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In short, it was fantastic, and I highly recommend it. Pro tip: it helped immensely to delete the Facebook and Twitter apps from my phone. By spending less time on social media, here’s what happened: I have WAY more time to do more productive and/or enjoyable things,...

Turnover at the top can be a scary time for nonprofits. This is especially the case for founding directors and artistic leaders, since the personalities of the director and the organization can get intertwined. However, it’s an opportunity to re-examine structure and strategies, emerging in...

For the month of April, I'm working on so many cool projects that it'd be criminal not to share the news so you can take part as well. I'm doing interim management work at the Jungle Theater, while handling the search for their new managing director....

January: a time to reflect, while looking forward to new beginnings. I started Arts Progress just over two years ago, just to see how the freelance life would suit me. Turns out, I love it, and I've been incredibly lucky to have a steady stream...

At some point, every nonprofit is asked for evaluation results, usually by a funder. And the typical response is, "Oh, c'mon - can't you just trust that we're doing good work? Who has time to waste with evaluation?" But how much of our frustration with...

The U.S. is a fantastic place to take a show on the road - there are more fringes in the U.S. than in any other country. (Wondering what a "fringe" is? Check out this handy definition.) The logistics of mounting a tour can be daunting,...