Ok, so archaeology isn’t something we regularly include when we think about “the arts”. However, archaeology involves the study of art in order to learn about the culture that created it. Also, it is just plain cool.
While repairing Hadrian’s Wall in the third century, some Roman soldiers amused themselves with a secondary activity: carving explicit graffiti. Now, archaeologists are creating a 3D record of the ancient markings, before they’re lost to erosion. Hadrian’s Wall, a 73-mile stone frontier …
When Mount Vesuvius erupted in AD79 it destroyed the towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum, their inhabitants and their prized possessions – among them a fine library of scrolls that were carbonised by the searing heat of ash and gas. But scientists say there may still be hope that the fragile documents …
If it’s been more than a year since you updated your Twitter account header image, it’s high time for something new. To that end, ArtsHacker has you covered with free Photoshop template capable of helping you design the best possible image header that looks great across both browser and app based versions
Nonprofits often face challenges when trying to secure ongoing, unrestricted support from major donors, which is sometimes fueled by a lack of connection between the donor and the nonprofits they support. Unrestricted funds are the most valuable funds a
I’m currently booking keynotes, conference sessions, and workshops for 2020 (and some in late 2019). If you are looking for someone to speak at your event, I’d love to chat with you!
Here are some of my upcoming speaking gigs. If you’ll be at any of these conferences, let me know and we can meet up!
Delaware Division of the Arts
Ohio Travel Association
National Arts Marketing Project
Northern Ohio Charitable Gift Planners
Who Am I?
I’m an arts marketer, public speaker, nonprofit communicator, native Pittsburgher, WVU Mountaineer, recovering classical singer, Trekkie, and mom (of small humans and miniature schnauzers). I do digital marketing for nonprofits and arts + culture at FORM.