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Arts Advocacy Update 161, 162: Connecticut Killing One Percent for Art?
A distillation of Arts Watch, the weekly e-blast of Americans for the Arts. This week: Tennessee triumphs!
Support the NEA! (With These Totally Lame Email Campaigns)
Why can Egyptians gather by the hundreds of thousands and we're satisfied with making our case through 50,000 emails?
Six Arts Groups Win Innovative Space Awards
Acknowledging best practices in the field of artist space development.
USA Ranks Fifth on ‘World Giving Index’
"Impressive" numbers in all three categories: giving to organizations, volunteering time and willingness to help complete strangers.
Step Up! Step Up! Get Your Emergency Grant Money Here!
Looking for last-minute funding? Click here.
Gates Grant to Help Rockefeller Philanthropy Help New Grantors
Why is $3.5 million the magic figure here? Could the same objective be met with $2.5 million?
The Risk of Fear as a Fundraising Tool
How many times can you drink from the trough of fear before people become numb to it?
New England Foundation for the Arts Receives $275K MetLife Grant for...
A total of $1.05 million in the last four years to support dance.
50 NYC Artists Sought for Creative Capital’s Professional Development Program
A unique opportunity for artists to step outside daily routines and focus on professional skills and artistic goals.
Growing Grassroots in Philadelphia, USA and Beyond
People are looking within their communities, neighborhoods and local governments to help towns get back on their feet.
New Article: State Arts Cuts Mean Fewer Acting Jobs
It's in the financial interest of Utah Shakespeare not to hire actors.
Wing Grants for “Emerging Theaters” Lift Off Anew
Ten grants of $10,000 each.
You’re a Composer in Manhattan or Queens and You Want Cash…
The first residencies? Spring 2009, with three Queens-based composers in residence at Flushing Town Hall.
The Wing and More Than a Prayer: The Springboard NYC Program
When I first entered the industry, I wish there had been a program like this.
Cultural Innovators Rev Your Engines: A Choice Rockefeller Grant Returns
New strategy for cultural production? Step right up and submit your organization's idea on line.
Is the “NEA-Rejected” Women’s Project Playing with Fire?
Are there risks for the Women's Project in hammering away publicly that it was "NEA-rejected"?
HERE Plucking New Artists for HARP
HARP nurtures hybrid artists and their audiences through cross-disciplinary exchange, peer-driven discussions and long-term development.
MetLife Boosts Innovative Museum Program to a $1M Tune
Broadening arts programming and promoting museums as centers of education.
Will You “Give the Gift of Culture” This Holiday Season?
Alliance for the Arts launches its annual campaign to get people to open their arts-oriented wallets.
The 10 Best Companies Supporting the Arts in America
These ten corporations are being honored for their service to, and advocacy for, the arts.