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Creative Capital, NYFA Present “Internet for Artists Workshop”
How to "build audience, expand community, amplify marketing and extend administrative resources."
The Coming Sahara in Arts Philanthropy?
I'd be curious to know if people give to the Metropolitan Opera because they've seen a performance on a movie screen.
TCG/MetLife Program Gives $50K to Clubbed Thumb for ‘Innovation and Creativity’
Four theaters receive additional "Think It" grants of $25K.
ART/NY Accepting Apps for JPMorgan Chase Fund for Small Theatres
To date, The JPMorgan Chase Fund for Small Theatres has awarded a total of $977,000.
For Playwrights: NY Foundation for the Arts Accepting Apps for ’10...
NYFA has awarded over $22 million to more than 3,600 New York artists.
What Recession? Merrimac Rep Boasts a Big Benefactor
A full-season sponsor and "two-year commitment to support and underwrite" productions. Not bad in recessionary times.
The Politics of Giving: Are All Charities — and Deductions —...
If charitable deductions for the arts are helpful, and charitable deductions for women's shelters and soup kitchens are not, should any of them be revoked?
Forbes Tells Endowment-Stricken Arts Groups: “It’s All Your Fault”
You can say that paying $45 million for a Duccio painting is pointless if one million people need cataract operations and can't see it, but isn't that apples and oranges?
In Philly, Audience-Development Champion PNC Foundation Unveils 23 Recipients
How is audience-development and access measured? In Philly, they may be finding out.
Got Musicals? Apps Being Accepted for 2010 Jonathan Larson Grants
Emerging composers, lyricists and book writers get their due.
What Recession? Berkeley Rep, Via Amex, Bestowing 16 Post-College Fellowships
These 16 fellows won't leave home -- and go to Berkeley Rep -- without it.