Author(s): Dunstan, Graham
Date of Publication: Sep 01, 2009

In 2002, the MetLife Foundation partnered with the Arts & Business Council of Americans for the Arts to create a five-year National Arts Forum Series. The goal of the series was to bring together nonprofit and private-sector professionals at sites across the country to examine some of the pressing issues facing their communities, including generational and demographic shifts, workforce development, leadership, and private-sector giving to the arts. In its multi-year run, the National Arts Forum Series offered more than 115 forum meetings in 22 cities from coast to coast.

Author(s): Baker, Ramona A.
Date of Publication: Feb 01, 2009

This Monograph will consider the changes in United Arts Funds as they are being thrust into a larger community leadership role, their causes, and the ways in which the field is adapting.

Author(s): Ellis, Adrian and Esquith, Rafe
Date of Publication: Jun 01, 2008

Publishing and distributing these Grantmakers in the Arts essays is part of our ongoing commitment to sharing information and deepening the understanding between local arts agency grantmakers and their partners in the private funding community.

Author(s): The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2008

The arts and cultural sector is one of Southeastern Pennsylvania’s strongest assets. The 2008 Portfolio examines the vibrancy, value, and vulnerability of the cultural community for civic leaders, policymakers, cultural organizations, and the general public. Two years ago, the first edition of Portfolio was lauded as a landmark study that documented the breadth, diversity, and well-being of Southeastern Pennsylvania’s nonprofit cultural resources.

Author(s): Bianchi, Valerie and Tracy, Charles
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 2007

Site specific art in natural environments put together by New England for the Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, and the National Park Service.

Author(s): Prescott, Kate
Date of Publication: Apr 01, 2007

In October 2006, Americans for the Arts’ National Arts Policy Roundtable was inaugurated. Co-convened with the Sundance Preserve, the topic of the roundtable was The Future of Private Giving to the Arts in America. To better understand this phenomenon, Americans for the Arts commissioned a pilot research study by Prescott & Associates that targeted a small number of good corporate arts citizens.

Author(s): Todd Bressi, Brown and Keener Bressi, Meridith McKinley, Via Partnership
Date of Publication: Jan 31, 2007

An update to San Jose existing Public Art Master Plan, which was adopted in 2001. This new Public Art Master Plan is intended to guide San Jose Public Art Program from 2007-2012.

Author(s): Government Accountability Office
Date of Publication: Nov 30, 2006

Issued by the United State Government Accountability Office this report outlines details of the Smithsonian Institution's contract with Showtime networks.

Author(s): The Cultural Alliance of Greater Milwaukee and the United Performing Arts Fund
Date of Publication: Nov 05, 2006

The Executive Summary for a 360 page report on how to target new customers, testing the capactiy of the market to maintain or expand audiences, identifying possibilites for audience diversification, ticketing strategies and recommendations for growth opportunities.

Author(s): Helmut K Anheier; Eve Garrow; Marcus Lam; David B Howard; Jocelyn Guihama
Date of Publication: Oct 09, 2006

The purpose of this study is to gain a clearer picture of arts funding in Los Angeles in the context of the regions wider cultural economy, and to look longitudinally at how funding flows and patterns have changed over the past five years.