Social Impact – through all of its programs – is committing here and now to prioritizing anti-racism in our work, operations and use of resources.
Because that’s all you really know. Don’t get stuck in analysis paralysis.
The Whitney is closed, but we can take a virtual field trip to this stunning moment in art history! Hosted by Ennis Carter.
Elizabeth Murphy is one of those people who seems to do it all. To match her proud Irish heritage and her unwavering vision of a better world, we helped her rename her business “Rathú” – which means “Thrive.”
GenX may be getting its due. But, underneath “expert slacking” might be a leadership style we need most right now.
One of our most exciting projects in 2019 was a new website/app for coNECKtedTOO in Charleston, SC!
You’ve heard of the Green New Deal. Did you know that the original New Deal hired out-of-work artists to help rebuild our country after the Great Depression? From 1936-1943, the WPA Poster artists designed, printed and distributed millions of posters to inspire a public consciousness about positive social change.
The Discovery Orchestra teaches listening skills that help people really connect with classical music. In 2019 they launched a new website that showcases their super fun and informative content and aligns with their vision to reach more people worldwide!