Author(s): Yuen, Cheryl L.
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1989

This book offers some outlines, ideas, and starting points as tools for putting together and maintaining a local arts agency.

Author(s): Lynch, Robert L.
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1987

This booklet recounts 10 years of service of the National Assembly of the Local Arts Agencies. Prepared by National Assembly of Local Arts Agencies in Washington, DC in 1988.

Author(s): Allen, Herb
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1980

If you are about to enter the world of grantmanship, the following pages will give you some ideas about the nature and feeding habits of the beast known as foundations. This creature comes in all shapes and sizes, and it is estimated that the U. S. abounds with a population of more than 22,000 of them. The ability and the willingness of the foundation beast to fund programs and projects are controlled by many factors which include everything from the animal known as super-beast (the government in general, and Internal Revenue Service in particular) to the wishes and quirks of the donors,

Author(s): McIver, Ann Gregg
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1980

The final evaluation of the NYSCA Decentralization Pilot Program is a compilation of three years of evaluative information. During this three year period extensive data has been compiled regarding all aspects of the program. Multiple surveys have been administrated. . . at various levels of the decentralization process.... This final evaluation attempts to analyze and assess in a more generalized way the effectiveness of the decentralization process as both a local decision-making mechanism and a provider of funds for cultural enrichment at the community level.

Author(s): Cwi, David
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1976

The conference provided arts researchers, administrators, and working artists with an opportunity to evaluate and inform the Endowment's Research agenda and to take stock of the emerging interdisciplinary field of arts research. This report contains the conference proceedings.

Author(s): New York State Council on the Arts, Budget Task Force
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1969

In 1971 the New York State Legislature enacted a plan to provide $18 million for aid to non-profit cultural organizations to help offset operating deficits and to encourage and extend existing cultural resources for the New York State citizens. The Director of the Budget created a special Task Force in May 1970 to assist the council on the Arts in developing a plan of operations for administering the grants.

Author(s): South Dakota Arts Council
Date of Publication: May 15, 2019

MISSION: The South Dakota Arts Council is a state agency serving South Dakotans and their communities through the arts.

Author(s): Scottsdale Cultural Council
Date of Publication: May 15, 2019

the Scottsdale Cultural Council's 5-year strategic plan -- a vision that our contract with the City of Scottsdale requires, but which is truly a labor of love. It is the creation of the Scottsdale Cultural Council's Board of Trustees, supported by the senior staff of the Cultural Council, who invested just over a year to researching and deliberating its components. Perhaps its most important statement is contained in the preamble, where it recognizes that future success, "depends on [the] ability to motivate a wide range of stakeholders - audiences, donors, artists, arts educators, sponsors,

Author(s): The Massachusetts Cultural Council
Date of Publication: May 15, 2019

This report examines the investment of the state of Massachusetts in the arts and culture. According to the report, Massachusetts ranks 42nd in the nation in the average grant it awards to cultural organizations and community projects. 

Author(s): Americans for the Arts
Date of Publication: 2018

Copy of the 2018 LAA Profile survey instrument intended as reference material.