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Legislative and community leaders are considering giving more public money to the Minnesota Orchestra as its yearlong labor dispute leaves the future of the state's largest arts organization and its stellar reputation in limbo. The orchestra seems
In the Sacramento region, some small organizations, such as the fledgling Classical Revolution, rely completely on social media sites, while larger presenters, like the Mondavi Center, are using them as a tool to attract new and younger audiences.
Leaders of the two groups are scheduled to make a formal announcement of the agreement at a celebration tonight, Jan. 2, at 5:30 p.m. at the Liberty Theatre in Hailey...The announcement comes after more than a year of analysis by the governing boards
Tell us Fort Worth City Council members gave arts supporters hope on Tuesday, even as they cut funding for a key arts umbrella group by 25 percent. Impassioned speeches from council members Sal Espino, Joel Burns and Danny Scarth were followed by
American orchestra managers and arts administrators as audiences dwindle and revenues decline: Can orchestras persevere through long-standing economic challenges? Can you have your cake and eat it too, or must you choose between artistic excellence
Ketchum-based Sun Valley Center for the Arts and the Hailey-based Company of Fools theater group announced Friday that the two organizations' boards of directors voted separately April 9 to study whether a merger would be feasible and beneficial.
Wednesday's symposium titled "Where's the Money?" started as a one-day event last year and sold out quickly. This year, the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission has turned it into a three-day affair with nationally known speakers...Arts
The grants are in recognition of the positive impact each organization makes on the citys economy. The city also announced that Trey McIntyre Project will continue as the citys Economic Development Cultural Ambassador for the coming year. Each
I applaud the NEA for rejecting a strategy by Governor Brownback to circumvent clearly defined rules for receiving federal matching funds for the arts On May 28th, Governor Brownback vetoed all state funding for the Kansas Arts Commission and fired
Bellevue should emulate what has been done in Auburn, not compete with Seattle as it often tries to do. Let's pay more attention to building strong music programs in our schools and we will have plenty of paying customers for all kinds of arts