GIA Reader, Vol 13, No 3 (Fall 2002)

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Contents of Grantmakers in the Arts Reader: Volume 13, No. 3, (Fall 2002)


Member Reports

Digest: Studies, Books, Web Sites, and Other Publications

  • Developing High-Impact Arts Programs for Teens
    Based on a study by Emc.Arts, project director, Richard Evans<br>
  • Finding Cohesion, Capacity and Other Cultural Benefits in Unexpected Places
    Alaka Wali, Ph.D., principal investigator, Rebecca Severson, M.A., ethnographer, Mario Longoni, M.A., ethnographer
  • Stage-based Wisdom for Nonprofit Capacity
    Susan Kenny Stevens, foreword by Paul C. Light
  • A Guide to Founder Transition
    Debora Ott
  • Facts, Figures, Stats and Stories about Arts in Minnesota
  • Aspects of Community in Six Parts
    Carol Becker
  • Sustaining and Renewing Professional Management for the 21st Century.
    Prepared by Jocelyn Harvey
  • A Decade of the Space Program
  • Arts Development in the Suburbs
    Carolyn Bye, author Sylvia Paine Lindman, editor