Yes: we’re in the middle of an epic crisis. And during crisis we react, we tunnel, we fire-fight…all of which diminishes our creative energy. This is a TIME when we may not be our creative best. But I’m starting to wonder, based on my 30 years of experience working in this sector, if arts and culture has EVER been as creative as it could be. As it should be.
So I’m turning my attention to WHY, and I’d love you to join me.
This year I’m writing about my discoveries and theories. I’ll be presenting what I’m beginning to see as systemic reasons why the arts and culture sector isn’t as creative or resilient as it could be. Please join me here for future postings. I would love to engage with you about what I’m seeing, what you’re seeing, and what we might do to make a difference.Join Me On An Exploration of Creativity
Jill Robinson CEO | TRG Arts
Jill's latest posts:
Creating Lasting Impact in Our Communities, Consciously
We’ve just celebrated a milestone at TRG Arts. For the first time in the company’s 25-year history, we’ve received outside investment to help catapult our impact for the arts, cultural and (small e) entertainment fields at a time when impact is the oxygen we need to grow and sustain.
NIVA and the Case for Creative Sector Collaboration
It's a tax status, not an attitude.
I've been thinking about the variety of business models and players in our global arts and cultural ecosystem since this pandemic began.
TRG 30 is a bi-weekly 30-minute series of conversations and provocations with CEO Jill Robinson and invited guests. Open to anyone in the arts and cultural sector, the sessions provide insight, counsel and inspiration.Register Today