Sunday, October 9 through Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Preconferences: Sunday, October 9
Funders are facing a landscape of unprecedented changes, and technology has accelerated both the pace and reach of these changes. At the same time, our philanthropic community is responding to critical questions of equity in funding programs and practices. The 2010 census is providing a look at the changing faces of our communities and the cultural forces that both bind and separate them. Artists, at the center of our work, continue to challenge and inspire us.
The 2011 GIA conference will meet at the intersection of art, technology, and social change. No surprise that intersection is in California.
Join your colleagues in the San Francisco Bay Area, crossroads of traditional cultures, contemporary art, technology, and innovation. The diverse cultural and artistic resources of the region will inform and challenge our investigations of current trends and directions in art and cultural philanthropy.
950 Mason Street
San Francisco, California, 94108
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Conference rate at the Fairmont San Francisco is $199.00