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7 Easy (and Affordable) Steps for Developing Your Arts Career

Posted by: Lindsey Hardegree on Aug 30 2010 / Comments (0)

Large corporations pride themselves on professional development programs that will create the “leaders of tomorrow.” But when you work at a small nonprofit or are your own boss (like many artists and performers), a robust schedule of seminars and training sessions is simply not at your disposal. Or is it? Here are some easy and […]

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Book Review: Invitation to the Party

Posted by: Lindsey Hardegree on Aug 25 2010 / Comments (0)

Invitation to the Party: Building Bridges to the Arts, Culture and Community, by Donna Walker-Kuhne, is probably my all time favorite arts management book.  I first encountered this book near the beginning of my graduate studies in the Performing Arts Management program at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, and it has […]

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Near Chicago? Join us for the 2nd annual WordCamp Chicago!

Posted by: Lindsey Hardegree on Feb 9 2010 / Comments (0)

Last year I helped Lisa Sabin-Wilson of E.Webscapes and Brian Gardner of StudioPress organize WordCamp Chicago.  It was actually the first time that this southerner had ever been to Chicago, and I’m super excited to be helping organize (and attending!) WordCamp Chicago again on June 5 & 6, 2010!  Check out this brief overview from […]

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What are people saying about YOU on Twitter?

Posted by: Lindsey Hardegree on Feb 5 2010 / Comments (2)

It is so exciting to watch your social media presence grow and see how people are talking about your organization through mediums such as Twitter. You’ve mastered the art of the retweet so that you can share these awesome comments as they come along, but it’s easy for these lovely thoughts to be lost in […]

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Social Media Sites Where You Need a Company Profile

Posted by: Lindsey Hardegree on Dec 11 2009 / Comments (0)

There are lots of different websites for you to connect with colleagues, clients, and other businesses.  But while you do have a profile page on Twitter, it’s not really a profile where people can get a good idea of what your business itself is about.  Check out these places where you can create a more […]

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