Amy Kitchener

Amy Kitchener

June 21, 2012 by admin
Enriching our culture and engaging diverse and underserved communities, small arts organizations pop up, flourish, and sometimes flounder, mostly under the philanthropic radar. They often foster artistic expressions not adequately served by larger organizations. Read More...
March 16, 2010 by admin
In 2009 the Fund for Folk Culture, a national intermediary serving the field of folk and traditional arts, suspended operations after eighteen years. GIA asked Amy Kitchener, executive director of the Alliance for California Traditional Arts, to interview Betsy Peterson, former executive director of the Fund for Folk Culture (FFC), about what led to this decision and to share some of the important experience the Fund gained during its years of operation. Amy Kitchener: Betsy, could you talk about how and why the Fund suspended its operations? Read More...
October 11, 2008 by admin
189 pages, September 2008. WolfBrown, 8A Francis Avenue, Cambridge, MA, 02138. (617) 494-9300, www.wolfbrown.com. Download: Read More...