DPP Publishes "Arts & Culture: A Best Practice Case Study"

The Diversity in Philanthropy Project (diversityinphilanthropy.org) has published Arts & Culture: A Best Practice Case Study, DPP's first publication on arts and culture grantmaking and diversity and authored by Lydia D. Bell, former president of Princeton University’s International Music and Dance Performance Series. The report draws on the studied observations of various leading arts and culture funders (including current GIA President Vickie Benson and former GIA Executive Director Anne Focke) to ascertain opportunities for encouraging increased diversity, inclusion and equity in society through grant making in the creative fields.

You can get the full report from the GIA Library.

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