PHILADELPHIA, PA – DataArts’ Board Chair, Rich Mintz, today announced the election of Caralyn Spector as the organization's Interim President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) effective October 9, 2017.
Spector, formerly Senior Advisor to the Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), joined DataArts, the respected national resource for in-depth data about nonprofit arts, culture, and humanities organizations, as its Chief Operating Officer in July. She will serve as the organization's interim leader while a national search conducted by Arts Consulting Group, is underway.
PHILADELPHIA, PA - Beth Tuttle, President and CEO of DataArts, announced today that she will resign from her leadership role in the organization. DataArts, formerly known as the Cultural Data Project, is the respected national resource for in-depth data about nonprofit arts and culture organizations. Tuttle, who has led the organization since March 2013, will remain in her role through October 6, 2017.
PHILADELPHIA, PA – DataArts, the respected national resource for in-depth data about nonprofit arts, culture, and humanities organizations, announced an expansion of its leadership team with the addition of Caralyn Spector, formerly Senior Advisor to the Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), as Chief Operating Officer, effective August 1. The organization's Board, which met June 22 and 23 in Philadelphia, elected Rich Mintz, Executive Vice President, Blue State Digital as its Chair. Outgoing Board Chair Glen Howard, who has served DataArts since 2012 through its move from a project of The Pew Charitable Trusts to an independent national nonprofit organization, was elected Founding Chair.
PHILADELPHIA, PA - DataArts, the respected national resource for in-depth financial and programmatic data for and about U.S. cultural nonprofits, today announced new, no-cost services for arts advocates, including customizable advocacy reports, fully-designed state reports, and online educational resources. With fiscal year 2018 funding for the National Endowment for the Arts, National Endowment for the Humanities and Institute of Museum and Library Sciences under threat, DataArts affirmed its commitment to arts and culture by putting a decade's worth of data about the sector’s contributions in service to advocacy efforts across the nation. The resources are available at culturaldata.org/advocacy.
PHILADELPHIA, PA – DataArts, the respected national resource for in-depth financial and programmatic data from the nation’s cultural nonprofits, today announced a new series of online courses designed to teach essential data skills to arts and cultural professionals.
PHILADELPHIA, PA - DataArts, the web-based platform for centralized collection and dissemination of financial and programmatic data for and about the nation’s cultural nonprofits, announced a new online Management Center designed to support arts professionals’ use of data for planning, advocating and decision-making. The Management Center’s intuitive technology, self-service dashboard, and easy-to-interpret data visualizations and reports, allows professionals in the $41.5 billion nonprofit arts and cultural sector to access, analyze, and share critical business performance information across workgroups within their organizations and with external audiences including boards, funders, policymakers, and constituents.
PHILADELPHIA, PA - DataArts has now added a new selection of upgraded reports and capabilities to the system that enable participants to draw valuable insights from their data for use by management, boards, and grantmakers.
PHILADELPHIA, PA - DataArts is looking for data-savvy arts and cultural professionals to share their organizational success stories with our national network. In 2017, we will select up to six organizations that are using CDP and other data in innovative ways to overcome financial challenges, expand and connect with audiences, or advocate for the arts in their community. Through this initiative, DataArts seeks to both recognize and amplify the stories of organizations successfully using data to inform their daily work, and provide peer-learning opportunities for thousands of cultural nonprofit professionals.