GIA Reader, Vol 15, No 1 (Winter 2004)

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Contents of Grantmakers in the Arts Reader: Volume 15, No. 1, (Winter 2004)

Readings

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

  • Research and the Arts Sector
    Valerie B. Morris and David B. Pankratz, editors Review by Frances Phillips
  • A Step-by-Step Guide to Creating Effective Policy Reports
    Suri Duitch (Kathleen McGowan and Carl Vogel, editors) Review by Kelly Barsdate, National Assembly of State Arts Agencies
  • Evaluation: The Good News for Funders Andrew Mott Learning As We Go: Making Evaluation Work for Everyone Peter York Reviews by Kelly Barsdate, National Assembly of State Arts Agencies
  • Tips on Advocacy for Publicly Funded Nonprofits
    Suri Duitch Review by Cara Seitchek
  • Lobby Government Officials, Advocate for Legislation, and You Know What Will Happen? Better Public Policy
    Alliance for Justice Review by Cara Seitchek
  • The Importance of Community Venues
    Chris Walker with Kay Sherwood Review by Beth Feldman Brandt, Stockton Rush Bartol Foundation
  • How Arts & Culture Is Fueling Economic Growth in New York City Neighborhoods
    Neil Scott Kleiman et al. Review by Carl Little, Maine Community Foundation
  • The Economic Impact of Nonprofit Arts Organizations and their Audiences
    Americans for the Arts Review by Carl Little
  • The Arts’ Hidden Contributions to Regional Development
    Ann Markusen and David King Review by Cara Seitchek
  • Mark A. Hager, Thomas H. Pollak Review by Pamela Gregg, Flintridge Foundation
  • Cornerstone and Community-Based Theater
    Sonja Kuftinec Review by Angie Kim, Flintridge Foundation
  • Building a Strong Foundation
    Compiled and edited by Sara Beggs, Erica C. Johnson, and Jack Thomas Review by Jane Levy, Marin Community Foundation
  • Debra L. Ruegg, Terry M. Fraser, Anne L. Howden, Susan Kenny Stevens Review by Diane Nance, Greater Columbus Arts Council
  • The State of Dance in the U.S.
    Reviews by Suzanne Sato, independent consultant, and board member National Video Resources
  • Learn It and Use It For Life: A Practical Guide
    Twyla Tharp, with Mark Reiter Review by Irene Borger, Alpert Award in the Arts
  • Stan Hutton