In the newest installment of the ATM-Lab podcast series, Chief Editor, Jenee Iyer, speaks with Lucy Bernholz, Director and Senior Research Scholar at Stanford University’s Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society about digital civil society, blockchain, data analytics and more.
In our latest podcast Benjamain Sweezy, Deputy Director of Digital and Information Strategy at IMLS, discusses open data resources available through the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and the types of information that data analysis can reveal.
In this three part series we will detail how blockchain works, its applications for the arts, and the risks arts managers should consider before deploying a blockchain based system.
Data collection and communication is an essential tool for effectively managing arts organizations. Data visualization techniques can reveal organizational or industry insights in a manner which is easy for managers to understand and communicate to their stakeholders. Explore sources for open source data, and low cost, high impact data visualization tools in this new white paper.
As streaming becomes the most popular method of consuming music, orchestras and opera companies have an additional method of distributing their content. Which organizations are currently taking advantage of streaming and how are they using it? This raw data set helps answer those questions.
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AMT Lab is researching emerging digital fundraising tools so that arts organizations can, hopefully, take a bigger part of the 14% increase in online giving. With $380 billion dollars of giving in the USA in 2017 and more people than ever giving online, the future of fundraising is changing before us. And don't be fooled -- the majority of the online donors were older than 49 years old. To understand how the arts can maximize current and emerging fundraising opportunities, a benchmark of what is happening in the field today is underway.
Open data is an underutilized opportunity for many non-profit organizations. But how do you access it and how can it help? Contributor Gillian walks through the ins and outs of this helpful source.
The powerful technology behind Bitcoin poses new possibilities in an organization's ability to make transactions and collect data. How can arts organizations capitalize on these advancements?
We're sharing the results specific to social media from a national benchmarking survey administered to over 30 arts organizations across the country
This week, we're taking a look at the NEA's impact on Pennsylvania arts organizations through 8 INTERACTIVE charts.