Exclusive vs. Excluding: Reframing Events in the Era of Coronavirus
In a post-COVID-19 world, is there an opportunity to redefine "exclusive?" Can we be exclusive in a way that is anticipatory and special, but not be "excluding"—the thing that makes one feel unwelcome and anxious about the experience? We explore how arts organizations can reframe events once doors reopen.
Restructuring ArtifaxEvent: An Interview with Staff from California Center for the Arts Escondido
With over a decade of history using Artifax, California Center for the Arts (CCAE) is in the midst of a strategic overhaul. In this interview we hear how the team is tapping into areas of Artifax they had not taken advantage of before.
ArtifaxEvent at the Guggenheim: An Interview with Director of Theater and Production Services, Brenda Gray
At our latest ArtifaxEvent North American User Group we interviewed Brenda Gray, the Director of Theater and Production Services at the Guggenheim Museum in New York.
The Musco Center’s Creative Use of ArtifaxEvent: An Interview with Audience Development Coordinator Napoleon Gladney
In our latest Artifax user group, Audience Development Coordinator Napoleon Gladney shared how the Musco Center at Chapman University has creatively expanded the use of ArtifaxEvent. Their team uses ArtifaxEvent as a project management tool for marketing and communications along with its venue and production management functionality.
ArtifaxEvent at the Bushnell: An Interview with Production Coordinator, Sam Burke
An interview with ArtifaxEvent administrator Sam Burke from The Bushnell on how she got to her position as Production Coordinator and how she and her team utilize ArtifaxEvent for managing and operating their busy venue.
Organizing Your Organization: Finding the Right Processes for Your Venue
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up Your Venue.