2011 Grant Awards: Access to Artistic Excellence
[ March 11, 2010 deadline ]
Artists Communities |
Folk & Traditional Arts |
Local Arts Agencies |
Media Arts |
Opera | Presenting | Theater |
Some details of the projects listed below are subject to change, contingent upon prior
Local Arts Agencies
Alliance for Audience (aka ShowUp.com)
To support ShowUp.com, an audience-building initiative. ShowUp.com provides coordinated electronic marketing services, including an online calendar of events, email newsletter, regional museum pass, and online ticket services promoting the region's arts and cultural organizations.
Allied Arts of Greater Chattanooga (aka Allied Arts)
To support a community-wide cultural planning process for Hamilton County and the surrounding region.
Americans for the Arts, Inc.
To support Back to Basics: A Fundamentals Training and Technical Assistance Initiative for Local Arts Agencies. Services will include strategic planning, organizational and community cultural planning, marketing, audience development, and fiscal management.
Arts & Business Council of Miami, Inc.
To support the Small Business On Board for the Arts Initiative, designed to strengthen the recruitment efforts of arts governing boards.
Arts & Business Council, Inc. (aka Arts & Business Council of New York)
New York, NY
To support professional development services for individual artists and staff of New York arts and culture organizations.
Arts Extension Institute, Inc. (aka Arts Extension Service)
To support the revision and publication of Fundamentals of Arts Management, Sixth Edition.
Arts Wisconsin, Inc.
To support management workshops and other professional development opportunities for Wisconsin artists and arts organizations.
ArtServe Michigan, Inc. (aka ArtServe)
To support Creative Impact MI, a statewide arts and culture news website and biweekly e-publication promoting local, state, and regional activities.
Bronx Council on the Arts, Inc. (aka BCA)
To support a series of workshops focused on earned income planning for artists and small arts organizations.
California Lawyers for the Arts, Inc.
San Francisco, CA
To support the California Lawyers for the Arts E-Learning Project, which will provide information, such as copyright and trademark, especially designed for artists and arts organizations to help improve their business practices.
City of Los Angeles (on behalf of Department of Cultural Affairs)
Los Angeles, CA
To support the Los Angeles Dance Advance (LADA), a professional development initiative for mid-career and emerging dance artists in Los Angeles.
City of San Diego, California (aka Commission) (on behalf of Commission for Arts & Culture)
San Diego, CA
To support Survive and Thrive Integrated Marketing Program, a capacity-building initiative for not-for-profit cultural organizations.
City of Tacoma, Washington (aka Tacoma Arts Commission) (on behalf of Tacoma Arts Commission)
To support the tenth annual presentation of the series Art at Work: Work at Art. Project activities include an arts symposium with professional development workshops and customized consultations for artists and arts organizations.
Greater Hartford Arts Council, Inc.
To support the development, production, and distribution of the State of the Arts Report for Hartford, Connecticut, which examines the current economic and civic impact of the creative sector on Greater Hartford's economy.
Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance
To support Phillyfunguide.com, the region's leading online entertainment event calendar, and FunSavers, a discount ticket program with more than 83,000 weekly subscribers.
Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council
To support the ProArtsTickets Centralized Box Office and Marketing Data Service, which provides online and telephone ticket sales and marketing support to benefit 50 small and mid-sized arts organizations in the Pittsburgh area.
Illinois Arts Alliance (aka Arts Alliance Illinois) (Consortium)
To support the Local Arts Network (LAN). Led by Arts Alliance Illinois, in partnership with the Illinois Arts Council, the network will provide professional development, communications, and networking opportunities for local arts agencies throughout Illinois.
Ink People, Inc. (aka The Ink People Center for the Arts)
To support the DreamMaker Program: Creating Healthy Communities through Arts and Culture. This arts incubator program provides peer support, technical assistance, not-for-profit management workshops, and individualized professional development for rural Humboldt County cultural groups.
Maine Arts Commission (Consortium)
To support the development of workshops designed to strengthen the boards of Maine's not-for-profit arts organizations.
Queens Council on the Arts, Inc. (aka QCA)
To support the Artist Empowerment Initiative, designed to strengthen and develop the professional careers of Queens-based artists, and provide capacity-building support for arts organizations.
Tucson-Pima Arts Council, Inc. (aka TPAC)
To support TPCA's Field Services, a series of professional development opportunities for Tucson arts organizations and artists.
United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County, Inc. (aka United Arts)
To support a cultural assessment and planning process for three small towns in rural Eastern Wake County. The area is poised for growth following recent population increases and highway developments which make it more accessible to the entire Triangle region.
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