Publications

Publications

2011TicketingReport-200px2011 Ticketing Software Satisfaction Survey
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In this report, you can find information on the most popular ticketing systems for organizations of your size, rankings of popular features and functions, and a 5-step guide to choosing a ticketing system, complete with questions to ask vendors.

Note: Some folks have had difficulty opening the report within the Firefox browser. You can right-click on the link and select “Save Link As” to download the report to your computer. You can view the report without issue via Chrome, Safari or Internet Explorer.

This report is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.

ArtsITArts & IT: Technology Adoption and Implementation in Arts Organizations
Published – Jan 2011
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In order to uncover emerging trends and differences in the use of technology amongst arts and cultural organizations, we asked arts managers to provide us with baseline information as well as a self-assessment of the role of technology in their organizations. This report, which includes responses across a broad spectrum of arts and cultural organizations representing a variety of disciplines in the United States and Canada, reveals a snapshot of how the field approaches technology.

This report is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

Social-Media-Video-Footage-and-the-Law-icon-200pxSocial Media, Video Footage & The Law: What Performing Arts Managers Need to Know
Published – Nov 2010
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Arts marketers work with rapidly changing technologies on a daily basis. Therefore, they must know how current laws and emerging legal trends will affect their online marketing plans and be prepared to advocate within their organizations for obtaining distribution rights. This paper provides a summary overview of issues concerning copyright as it applies to online video, as well as a list of do’s and don’ts.

This report is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

TicketingSoftwareSurvey-image-200px2009 Ticketing Software Satisfaction Survey
Published – Mar 2010
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The variety of ticketing software solutions on the market today encompasses a tremendous range of capabilities, features, and price points. As a service to the arts and culture field, we created this survey to learn about organizational needs and to gauge how well current ticketing tools are meeting those needs.

This report is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.

VirtualGallery-Underscore-ImageVirtual Gallery Software Review
Published – Oct 2009
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To assist artists and arts organizations interested in creating 3D virtual exhibitions, Technology in the Arts released this report comparing existing software systems designed to meet the needs of artists and art galleries. This research was initiated by the CUE Art Foundation which sought to find an existing software system that will allow artists to create and display virtual exhibitions easily.

This report is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.

Articles

Do You Have Trust Issues? – Data Sharing and Arts Organizations
National Arts Marketing Project – February 16, 2011

Top Technology Trends: What’s Ahead for Arts Marketers in 2011
National Arts Marketing Project – January 5, 2011

Should We Adopt? How Can We Adapt?
ARTSblog – October 12, 2010

Going Mobile: Website vs App
ARTSblog – October 12, 2010

We All Want the Same Thing
ARTSblog – October 8, 2010

Cultivating Citizen Critics
ARTSblog – October 7, 2010

We Are Different, We Are the Same
ARTSblog – October 5, 2010

What’s Your Motivation?
ARTSblog – October 5, 2010

My Own Not-So-Private Echo Chamber
ArtsJournal – July 23, 2010

What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You
ArtsJournal – July 19, 2010

Social Media and Social Networks: Tools for Increasing Engagement
Guild Notes – Fall 2009 – pgs. 6-8

Why Net Neutrality is an Arts Advocacy Issue
Save the Internet – September 23, 2009

How to Folk with Web 2.0
Mid Atlantic Folk Arts Forum – August 11, 2009


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