It’s been an update kind of weekend here throughout the Adaptistration Network; let’s take a look at what’s been going on.
Highlights from 2007 have been added to Adaptistration’s new timeline, which means we officially have the first half decade covered. Among the new items, one date in particular that stands out is October 15, 2007, the day the blog became independent! Read more about that event at the timeline page.
It’s been a busy few days with several new openings showing up over the past week. You’ll find listings for box office, development, operations, community, and education departments in orchestras, festivals, operas, youth orchestra, and even a commercial firm; there’s even an internship in public relations.
I’m absolutely thrilled to announce that starting tomorrow, you’ll find the first of a two-part series written by new Adjunct Contributor Marc van Bree. Along with regular ArtsHacker contributor Ceci Dadisman, Marc was part of the recent National Arts Marketing Project Conference session I organized on Google Analytics. His portion of the panel, tracking sales and marketing performance, was a big hit and as a result, he’s agreed to expand on those topics at ArtsHacker via a series of guest posts.
As such, be sure to mark your calendar for Marc’s initial post Wed, 11/18/15 and in the meantime, check out the newly revised contributor bios; they offer some new functionality that allows you to review each one without moving back and forth between pages.
Speaking of ArtsHacker, we’re less than a month away from its one-year anniversary. More on that soon…