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Arts Education Campaign Yields Results in Portland

On November 6, Portland voters passed ballot measure 26-146 to restore arts and music programs in Portland schools and fund arts access citywide. Needless to say, we are thrilled with the results—the measure passed with 62% approval! Measure 26-126 creates a new income tax of $35 per income-earning resident (above the federal poverty level), which […]

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Does Your Arts Organization Really Need Social Media?

By now, it’s probably a safe bet to assume most arts organizations have at least a Facebook page, and are possibly on Twitter and maybe even Google+, and are using them as part of their marketing approaches. But do we need these channels, or more to the point, do we understand what these channels can […]

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From Advertising to Advocacy: A Multicultural Approach

How many languages are spoken in your local school district? Chances are most of us will be surprised at the number and varieties of languages the students speak and probably do not know how to reach out to that community. Currently, the School District of Palm Beach County, Florida, is the 11th largest in the […]

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