This is a great time of year at the office. We reflect back on the great things we did, the things we wish we would have done better and the things we’re looking forward to in 2013.
So, today’s ThinkKit blog challenge was particularly fitting — to create a pie chart on what we’ll be doing next year. Here’s my attempt to break down the time we spend on our biggest initiatives…
Of course, the largest chunk of time will be on our current 2-year initiative of Spirit of Competition. This piece also includes the various programs (i.e. INconversation and Chew on This) that fall under that umbrella.
Moving toward the right, you’ll see that we expect to spend about equal time finishing out the Food for Thought program — mainly selling our book — and planning for the next theme in 2014 and 2015: The Next Indiana.
Next up is Community Conversations, a program we run with the Bowen Center for Public Affairs at Ball State University.
Getting another substantial piece of our time is our grantmaking program, and the free lending library service Novel Conversations.
It’s a busy year ahead, but we can’t wait for it to begin!
Indiana Humanities is participating in the December Think Kit challenge by writing something every day based on a writing prompt provided by the folks at SmallBox. This post was written by Kristen Fuhs Wells, director of communications.