Ask yourself these seven questions before moving forward with a licensing model.
National unemployment rates are high due to the coronavirus—and even higher for dance businesses. Plus, the pandemic brings a host of new considerations for employers dealing with laid-off or furloughed employees. We broke down the answers to six need-to-know questions.
Kelly’s been holding creative virtual fundraisers since before it was cool (read: necessary). Here’s how to make them engaging—and bring in donations.
Since the onset of COVID-19, glittery black-tie fundraising galas with celebrity red carpets have become a thing of the past. But because arts organizations often rely on an annual gala event to bring in a significant portion of their operating budget, outright cancellation is not an option.
Small-dance-business owners have a responsibility to uphold anti-racist values. Take this pledge to make five actionable steps toward putting those values into practice.
While the risk of a lawsuit is low for those who faithfully follow state and local guidelines, this expert advises taking additional steps to protect your business.
Leveraging her visibility as the former artistic director of Houston’s METdance, Marlana Doyle was perfectly poised to open her new school. Then came COVID-19. When…
Even with many of their businesses on hold, dancewear makers, studios and stores are doing what they can to help during COVID-19.
Acquiring a building is no small feat, especially in San Francisco’s ultra-competitive real estate market. Here’s how Smuin Ballet moved mountains to buy their own building in Potrero Hill.
Maybe you’ve heard about this small-business relief program and assumed it was only for companies with employees—or that it was too late to apply? Neither is true. Congress is adding funds to it—and freelancers are welcome to apply. A dancer-turned-finance professional explains how it works.