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CultureSource has been selected for the Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Digital Accelerator program alongside other U.S. and U.K. based arts organizations that are focused on advancing the arts sectors use of technology.

The program helps strengthen arts organizations through strategic improvements to technology infrastructure, and fellows are supported as they work to develop and implement transformational technology at their organization.

CultureSource’s internal staff lead on the program will be Goode Wyche III, who joined our team in July and will now also take on the additional title of Bloomberg Tech Fellow.

Goode is excited to explore new ways to innovate with technology in partnership with Bloomberg to benefit the arts and culture ecosystem of Southeast Michigan.

“I’m honored to be a Bloomberg Tech fellow not only because I will be able to build on my experience in digital experimentation from presenting during the pandemic, but also because I can use this opportunity to build CultureSource’s capacity to serve our members through changemaking, identifying new opportunities, and developing innovative solutions that benefit the arts sector as a whole.”

View All Participating U.S. Organizations

92nd Street Y

Afro Latin Jazz Alliance of New York

Alliance for Young Artists & Writers


Atlanta History Center

August Wilson African American Cultural Center

Austin Opera

Ballet Hispánico



Dance Institute of Washington

Dance Theatre of Harlem


Deaf West Theatre

Entertainment Community Fund (formerly known as The Actors Fund)

Forklift Danceworks

Ghetto Film School

Greenwood Cultural Center

Harlem Stage

HERE Arts Center

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Jazz at Lincoln Center

Lighthouse Writers Workshop

Mark Morris Dance Group

Motown Historical Museum Inc

Museo de las Americas

Museum of Design Atlanta

National Black Theatre

New 42

New Museum

New York City Center

Oakland Museum of California

Orchestra of St. Luke’s

Paley Center for Media


Project Row Houses

Queens Museum

RedLine Contemporary Art Center

Roundabout Theatre Company

Second Stage Theater

Signature Theatre Company

SMU DataArts

South Arts

Sphinx Organization

St. Ann’s Warehouse

Step Afrika!

Tenement Museum

The Apollo Theater

The Barnes Foundation

The Field

The Juilliard School

The Laundromat Project

Theatre for a New Audience

True Colors Theatre Company

Wassaic Project

Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

Fellows work on a variety of projects including website redevelopment, customer relationship management and ticketing, content creation and distribution, digital archives, and digital asset management. Fellows are also supported with leadership development and offered training on best practices sharing learning across a network of nonprofit cultural organizations.

Launched in 2021, the program was designed to help arts organizations stabilize and thrive in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic through strategic improvements to technology infrastructure. Bloomberg Philanthropies has since invested $43 million in the Digital Accelerator program across various institutions in the U.S. and U.K.

View All Participating U.K. Organizations

Almeida Theatre

Art UK



Ashmolean Museum

Ballet Black

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art

Birmingham Royal Ballet

Chisenhale Gallery

Clean Break

Create London

Dance Umbrella

English Heritage

English PEN



Kiln Theatre

Liverpool Biennial

Manchester International Festival

Museum of London

National Portrait Gallery

Revoluton Arts


Royal Academy of Arts

Royal College of Art

Royal Court Theatre

Sadler’s Wells

Serpentine Trust

Seven Stories

South London Gallery

Southbank Centre

Spike Island

Studio Voltaire

Studio Wayne McGregor

Tara Theatre

The National Gallery

The National Theatre

The Old Vic

The Yard Theatre

Turner Contemporary

Unicorn Theatre


Whitechapel Gallery

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Young Vic

Alongside the Digital Accelerator program, Goode will focus on integrating the programmatic offerings of EmcArts into CultureSource. CultureSource acquired nonprofit arts consulting firm EmcArts in 2022.

The Bloomberg program will provide structural support for the integration of EmcArts and CultureSource’s digital systems, as well as explore new methods to bring changemaking programs to local and national audiences via digital distribution.

CultureSource changemaking programs, informed by the work of EmcArts, will aim to help cultural organizations become more resilient in the face of financial, societal, and technological change.

Goode currently leads CultureSource’s efforts to help organizations build adaptive capacities, make change, and innovate iteratively. This suite of services will become even more robust as a result of the Bloomberg investment.

Prior to joining CultureSource, Goode served as a presenter at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, where he navigated the adaptation of in-person programming to the virtual space during the pandemic through curated events that included a virtual jazz festival.

Goode Wyche III

Program Manager