Beyond the clich's of country and city, understanding the differences in history, programming, economic impact, staffing, board development, marketing, fundraising, community engagement, and pursuit of diversity, equity, and inclusion in relation to their rural setting can help an arts manager be ready to adapt and succeed in different regions.
About the Author
David Andrew Snider is the president and CEO of Integrated Arts Management, LLC, the executive & artistic director of the Hubbard Hall Center for the Arts and Education, and has more than 25 years of experience as an arts administrator, educator, producer, and author. David received the Meyer Foundation's $100,000 Exponent Award for visionary leadership of a nonprofit, amongst many other honors, and has taught Arts Management for over a decade at the graduate and undergraduate levels. He is also the author of Managing Arts Organizations, a lecturer in the Arts Administration Program at Skidmore College and resides in the village of Cambridge, NY, with his wife and children. thedavidsnider.com