Trying Harder As Money Gets Tighter

As money gets tighter, American arts organizations are rethinking their operations. “To survive, cultural establishments nationwide are pooling resources, taking artistic risks, and stepping up outreach – rethinking everything from fundraising tactics to show times to get people back to the box office. In a time of financial famine, the arts are getting creative. ‘These organizations are like farm animals in the 1930s dust belt. They have less and less to sustain them’.”