What’s up with us? Here’s a mix of tweets and news posts from across our practice. If you want to get specific, use the “show only” button below.

Read our new report — A national portrait of arts and museum audiences during the crisis Madeline Smith
July 07, 2020

We’re excited to announce the release this morning of key findings from our national research & strategy collaboration, Culture & Community in a Time of Crisis: A Special Edition of Culture Track…

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Making racial justice even more central in our national audience study Peter Linett
June 15, 2020

When we began this national research and strategy collaboration, the “crisis” in our title was the coronavirus. Recent events have demonstrated that the actual crisis is deeper, more historical and unavoidably, irreducibly cultural…

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Welcome, Melody Buyukozer Dawkins! Jen Benoit-Bryan, PhD
June 12, 2020

I’m delighted to announce that we’ve added Melody Buyukozer Dawkins, newly minted PhD, to our talented team of researchers. Melody has jumped in despite the remote-work situation and is already playing a crucial role on several projects, including our national audience & community study…

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Black Lives Matter. Period. Ashley Ann Wolfe
June 01, 2020

Black Lives Matter. As social researchers for the arts, we seek to make culture more accessible, relevant, and equitable, yet recognize the privilege we carry as an organization. Today, tomorrow, and onward, we will strive to use said privilege to amplify the voices of and support those fighting on the frontlines of the war against white supremacy.

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Looking forward & embracing change: Upcoming conferences & panels from Slover Linett Ashley Ann Wolfe
May 25, 2020

I am delighted to announce several upcoming virtual conferences and panels where our team will be sharing initial findings from the national study, Culture + Community in a Time of Crisis, which closed its survey last week with a staggering 120,000 + responses from folks across the country who were willing to give their time to share their needs, hopes, and expectations. Here is how to be among the first to learn the findings…

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An update on the national audience & community study Madeline Smith
May 22, 2020

We are excited to share that we recently closed the first wave of our online survey for Culture & Community in a Time of Crisis: A Special COVID Edition of Culture Track. We received 120,000+ responses from museum goers and arts audiences around the U.S. who were willing to give 20 minutes of their time during these stressful days to share their situations, needs, and plans.

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Special announcement: A national audience & community study for COVID resilience Peter Linett
April 14, 2020

We’re collaborating with our friends at LaPlaca Cohen and other partners, funders, and advisors to conduct a rapid but nuanced study cultural audiences and the wider American public during COVID…

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Yes, research still matters…and we’re still doing it (COVID update from Slover Linett) Peter Linett
March 27, 2020

In these times, research matters more…and differently. Because your community and audience need to have a voice and want to be heard. We hope you and loved ones are staying safe and sane during these trying times. Our team at Slover Linett is working from home, and we’re adapting and learning fast as the situation evolves. You’ve got a lot on your mind, so we’ll be quick; here are five things we want you to know…

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Radically rethinking audience research for a crisis Peter Linett
March 17, 2020

As we’ve talked about what’s really unfolding around the world, I realized research can do so much more, if we’re willing to quickly let go of some old ideas. What if we thought of it as a way of empathizing and collaborating with our fellow anxious, confused humans in our communities?

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A new report from @LaPlacaCohen and @SloverLinett sheds light on the major racial disparities of cultural audiences and the urgent need to be more responsive to its various communities, particularly during this time of crisis. http://ow.ly/aU7150Av3zi

“There’s a difference between proscenium performance and community action.”

I'm very grateful to have listened in on a conversation with @bamuthi, @KenCenPrez, and myriad artists and partners about this system of Social Impact just announced at @kencen. Details below: https://twitter.com/kencen/status/1281277745134256128

Twitter feed video.“There’s a difference between proscenium performance and community action.” 
 
I'm very grateful to have listened in on a conversation with @bamuthi, @KenCenPrez, and myriad artists and partners about this system of Social Impact just announced at @kencen. Details below: https://t.co/rONzLxYgyG
The Kennedy Center@kencen

"If racism is structural, then anti-racism also must be structural."—@bamuthi

Today, we announce a system of Social Impact that we commit to growing as your nation's cultural center.

Learn more about our eight areas of work ➡ http://bit.ly/KCSocialImpact

"Culture & Community in a Time of Crisis: A Special Edition of Culture Track" is a new study that aims to shed light on how arts and culture organizations can address the hopes, fears, and needs of Americans during and following the COVID-19 pandemic.

@steamworkgroup @LaPlacaCohen Happy to report that *now* the email requirement has been removed; thank you for your feedback and patience!

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