SEARCH RESULTS FOR LEADERSHIP IN AMERICANS FOR THE ARTS ARCHIVE : 94 ITEMS FOUND

Author(s): Arts Alliance, Inc.
Date of Publication: Jun 30, 2001

The Cultural Plan for Albuquerque, prepared by the Arts Alliance for City Hall, ably promotes the diversity and quality of our hidden cultural life to outsiders and to our own ever-increasing population. The Cultural Plan challenges the mainstream� and celebrates Albuquerque's great strength as a nonconformist city with both a practical and creative temperament.

Author(s): THE PLANNING COMMISSION TOWN OF BEAUX ARTS VILLAGE
Date of Publication: May 31, 2001

BYLAWS OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION TOWN OF BEAUX ARTS VILLAGE Adopted March, 1998 Amended November, 1998 Amended June, 2001

Author(s): Arthurs, Alberta and Wallach, Glenn, Editors
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 2000

Religion and art often interact as dynamic forces in American life. An interdisciplinary group of distinguished thinkers investigates this complex relationship, looking for common ground and opportunities for cooperation between the arts and religion in America.

Author(s): Burton, David, Ph.D.
Date of Publication: Mar 31, 2000

An Advisor Network could be created to facilitate communication, collaboration, cooperation, and coordination among those with expertise and those with need.

Author(s): Whatcom Council of Nonprofits; and Community Impact Consulting
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1999

This document is for nonprofits organizations to use as a tool in strategic planning and evaluation of their organizations. The best practices for nonprofit organizations in nine core competency areas are identified and suggestions for achieving success in each area are provided.

Author(s): Compas, Inc.
Date of Publication: Mar 03, 1999

The amended and restated bylaws of Compas, Inc. outlines the structure, procedure and laws of governance for all members of the Board of Directors. Included are the detailed procedures and policies pertaining to meetings procedures, members and officers, and committees.

Author(s): National Association of Artists' Organizations
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1997

A directory to organizations that help artists and a document which outlines organizational activity by artists. Essays and testimonies about general trends in the arts community follow.

Author(s): Herron, Donna G.; Hubbard, Tamara S.; Kirner, Amy E.; Newcomb, Lynn; Reiser-Memmer, Michelle; Robertson, Michael E. II; Smith, Matthew W.; Tullio, Leslie A.; and Young, Jennifer S.
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1997

In October 1996, as students in the Master of Arts Management Program at Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management, we conducted the National Study of Arts Mangers (NSAM) to determine whether a glass ceiling exists in arts management. The project stemmed from an article entitled Power List: 100 Most Important People in Theatre, which appeared in Theatre Week Magazine in August 1995. Out of the one hundred people listed, only sixteen were women. The U.S. Department of Labor defines glass ceilings as those artificial barriers based on attitudinal or

Author(s): Finn, David and Jedlicka, Judith A.
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1997

Since the 19th century, American business leaders have contributed to the formation of many of the best museums, performance groups, and arts foundations in this country. The Art of Leadership concentrates on 29 of these leaders, specifically those active during the last three decades in the Business Committee for the Arts, a national organization founded to strengthen the bond between the two sectors.

Author(s): Hummel, Joan and Center for Nonprofit Management, University of St. Thomas
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1995

For more than 15 years, Starting and Running a Nonprofit Organization has been the basic primer for many organizations. Now completely revised, this guide will help anyone who is forming a new nonprofit, thinking about converting a grassroots group to tax-exempt status, or reorganizing an existing agency. Its also an excellent reference for people currently managing a nonprofit organization. Containing handy checklists, worksheets, and lists of resources, a standard handbook describes, step-by-step, all of the phases of creating and operating a new nonprofit agency, including

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