Author(s): Montgomery, Denise; Rogovin, Peter; and Persaud, Neromanie R.
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2013

Something to Say: Success Principles for Afterschool Arts Pro-grams from Urban Youth and Other Experts endeavors to an-swer these questions. The primary way we approached this project was by seeing youth as consumers of OST activities, and taking many of our questions directly to them. In our research we spoke to young people in their neighborhoods and homes, interviewed researchers and youth development practitioners, visited highly effective programs, and combed the research to address some of the key knowledge gaps in the field of OST arts activities for urban, low-income tweens

Author(s): Public Art Network Advisory Council of Americans for the Arts
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2013

The "Artist Selection Process Resource Guide: contains information about best practices that will help you navigate the call for artists process.

Author(s): Kaitlin Leigh Mason, CPA, Klausner Bendler + Associates, P.C.
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2013

Issue briefing on sales tax for artists, sculptors and small businesses.

Author(s): Lewis, Ferdinand
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2013

This is one of a series of Animating Democracy papers looking at different segments of the arts-for-change field.

Author(s): United States Census Bureau
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2012

From data collected from the 2010 American Community Survey (ACS), the Census Bureau has created a series of infograhpics showing the pathways to earnings after certain types of bacherlor degress have been obtained by a subsection of the populations. This infographic focuses on statistics for people who obtained Visual Arts degrees.

Author(s): Adams, Marianna, Ed.D. and Cotter, Nancy
Date of Publication: Jun 01, 2011

As part of The MoMA Alzheimer’s Project, The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and Audience Focus, Inc. investigated museum programs developed for people with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia (AD/D) and their caregivers.

Author(s): Hirzy, Ellen
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2011

Engaging Adolescents defines engagement and explains its benefits for both teens and arts organizations. It describes adolescents’ key developmental needs, reviews points to consider when building relationships with them, and outlines nine fundamental strategies for developing successful programs. Profiles of eight outstanding programs illustrate the strategies in action and contain practical advice culled from practitioners’ experience.

Author(s): AAMD Task Force on Deaccessioning
Date of Publication: Jun 01, 2010

Association of American Museum Directors (AAMD) recognizes the unique challenges museums face in managing and developing collections largely built through gift and bequest by private donors. Most art museums continue to build and shape their collections over time to realize more fully and effectively  their mission. Acquisitions to or deaccessions from the museum’s collection must be guided by well-defined written collecting goals and acquisition and deaccession principles, procedures, and processes approved by a museum’s Board of Trustees or governing body. These goals,

Author(s): Francesca Rosenberg, Amir Parsa, Laurel Humble, and Carrie McGee
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2009

This report describes the findings of a study designed to evaluate the efficacy of the Meet Me at MoMA program for people in the early stage of dementia and their family caregivers. This groundbreaking study provides the first formal evaluation that demonstrates, with both quantitative and qualitative evidence, the many benefits of making art accessible to people with Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers. It also points out the elements of the program that have the greatest positive impact and those components that might be modified to further enhance its effects. This evaluation

Author(s): Amir Parsa and Laurel Humble
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2009

The attached power point is from the webinar, The MoMA Alzheimer's Project: Image, Expression, Alzheimer's: Making Art Accessible to People with Dementia presentation by the Society for Arts and Healthcare in January of 2009.  The webinar presentors were Amir Parsa and Laurel Humble from the Department of Education at the the Museum of Modern Art in New York.