Published on December 20th, 2010 | by David Dombrosky0
Podcast Episode #78 – Seven Digital Trends and Their Implications for the Creative Sector
For this end-of-year podcast episode, we take a look at numerous trends in the technology sector and their implications for nonprofit arts and culture organizations. David talks with Brian Newman, author of the essay “Inventing the Future of the Arts: Seven Digital Trends that Present Challenges and Opportunities for Success in the Cultural Sector” from the recently published 20UNDER40: Re-Inventing the Arts and Arts Education for the 21st Century.
Their conversation explores ways in which the trends identified in Brian’s essay will impact the creative sector as well as how arts organizations can adapt to these shifts in our culture. Topics include: downsizing and mergers, with-profit collaborations, disintermediation and the new role for curators, particpatory culture, electracy, and more.
Cool Sites of the Episode
The Long Tail – Wired editor Chris Anderson’s book about the potential power of niche markets.
The Participatory Museum – Nina K. Simon’s guide to making cultural institutions more dynamic, relevant and essential.