The recipients of this prestigious award are selected for support annually due to their bold thinking around increasing arts access and engagement.
Quynh‑Mai Nguyen, Director, Creative Services, PIDC, shares why it is important for organizations to support their creative leaders and teams with opportunities for professional development.
On February 4, 2021, the Arts + Business Council put on Defining Innovation Presents Adam Grant, in conversation with Luvvie Ajayi Jones, a sold out virtual event that drew over 1,000 attendees, sponsored by Pariveda Solutions, Fair Trade Outsourcing, SEI, FS Investments, Odessa, TD Bank, and Dale Carnegie.
We are thrilled to welcome and announce our new board members.
On Thursday, September 24, 2020, we were joined by Whole Foods Market Co-Founder and CEO John Mackey, for our first-ever virtual Defining Innovation.
As we open the new season, how will we make our work, our programs, our products different and better?
There is a new urgent need for arts organizations to learn technology tools and tactics to transform their programs and operations to be more virtual and equitable.
A new report by the Knight Foundation and Urban Institute gives additional data and research to what many of us know intuitively to be true: the arts bind us to our communities and improve our quality of life.
The Art Trust at Meridian Bank’s board is a blend of professional artists, art patrons, art professors, and business professionals joined by a common thread of an unwavering enthusiasm for contemporary art. Together with Meridian Bank, they are keeping art infused into their community.
Last week, the Arts + Business Council hosted its 35th Annual Awards program. For the first ever time, this event was held virtually, and that was just one way that the event was different than other years.