August News: Data’s Artful Application

Introducing Sustain Arts / Southeast Michigan

Beginning with a showcase at the 2014 Detroit Design Festival, Sustain Arts’ interactive online platform and regional research report, A Portrait of the Cultural Ecosystem, will be accessible to those seeking information on cultural organizations, funding streams, and participation rates in the Detroit-metro area. Visit Sustainarts.org Friday, September 26 to join the celebration!

Join us at Westarts 2014

Claire Rice and Marc Vogl will be in Seattle for this September’s Western Arts Alliance Conference, hosting a workshop titled “The Art of ‘Big Data:’ Leveraging Resources for Long-Term Sustainability.” Click here to register.

Talking Data! Data! Data! By Marc Vogl

The arts and cultural sector appears to be increasingly interested in engaging data to strengthen organizations—or at least interested in talking about it! Read more.

Symbols of Post-Bankruptcy

In a post on ARTSblog this month, Sustain Art’s Southeast Michigan partner Maud Lyon, Executive Director of CultureSource, emphasizes the collaborative approach the city is taking to secure its long-term cultural legacy post-bankruptcy. Read more.

A New Look & Feel for Sustain Arts

We’re happy to introduce new branding for the Sustain Arts website and social media channels that retains our foundational identity, while recognizing the diversity of stakeholders involved and our unique position merging data design and cultural research.

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