DALLAS (SMU) – SMU DataArts today released its latest report on national fundraising trends in the arts and cultural sector. The report finds that organizations are spending less on fundraising, and getting less in return per dollar spent. Overall, the amount of contributed revenue generated from every dollar of fundraising expenses went down from $8.80 in 2014 to $8.56 in 2017.
SMU DataArts Will Become National Hub for Data Resources, Analysis and Education for Nonprofit Arts and Culture Sector
PHILADELPHIA– DataArts, the respected national resource for in-depth data about nonprofit arts, culture, and humanities organizations, announced the election of a new member to its Board of Directors: James L. “JW” Williams III, the chief executive officer of Lawrence Williams, LLC, a Washington DC-based consulting firm.
Small performing arts organizations are showcased in “Everyday Data,” a new online video series released today by DataArts that features the leaders of arts organizations using creativity and data to solve problems and plan for the future of their organizations. The Everyday Data videos and associated educational resources are produced and hosted by DataArts, the respected national resource for data from and for the cultural sector.
PHILADELPHIA– DataArts, the respected national resource for in-depth data about nonprofit arts, culture, and humanities organizations, announced the addition of Kathy Lindenmayer to its leadership team as Director of Development and Partnerships, effective January 29, 2018. Lindenmayer joins DataArts following a six-year tenure at Grantmakers in the Arts (GIA), the national association of arts and culture funders, where she was Director of Development and Membership.
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PHILADELPHIA– 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 - 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.