AMS Planning & Research Launches Arts Management Consulting Fellowship Engaging participants of Color AMS is seeking qualified candidates of color for fellowships in our Southport, Connecticut office. This effort is being undertaken to help support and escalate involvement of individuals from groups that have been underrepresented in the arts and culture consulting field. Fellowships are […]
AMS was engaged in late 2015 to complete a business planning study to more fully understand the potential operating and financial realities of the proposed Beaverton Center for the Arts. At that time, the City of Beaverton was in the planning stages of implementing a multi-functional facility that would include a performance venue, gallery, outdoor […]
AMS President Steven A. Wolff contributed a chapter entitled “The Evolution of the Performing Arts Center: What Does Success Look Like?” to the 2017 Routledge book, Performing Arts Center Management.
In an article for Arts Centre Melbourne’s magazine, Encore, AMS Principal Steven A. Wolff details the evolution of “public value” among a particularly complex group of arts organizations: performing arts centers. Modern performing arts centers like Arts Centre Melbourne which officially opened in 1984 were relatively new concepts that dated back only to the […]