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7/1/20

Happy 20th Anniversary, Karla Raines!

20 years after she joined Corona, Karla continues to be a leader and influencer in the firm and in the community.

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11/9/19

Colorado Media Project

If you’d like to learn more about how Coloradans access arts and culture, and how the news media interacts with the arts, we’ve got some good news for you. Read more here.

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10/31/19

Arts & culture: What do Coloradans want to know? [Event]

On November 8th, come to the Colorado History Center and hear Corona Insights and our friends at the Colorado Media Project talk about the intersection of arts and information.

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12/18/18

Arts and Culture Blog Series Recap

With the end of 2018 just around the corner, we also end our 2018 blog series on arts and culture. Over the past few months, we covered a couple of different topics within arts and culture.

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12/14/18

The arts and…cannabis?

Since its legalization, cannabis has disrupted the Colorado economy. In this blog, we will discuss how partnerships with cannabis companies can enable Denver to have a more robust and inclusive art space.

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12/13/18

How Allentown is using art to shape its downtown

In 2015, SeanKing and his colleagues reached out to Corona to learn more about creating a cultural plan for their city of Allentown. We spent more than a year working together to produce the Allentown Arts &Culture 20:21 Plan.It has been so interesting to see how cities of all sizes are using arts to revitalize […]

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12/9/18

Cultural Competency Requires more than Translations

We at Corona have the privilege of working with a wide variety of arts and culture organizations in Colorado and beyond.  One of the biggest challenges we hear a lot about these days is providing programs and services that will appeal to a group of culturally diverse audiences.  In the Denver metro, where we do […]

By Matt HerndonRead More

12/5/18

Taking Culture Seriously in Social Science

As a species, we exist in culture like fish in water. When we want to explain something that humans say or do, we need to consider culture.  While omnipresent, culture is not static. Its influence ebbs and flows depending on context. Every person experiences a myriad of cultures depending on time and place as long […]

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11/16/18

What do we mean by “arts” and “culture?”

As a philosopher turned strategy consultant, sometimes I like to begin my analysis of the wide range of data we work with at Corona Insights by stepping back and digging deeper into the key words that tie a set of information together. Understanding the linguistic root of a word as well as the evolution of […]

By Andrew StreightRead More

11/13/18

Disrupting the membership machine: An interview with Rosie Siemer

Membership programs are ubiquitous. From credit card companies to professional associations and cultural institutions, it seems like everyone is vying for our loyalty, engagement, and money. In a society based in consumerism, the ways we engage members are looking more and more alike across sectors and fields. That consolidation is quickening as consumer expectations shape […]

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