Less Than 48 Hours Left To Support The #TrekMusicPodcast

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We’re into the home stretch of the Music of Star Trek Podcast Kickstarter campaign. The deadline is Jan 2, 1:23pm CT and we only have $2,588 left of the all-or-nothing goal so if you’ve been waiting to swing in during the eleventh hour to be the hero, now is your chance. BACK THIS PROJECT AT KICKSTARTER I know we can cover this amount in the remaining time and I want to …

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Slate Magazine’s Take On Improving Sex Based Pay Discrimination Fixes Some Problems But Creates Others

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Since the news went public of Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO) principal flute Elizabeth Rowe’s lawsuit alleging sex-based pay discrimination, there has been no shortage of commentary. While that’s produced plenty of talk about problems, there isn’t much of substance happening on the solutions side of thing. One exception is an article by Nancy Leong and Tenly Williams that was published in the 12/19/2018 edition of Slate.com. In addition to an overview …

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Happy Holidays From Adaptistration

Martin Luther King didn’t say “I have a budget and a plan.” He said “I have a dream!“ I hope all of this year’s content helped bring your vision to life. You can expect articles to start back up on Wednesday this week…maybe Thursday 😉 In the meantime, if you haven’t done so already, take a moment to support the #TrekMusicPodcast by becoming a backer at Kickstarter.com. And a huge thanks from …

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Do You Hear What I Hear…New Listings At ArtsAdminJobs.com

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Whoever said the holidays are for downtime clearly wasn’t looking to fill open staff positions. To that end, there are several new listings at ArtsAdminJobs.com just waiting for you to apply. Hey now, here’s a senior executive level gig as a key member of Paul Helfrich’s team at the Dayton Performing Arts Alliance. If Paul’s name is familiar that’s because he’s written several guest author posts here at Adaptistration over the …

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All I Want For Christmas Is Some Gender Equality And Diversity. Is That Too F*@!ing Much To Ask For?

Here in Chicago it’s Midwest Clinic week. If you aren’t already familiar with Midwest, it’s the international mega conference for bands and orchestras of all stipe that routinely draws just under 20k attendees. Among the numerous sessions, a trio of offerings devoted to the topic of gender equity jumped out at me. Unfortunately, I am up to my eyeballs in deadline work and am unable to attend. But thanks to the largesse …

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