News from September 11, 2019

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New from Wallace: How to attract, and keep, young audiences 

How does a performing arts group draw younger audiences and build loyalty? A new case study in American Theatre magazine reports how Portland Center Stage in Oregon used support from the Wallace Foundation to experiment with its marketing and engagement programs for new theatergoers—and gained insights and lessons that are relevant to orchestras seeking to strengthen their own audience-building efforts. The article is the latest study in the Wallace Foundation’s Building Audiences for Sustainability initiative, which supports the work of arts organizations across the country, including orchestras and theater, opera, and dance troupes, in researching strategies and tactics to develop new audiences. Check out the American Theatre article here. And to learn more about Wallace research on audience-building, including successful programs at orchestras, visit the League of American Orchestras here.  

Posted September 11, 2019