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  • san francisco | TDC
    Stay current with TDC s latest thinking by following us on LinkedIn 31 Milk Street Suite 310 Boston MA 02109 Thinking Latest Research Resources Blogs Everything san francisco Research Funding for Cultural Organizations in Boston and Nine Other Metropolitan Areas 2003 In a study commissioned by the Boston Foundation TDC explored the size and scope of the Boston cultural market and examined the financial health of organizations in this sector

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  • seattle | TDC
    Stay current with TDC s latest thinking by following us on LinkedIn 31 Milk Street Suite 310 Boston MA 02109 Thinking Latest Research Resources Blogs Everything seattle Research Funding for Cultural Organizations in Boston and Nine Other Metropolitan Areas 2003 In a study commissioned by the Boston Foundation TDC explored the size and scope of the Boston cultural market and examined the financial health of organizations in this sector Read

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  • theatre communications group | TDC
    728 9151 For employment inquiries please visit the Careers Section Stay current with TDC s latest thinking by following us on LinkedIn 31 Milk Street Suite 310 Boston MA 02109 Thinking Latest Research Resources Blogs Everything theatre communications group Resources Beyond Breakeven Why Capitalization Matters June 22 2012 A presentation at the 2012 National Conference of the Theatre Communications Group Read More TDC is one of the nation s oldest

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  • GIA’s National Capitalization Project | TDC
    National Capitalization Project Literature Review TDC 2010 In January of 2010 Grantmakers in the Arts GIA launched its National Capitalization Project Formed in response to the observation that it has been the norm for the nonprofit arts sector to be poorly capitalized the project convened representatives from 16 regional and national funders of the arts five subject experts and GIA staff in two intensive working sessions to learn together and to begin a conversation about what funders might do individually and collectively to address this long standing condition Before the first session TDC distributed a literature review to all participants This literature review set a framework for two days of rich and vigorous discourse and debate What emerged from the work together was a set of strategies that are both basic what participants hoped every funder could agree to implement and aspirational those that we hope all will consider Both types of strategies are outlined in the project summary Share this Share on Facebook Click to share on LinkedIn Click to share on Twitter Click to share on Google Click to print Click to email this to a friend Leave a Reply Cancel reply You may also be interested in Research How Boston and Other American Cities Support and Sustain the Arts 2016 TDC was delighted to partner with The Boston Foundation on this important comparative study of Boston s cultural and funding landscape and those in 10 peer cities Read More Research Too Good To Be True The Opportunity and Cost of the 1 Building 2015 We are excited to share our latest report Too Good to be True The Opportunity and Cost of the 1 Building Commissioned by the Kresge Foundation Too Good to be True takes a close look at the impact of newly acquired buildings all

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  • How Boston and Other American Cities Support and Sustain the Arts | TDC
    American Cities Support the Arts TDC 2016 TDC was delighted to partner with The Boston Foundation on this important study of Boston s cultural and funding landscape The report takes a detailed look at the breadth and depth of Boston s arts community across a number of dimensions including discipline and budget size Analysis found that Boston has an incredibly dense and vibrant cultural scene and highly engaged and supportive arts patrons to match Relative to peer cities however Boston s cultural organizations face critical gaps including robust support from foundations and government sources Released in the midst of Boston s cultural planning efforts it is our hope that the report provides a useful snapshot of the state of the cultural community along with suggestions for potential levers for change To see more on how Boston is reacting to the report check out the coverage in The Boston Globe including a quote from our own Julie Koo Share this Share on Facebook Click to share on LinkedIn Click to share on Twitter Click to share on Google Click to print Click to email this to a friend Leave a Reply Cancel reply You may also be interested in Research How Boston and Other American Cities Support and Sustain the Arts 2016 TDC was delighted to partner with The Boston Foundation on this important comparative study of Boston s cultural and funding landscape and those in 10 peer cities Read More Research Too Good To Be True The Opportunity and Cost of the 1 Building 2015 We are excited to share our latest report Too Good to be True The Opportunity and Cost of the 1 Building Commissioned by the Kresge Foundation Too Good to be True takes a close look at the impact of newly acquired buildings all either free

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  • Too Good To Be True? The Opportunity and Cost of the $1 Building | TDC
    1 Building TDC 2015 We are excited to share our latest report Too Good to be True The Opportunity and Cost of the 1 Building Commissioned by the Kresge Foundation Too Good to be True takes a close look at the impact of newly acquired buildings all either free or low cost on organizations financial health and artistic outcomes The study found that the actual building acquisition costs were much higher than initially expected and indeed more closely resembled traditional facilities projects The acquisition of these facilities also had unanticipated impacts on organizations operating models and in some cases artistic products and audience relationships Finally the report reveals that the various stakeholders involved in these projects had different motivations Interviewees including organizational leaders funders and city officials reflect on their experiences with these 1 buildings and share lessons that they hope will be useful to other organizations and communities considering similar facilities deals Share this Share on Facebook Click to share on LinkedIn Click to share on Twitter Click to share on Google Click to print Click to email this to a friend Leave a Reply Cancel reply You may also be interested in Research How Boston and Other American Cities Support and Sustain the Arts 2016 TDC was delighted to partner with The Boston Foundation on this important comparative study of Boston s cultural and funding landscape and those in 10 peer cities Read More Research Too Good To Be True The Opportunity and Cost of the 1 Building 2015 We are excited to share our latest report Too Good to be True The Opportunity and Cost of the 1 Building Commissioned by the Kresge Foundation Too Good to be True takes a close look at the impact of newly acquired buildings all either free or low cost on

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  • Capitalization, Scale & Investment: Does Growth Equal Gain? | TDC
    TDC 2014 In this follow up study to the groundbreaking Getting Beyond Breakeven the William Penn Foundation engaged TDC to conduct a financial analysis of a sample of arts and culture organizations in Greater Philadelphia looking closely at any change over time and the effect of growth on organizations financial health The study found that while financial weakness remains a challenge for organizations the context in which they are operating has changed competition has increased and the markets for audience and philanthropic support are rapidly shifting Furthermore this report confronts the fact that in the absence of other metrics for success many organizations have chased growth and grown weaker as a result This report was previewed with funders at the 2014 Grantmakers in the Arts conference and officially released on February 9 2015 at a convening of Philadelphia arts organizations with the William Penn Foundation Share this Share on Facebook Click to share on LinkedIn Click to share on Twitter Click to share on Google Click to print Click to email this to a friend One thought on Capitalization Scale Investment Does Growth Equal Gain Pingback Staging a Comeback How the Nonprofit Arts Sector Has Evolved since the Great Recession Nonprofit Quarterly Leave a Reply Cancel reply You may also be interested in Research How Boston and Other American Cities Support and Sustain the Arts 2016 TDC was delighted to partner with The Boston Foundation on this important comparative study of Boston s cultural and funding landscape and those in 10 peer cities Read More Research Too Good To Be True The Opportunity and Cost of the 1 Building 2015 We are excited to share our latest report Too Good to be True The Opportunity and Cost of the 1 Building Commissioned by the Kresge Foundation Too Good to be

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  • history institutions | TDC
    Latest Research Resources Blogs Everything history institutions Resources Building a Sustainable Future for History Institutions A Systemic Approach 2009 After years of working with individual history institutions TDC launched a study of the broader history system to determine Can we imagine a system where rather than requiring each institution to undertake the full spectrum of collection preservation and interpretation activities institutions assume more focused and defined roles that taken together

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