May I have the envelope, please...
Another talented social scientist has joined our team of researchers, and we’re thrilled to have her on board. Eileen Bevis, a PhD candidate in sociology at the University of Chicago, became our newest Research Analyst last week. She’s diving into Slover Linett full-time while (somehow!) continuing her studies.
Future of classical music
If you’re in Chicago on April 20, join us for a conversation with Greg Sandow, one of the most important voices on the future of classical music. We invited Greg to Chicago for two events, a breakfast talk for music and arts professionals, and a lunchtime workshop with students and faculty sponsored by the Cultural Policy Center at the University of Chicago. Read more »
Digging into data
We’ve just posted the presentation we used at the Arts & Business Council workshop on data mining on March 30. Some 45 Chicago-area cultural managers attended. And for the rest of you, we’re happy to talk about how analyzing your database can help you understand your audiences and donors.
Innovation is and isn’t...
Thanks for your great responses to our March CultureQ question about innovation. Read our summary of your thoughtful input here. And take a moment to weigh in on transformative technology in this month’s edition.
We’re proud of the new additions to our client list in recent weeks, including the American Museum of Natural History, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra, and Merit School of Music. You'll see more about those projects in future issues of this newsletter.
Thanks for reading Re:search, and let us know how we can help your higher ed institution or arts & culture organization.
— Your friends at Slover Linett