Mergers, Alliances, and Just Plain Cooperation: A Delicate but Necessary Dance

October 2004
Designed by Kathleen Cerveny, senior program officer, The Cleveland Foundation; and Neal Cuthbert, program director, McKnight Foundation; presented by Kathleen Cerveny; Susan Kenney Stevens, Ph.D., executive principal, LarsonAllen Public Service Group; and John Yankey, Ph.D., Leonard W. Mayo professor, Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations, Case Western Reserve University.
Published in: 2004 Conference Proceedings

Going to the Global Hop: Supporting Multi-Cultural Expression

October 2004
Designed by Betsy Peterson, executive director, The Fund for Folk Culture; and Sandra Smith, community research & grants management officer, The Columbus Foundation; presented by Betsy Peterson; Sam Miller, president, Leveraging Investments in Creativity; Sophiline Cheam Shapiro, artistic director, Khmer Arts Academy; and Tomás Ybarra-Frausto, director, Creativity and Culture, Rockefeller Foundation
Published in: 2004 Conference Proceedings

Finding Civility

October 2004
Designed by Hal Cannon, board member, Fund for Folk Culture; Anne Focke, executive director, Grantmakers in the Arts; and Michael Moore, director of arts programs, The Wallace Foundation; discussion with Bill Ivey, director, Curb Center for Art, Enterprise, and Public Policy at Vanderbilt University; and Tony Kahn, radio journalist (WGBH, Boston)
Published in: 2004 Conference Proceedings

Dancing with Schools II: The Analysis

October 2004
Designed by Deena Epstein, senior program officer, The George Gund Foundation; a conversation with Rob Horowitz, associate director, Center for Arts Education Research at Teachers College, Columbia University; and Nick Rabkin, director, Chicago Center for Arts Policy.
Published in: 2004 Conference Proceedings

Cultural Diplomacy: Fostering Artistic Interactions

October 2004
Organized by Olga Garay, program director for the arts, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation; and Jeanne Butler, senior advisor, Creative Capital; presented by Patricia Gray, Ph.D., artistic director and pianist, National Musical Arts; Lea Perez, director, US Department of State; András Szantó, Ph.D., director, National Arts Journalism Program, Columbia University, Graduate School of Journalism; and Noreen Tomassi, president, Arts International, Inc.; moderated by Claire Fronville, acting president, Center for Arts and Culture.
Published in: 2004 Conference Proceedings

Artist-to-Artist Teaching Model: The Creative Capital Workshop Series

October 2003
Session Designer: Alyson Pou, Creative Capital Foundation
Published in: 2003 Conference Proceedings

An Age of Distributed Culture

October 2003
Session designers and presenters: Joan Shigekawa, Rockefeller Foundation with Ann Doyle, Internet2; Steve Dietz, New Media Curator; JC Herz, technology writer; Michael Wellings, ResearchChannel; and Kathleen McMonigal, ResearchChannel
Published in: 2003 Conference Proceedings