New from the GIA Reader: Regranting as an Art Form

In an article in the latest issue of the GIA Reader, “Regranting as an Art Form: Empowering Artists as Community Change Agents,” Jack Becker of Forecast Public Art describes how being a nonprofit regrantor serves as a bridge between foundations and individual artists, utilizing practices that empower artists and support extraordinary projects.

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