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What's on Your Phone, Amelia Northrup-Simpson?

Contributor Christine Sajewski speaks with Amelia Northrup-Simpson (MAM ’11), Director of Strategic Communications at TRG Arts and AMT-Lab contributor about her favorite mobile apps. Read the full interview here.

Calling all Nonprofits: Talk Smarter with Slack

Slack is a communication platform designed for the workforce. Learn how your Nonprofit organization can talk smarter and more effectively while still minimizing additional strain on your budget. 

Affordable And Convenient Access To Word, Excel With Cloud-Based Office 365

Office 365, Microsoft’s cloud-based software service, provides affordable monthly access to the ubiquitous software suite: Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher, Access, OneNote, and PowerPoint. AMT Lab contributor Kristen Sorek West speaks with the Pittsburgh Choral Arts about their experience using the tool and the features it offers. Click here to read more. 

If you told the average San Francisco resident 40 years ago that the art scene in the Bay Area would be gasping for life in 2015, they probably would have laughed in your face.  But it is 2015, and that is the reality we are facing.  The tech giants have moved in, and  tension is building between the Silicon Valley community and its non-profit entities.  In particular, arts organizations seem to be at an extreme disadvantage for a few reasons:

What's on your phone, Michael Lowder?

Contributor Sarah Murphy speaks with Michael Lowder, the executive Director of Artsplosure, a non-profit in Raleigh, NC that produces Artsplosure – The Raleigh Arts Festival and First Night Raleigh to find out what apps he uses on his phone. 

 

AMT Lab’s content ranges from case studies to radio shows, reviews to research-based publications. It's a research outlet for those working and learning in the arts management and technology sector.


Current features research updates from AMT Lab contributors, case studies of arts organizations employing innovative technological approaches, and news summaries of developments affecting the field.

Dialogues features interviews with leading arts management professionals on technological trends, challenges, and innovations, including AMT Lab radio shows.

Reviews profiles apps, software, and other products relevant to the arts industry.