Donor-centric fundraising is all the rage. It makes a great deal of sense. Know who your donors are and why they are motivated to support a charity; ensure their gifts are allocated as requested; do the appropriate stewardship to show the charity understands their giving goals with supporting information. 782 more words
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In January, Baltimore learned that it was losing one of its most successful arts administrators with the news that Deana Haggag, executive director of The Contemporary – a nomadic Baltimore-based contemporary art museum – would be leaving to become the president and CEO of United States Artists (USA). 608 more words
Seeking sixty local arts groups to participate in a yearlong training program to improve racial equity in the arts and culture sector
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“The arts and culture field, like many other sectors, has historically over-emphasized diversity and audience engagement strategies.
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“Black anger has often stoked the flames of progress in this country. Philanthropy, however it manifests itself – a national institution, a small family foundation, or individual donors with or without significant wealth – would be well served to embrace it.” – Rodney D.
The Theater Subdistrict Council of New York City has announced a $2 million allocation in grants to increase diversity in nonprofit theaters. The funding is designed to cover the costs for training and mentorship programs at four New York arts organizations: Roundabout Theater Company, the New York Theater Workshop, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and Harlem Stage. 232 more words