Whose Revolution Is It

Whose Revolution Is It

“Whose Revolution Is It?” is a written adaptation of the Stephen E. Weil Memorial lecture delivered at the Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums’ annual meeting October 25, 2010 by Marian A. Godfrey, senior director of Culture Initiatives at The Pew Charitable Trusts. The lecture focuses on how evolving societal and cultural forces—demographic shifts, the impact of new technologies and generational transitions—are challenging all cultural organizations, including museums, to transform the visitor experience, and how arts organizations can respond to this sea change.

The front facade of the Supreme Court of the United States in Washington, DC.
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Agenda for America

Resources for federal, state, and local decision-makers

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Data-driven policymaking is not just a tool for finding new solutions for emerging challenges, it makes government more effective and better able to serve the public interest.

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States of Innovation

Data-driven state policy innovations across America

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Data-driven policymaking is not just a tool for finding new solutions for difficult challenges. When states serve their traditional role as laboratories of innovation, they increase the American people’s confidence that the government they choose—no matter the size—can be effective, responsive, and in the public interest.