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Making the wrong argument to the wrong people

Working at a research organization is strange for me because I’ve always felt most at ease when I’m doing. I want to design and create, to be at the event, to write the content, not analyzing participation and setting strategic plan metrics.  If it’s good content and the right people benefit, we’ve done our job right? Arts and culture changes lives. We know it inherently.

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Categories: Arts Education, research, Storytelling | comments

Plan for the Future

CPAC's 2013-16 Strategic Plan

Where are we? Where do we need to be? Why is it important? How will we get there?  The Community Partnership for Arts and Culture (CPAC’s) board, staff and advisors used these questions to frame and develop our fourth strategic plan.  We examined past accomplishments such as, positioning the arts and culture sector in its public policy efforts to realize public support. We asked members of the arts and culture community and leaders in other sectors to reflect and comment on the value of CPAC’s work in public policy, research and capacity building. Equally important, we received thoughtful advice and new perspectives on service needs or gaps within the arts and culture sector. Here is a distillation of what we learned that helped us address the questions; where are we? and where do we need to be?

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Categories: metrics, research, strategic planning | comments

Telling a Research Story

When’s the last time you looked forward to reading a research paper?  You know the type – it has a title that’s a paragraph long, pages filled with statistical hieroglyphics, and it’s so heavy it threatens to topple over your desk when it lands there. Your next step is probably one of the following:

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Categories: Best Practices, research, Storytelling | comments

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