Staging Change | Toronto
An adaptive capacity building program for performing arts organizations in Toronto, Ontario
Metcalf is extremely pleased to be working alongside EmcArts to support and incent bold new ideas that will have long-lasting impact on our grantees. Art making and connecting it to the public in meaningful ways in the 21st Century requires a new set of capacities that will push the status quo and re-invigorate our visions. Staging Change will do just that.Michael Trent, Performing Arts Director, Metcalf Foundation
- A series of six linked half-day workshops with leadership teams from up to 15 performing arts organizations
- On-site Coaching for up to 10 organizations, accompanied by $5,000 experimentation grants
- Incubating Innovation: A year-long "deep dive" process for up to 5 organizations to incubate a specific, larger-scale innovation initiative, supported by $25,000 prototyping grants
- Training for local facilitators with the opportunity to work as a lead facilitator in the Incubating Innovation process
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Three Case Studies: Innovating at the Intersections of Arts and Social Justice
Featuring Alternate ROOTS, Jane Addams Hull-House Museum, and The Theater Offensive, this report examines the contours, possibilities and limitations of adaptive change for arts and social justice organizations in our Labs.
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New Pathways for Arts & Culture | Charlotte
An adaptive capacity building program for arts & culture organizations in Charlotte, NC