With all the finger pointing and desperation, it’s important to remember that senescence changes everything, including your desperate nonprofit arts organization. This isn’t about trees. Did you know that ginkgo biloba trees can live to be 5,000 years old? After sifting through all the latest harangues, arguments, and blame pieces (including my own) about whose fault it … [Read more...] about Nonprofit Arts Organizations: Sometimes, Old Trees Die, Too
For my nonprofit arts colleagues worldwide who are agonizing over whether they might be replaced, be assured. You likely will. If a nonprofit arts organization does not measure its impact on the community or demonstrate the public benefit it provides, it may raise questions about its effectiveness and adherence to the requirements of being a tax-exempt nonprofit entity. … [Read more...] about Warning: The Following Column Was Completely Written by A.I. As Such, It Should Terrify You.