Join us for the next Arts Funders' Learning Network session.
Arts Funders Network
Join us as we gather with our colleagues from Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council to discuss recommendations put forth in their recent report: Racial Equity and Arts Funding in Greater Pittsburgh, and identify potential common interests and practices.
Hosted by Foundation Center, this webinar will examine mission-related investment (MRI) strategies within foundations.
GWP Arts Funders' Learning Network Resource for 12-19-18
Grantmakers in the Arts 2018 in Oakland, CA
Theme: Race, Place, Space
Notes and Resources from Tiffany Wilhelm for GWP Arts Learning Network
The greater Pittsburgh region takes pride in its cultural assets, and the philanthropic community has a long history of making investments in them. Through this network, GWP members gather to learn about trends and issues affecting arts and cultural organizations, as well as emerging approaches to strengthening this vital sector of the community.
A benchmark project that will encourage funders to adopt intentional investment strategies to support the long-term stability of this sector.
Resource from the Arts Funders' Learning Network Program 6-27-18
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Resources from GWP's 12/3/2013 program, A Conversation on Capitalization and Community
Public funding for the arts in the United States continues to originate from three primary sources: federal appropriations to the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), legislative appropriations to the nation’s state arts agencies, and direct expenditures on the arts by local governments. Fiscal year 2013 was a mixed year for these funding streams. State and local government revenues posted positive gains, but public budgets are still feeling some residual effects of an extended recession, combined with a high degree of uncertainty regarding federal funding.