Two Philadelphia-based arts organizations – The Clay Studio and Fleisher Art Memorial – have seen tremendous success in attracting younger audiences and deepening engagement with culturally diverse neighborhood communities, respectfully. The journey of each institution is made public with the release of two new publications and three new videos by The Wallace Foundation. Opening New Doors: Hands-on Participation Brings a New Audience to The Clay Studio examines the organization’s ambitious efforts to reach younger audiences—revamping marketing materials and developing shorter introductory classes that eventually led to class enrollments tripling and revenue more than doubling. Staying Relevant in a Changing Neighborhood: How Fleisher Art Memorial is Adapting to Shifting Community Demographics follows the organization’s path to attract and

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