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My new leadership role—Challenges, hopes and gratitude Jen Benoit-Bryan, PhD
April 05, 2022

I’m honored to be promoted to the role of President at Slover Linett, a company where I’ve had the valuable opportunity to grow through almost every role on the team during my eight years here. Looking back at the last few years, I’ve been particularly challenged by leading the national Culture + Community research initiative…

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Big news around here: Jen Benoit-Bryan is our new president Peter Linett
April 05, 2022

I’m so happy to announce a few important changes, starting with the promotion of Jen Benoit-Bryan, PhD, to president of the firm. As many of you know, Jen has been vice president and co-director of research here, and over the last two years she has been the overall leader of our national, equity-focused research collaboration with LaPlaca Cohen and Yancey Consulting, Culture + Community in a Time of Transformation: A Special Edition of Culture Track. That word “transformation” has applied to Jen, as well…

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The world is crap. What we need is more Pooh. Ashley Ann Wolfe
March 23, 2022

I caught wind of a new musical bringing cheer to Theatre Row, and that’s how, on a blustery Saturday morning in November, I found myself, a solo adult woman, rushing to make a 10:00am curtain of Winnie the Pooh…

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Americans want arts & culture organizations to address social issues Madeline Smith
March 21, 2022

Our Culture + Community in a Time of Transformation national survey found that more than three-quarters (76%) of Americans believe that arts and culture organizations should be addressing at least one of the social issues we asked about in our survey—which, honestly, surprised me…

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Am I an artist? Camila Guerrero
March 14, 2022

In a society where identity plays a large role in how we connect to ourselves and how we are perceived by others, we are careful about our labels. A common pause that people took in the interviews for the Culture + Community in a Time of Transformation study was right before calling themselves an “artist.” It’s a label I have also struggled…

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Changing the Traditions at the Yale Peabody Museum Matthew Jenetopulos
February 24, 2022

One year, as a freshman in high school, a new tradition started when a friend called my house on Thanksgiving day and asked if I wanted to go with him to the Peabody Museum of Natural History the next day. It was a curious request at the time…

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The national audience picture evolves! Culminating new findings from our research collaboration with Culture Track Team Slover Linett
February 01, 2022

The whole team at Slover Linett, along with our wonderful collaborators and funders, are delighted to share this culminating analysis from our pandemic-era, equity-focused research study of arts and culture participants and the broader American public, represented by more than 75,000 survey respondents…

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Finding art in quarantine: How my cats became my muses Emily Bray
January 26, 2022

Quarantine has allowed (or forced) us the time to explore new ways of connecting with the arts that are accessible at home. In an alternate pandemic-free version of my life I would have been taking dance classes and going to museums or the theatre. Suddenly…

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Announcing the Release of Massachusetts-focused Insights from the Culture & Community Research Jen Benoit-Bryan, PhD
December 15, 2021

In this report, we share highlights of the kinds of change and transformation that MA residents want to see in the arts & culture sector, building blocks for a more resilient and relevant sector, and the impacts of online and offline experiences in our cultural lives, among other themes…

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