You Can’t Just Let People Tear Your Clothes Off Anymore

Recently, International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE), the union which has members working in performing arts venues, convention centers, movies, and television productions, recently released their Covid-19 reopening guide. If you work in an environment that employs IATSE members, it is worth reviewing the guidelines to get a sense of what the union expects working conditions to look like. By and large, the guidance on the first 19 pages doesn’t differ substantially from some of the other guidelines that have appeared here on ArtsHacker. If you have pored over the guidance … Read more

Virtual Museum Tours Are So March

In the beginning of all the closures, most museums heavily promoted their virtual tours. (Or, if they didn’t have one already, they created one.) Many saw increased engagement in the tours in those initial days but, if you have been looking at your data, you probably have seen a drop-off in virtual visits. First off, let me say that I think virtual tours are great evergreen content to have and you should keep what you have. That said, a recent article by MuseumHack shows how the web searches for virtual museum tours … Read more

Do You Have An Active RFP?

If your organization has an active RFP, we want it! Nonprofit Bids is set to launch but we need RFPs to populate the site. We have already had a number of providers sign up so your organization will likely be connected to a qualified provider right away when the site launches. Your RFP can be for any short-term or long-term project including but not limited to: Fundraising or Marketing Consulting Strategic Planning Website Development Graphic Design Ticketing/Fundraising CRM Digital Marketing If you are in need of an RFP template, you can readily … Read more

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