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NEW! How Arts Charities Will Have to Change

Starting an article by suggesting that arts charities are becoming "organizational dinosaurs with models not fit for purpose" was always going to be provocative! This article, sourced from artsprofessional.co.uk, posits the idea that this coming decade will be the one where 'how we do everything' changes. 

The article might well be on to something. Included in the article are such changes as community activism, collaboration (in terms of cross-sector collaboration and projects like Amplify), new banking models, how we measure success, and others. A new term we learned in the office today from this article: "Rage based philanthropy."

It's an informative, thought-provoking and practical article that could help develop new attitudes or ideas. 

Read the article here. 

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Community Engagement Resources from Doug Borwick

Doug Borwick is a US-based artist, arts administrator, and leading advocate for community engagement in the arts.
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Turning Engagement Patterns Upside Down

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Power Up

"This think-piece by Chrissie Tiller unearths and explores some of the complexities and challenges of sharing power, drawing on thinking
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Shared Decision-Making

This toolkit offers tips, tools, and case studies from Creative People and Places projects.

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Karen Kaeja - Green in the loveliest way

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Crazy Smooth - Bboyizm

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Case Study: The Ontario Shebang

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