2016

  On October 3, at the start of National Arts & Humanities Month, the White House invited thousands of people to come celebrate the intersection of science, art, politics and technology at its first ever SXSL (South by South Lawn) event. Music was everywhere, both inside and outside the White House. Between live music acts,…

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“Bridging the Gap: The WFSO and the Next Generation of Music Lovers,”

Oct 12, 2016

“Bridging the Gap: The WFSO and the Next Generation of Music Lovers,” one of Midwestern State University’s Fall 2016 EURECA undergraduate research projects, invites you to participate in a brief survey designed to help provide the Wichita Falls community with information for the betterment of the arts in Texoma. This study is open to: ·…

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10 Online Fundraising Best Practices for Nonprofits

Oct 11, 2016

Link to original article!   The technology to donate online was launched in the late 1990’s and through a process of trial and error NGOs have slowly been able to build donor’s confidence in the technology and grow their online donor database. Today online donations make up an average of 7-10% of an NGO’s annual…

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October is National Arts & Humanities Month

Oct 3, 2016

Since 1985, the month of October has been designated National Arts and Humanities Month to encourage all Americans to explore new facets of the arts and humanities in their lives, and to begin a lifelong habit of active participation in the arts. We hope the arts already have a strong role in your life, but…

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