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December 29, 2014
‘Tis the Season of Giving… Right?

Sleigh bells are ringing, sugarplums are dancing, and children are scribbling their lists for Santa.   (And really, many of us adults are too. But more on that in a bit.) Clearly, it is the holiday season. The holidays bring a […]

December 23, 2014
Heads. Hearts. Hands.

I am thrilled to share a bit of news about something near and dear to my heart. This semester, with the support of CCAD, particularly Julie Taggart, the Dean of the School of Studio Arts, we created the CCAD Women’s […]

November 11, 2014
Speaking & Outreach
AICAD+B: Teaching the Business of Art & Design

On Friday, I had the pleasure of presenting to the AICAD conference, hosted by CCAD.  The conference theme was “Collaboration in Action,” and the entire two (plus) days was full of wonderful ideas of how we can share our resources […]

September 24, 2014
Events & Media
Boot Camps in Bloomington

Have you ever visited the charming city of Bloomington, Indiana?  If not, you are missing something truly special.  (But shhhhh… Don’t tell anyone.)   Recently Katy and I had the pleasure of presenting three workshops in Bloomington, Indiana, courtesy of […]

September 18, 2014
An Entrepreneurial Interview

I don’t usually think of myself as an entrepreneur.  I’m entrepreneurial, sure, but I don’t think I’m an entrepreneur.  For one thing, I don’t have an exit strategy.  I’d like to keep doing this — helping artists better manage the […]

August 4, 2014
Jugyokenkyu Meets Art

We’ve all heard the fallacy, “I’m an artist; I don’t do numbers.”  But we may have a new twist on that old favorite misconception: “I’m an American; I don’t do numbers.”   Last week my inbox and social media feeds […]

July 21, 2014
New Year. New Roles.

One of my favorite non-profit colleagues hosts a New Year’s Eve party on June 30 every year.  Since July 1 is the first day of many fiscal years in not-for-profit world, the party makes complete sense.  It is a delightful […]

June 20, 2014
Events & Media
Debt Sentence

As a client-serving CPA who happens to also work in higher education, the role of debt for young artists is never far from my mind.   That’s why I was thrilled to talk to Diep Tran for her article “Debt […]

June 13, 2014
Changes Afoot in Nonprofit Accounting

Nonprofit accountants are gathered in Washington now for the annual AICPA Nonprofit Conference (an excellent gathering I’ve attended in years past). Ken Tysiac reported on six key developments discussed yesterday in an article he released in The Journal of Accountancy. […]

June 11, 2014
Events & Media
Ямар нэг туршлага (What an Experience)

Anyone read Mongolian? Me either, which is why I had trouble finding 976 Art Gallery, an incredible contemporary art gem in Ulaanbaatar last week. (Knowing it is near the Ramada is incredibly helpful.) I persevered, however, to meet Gantuya Badamgarav, […]

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