Here's a select list of Third Eye clients and past engagements:

  • ArtsBoston

    • Research, strategy, and implementation support for Audience Lab, an audience diversity initiative with a cohort of 10 Greater Boston performing arts organizations.

    • Provide temporary staff support for the Audience Lab

  • The Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County – “Collecting & Interpreting Data to Better Understand & Engage Your Community” a workshop for arts marketing professionals on reaching new audiences, determining who is currently in and missing from your audience, and best techniques to work with and serve your intended audiences.

  • DataArts (formerly the Cultural Data Project) – a research project to develop a situation analysis and recommend approaches to encourage and enable under-resourced (small budget, culturally focused, and/or rural) cultural nonprofits to be represented in the DataArts dataset.

  • Downtown Brooklyn Arts Management Fellowship (a collaborative project between BRIC, the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts, Mark Morris Dance Group, and Theatre for a New Audience)

    • Designed a 40-week Professional Development Curriculum for a proposed program for young, post-collegiate arts leaders from under-represented communities in Spring 2017. Funding for this program was secured and launched in Fall 2017.

    • Lead Instructor for Fellowship program, managing 42 weeks (in 2017-18) and 26 weeks (in 2018-19) of twice-a-week professional development activities — including teaching some classes and coaching organization staff members to lead the other classes — for young arts leaders from underrepresented communities serving as fellows.

  • Expansion Arts – a series of capacity-building workshops and one-on-one consultations with culturally specific organizations in Rhode Island.

  • International Association of Blacks in Dance – data visualization and analysis work for the #DyeingtoMatch campaign, an effort to raise awareness about the lack of nude dancewear items available for dancers of color.

  • Mass Cultural Council – Development of an organizational assessment and implementation plan to assist the organization with identifying and addressing challenges related to their existing diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts; articulate priorities for shifting the organizational culture and external approach; and increase their awareness for future program planning.

  • Smithsonian Institution, Office of Education and Access – a two-day workshop facilitation for senior education staff members on the current and future state of online learning across the Smithsonian Institution museums and research centers.

Bios for the three partners are available at Our Team. Over the course of our collective career, we have supported many cultural and education organizations (selected list): 

  • Associations and membership organizations – Women of Color in the Arts, National Assembly of State Arts Agencies, Chorus America, Association of Performing Arts Professionals, Emerging Arts Leaders DC, International Association of Blacks in Dance, Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County.

  • Producing and presenting organizations – Step Afrika!, Tappers with Attitude, The Dessoff Choirs, Thomas Circle Singers, Washington Performing Arts, Young New Yorkers' Chorus, Artfully Unforgotten, Broadway For All, BRIC.

  • Government – Corporation for National and Community Service, DC Public Library, Department of Education (Minority Serving Under Resourced School Division, Federal Student Aid, National Center for Education Statistics), Smithsonian Institution.

  • Other – University of Wisconsin-Madison, Westat, American Institutes for Research, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, CultureCapital, National Arts Strategies.

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