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September 30, 2000 by admin
2000, 61 pages; published by the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, 250 Park Avenue, New York, New York 10177-0026, 212-551-9100. We've all seen them, or worse, even written them: proposals and papers that promise to empower targeted entities to promulgate comprehensive cutting edge paradigms and strategies through proactive collaborative linkages based on intensive learnings and extrapolations that impact at-risk populations through best practices. Read More...
September 30, 2000 by admin
A Report on the Ford Foundation Initiative Edited by Mindy Levine 1999, 64 pages. Developed by New England Foundation for the Arts, edited and published by Arts International, ISBN 0-9676467-0-7, 212-674-9744 Read More...
September 30, 2000 by admin
Executive Summary and Report Based on interviews by Morrie Warshawski and Dinah Zeiger Contributors to preparation and editing: Sonja K. Foss, Krista Lewis, Glynis Jones, Daniel Buehler, and Daisy Whitney 1999, 54 pages; Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF), Denver, Colorado, 303-629-1166. Read More...
September 30, 2000 by admin
National Arts Journalism Program, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, 2950 Broadway, Mail Code 7200, New York, New York 10027, 212-854-1912. Read More...
September 30, 2000 by admin
Policy Perspectives for Individuals, Institutions, and Communities Edited by Gigi Bradford, Michael Gary, and Glenn Wallach2000, 364 pages, $18.95 paper. The New Press, New York. Read More...
September 30, 2000 by admin
No. 1, December 1999, 8 pages; No. 2, June 2000, 12 pages; No. 3, June 2000, 12 pages. Funders' Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities, Collins Center for Public Policy, 150 SE Second Avenue, Suite 709, Miami, Florida 33131, 305-377-4484 Read More...
September 30, 2000 by admin
1995, 14 pages. Roadside Theater, 306 Madison Street, Whitesburg, Kentucky, 41858, 606-633-0108. Read More...
September 30, 2000 by admin
The Arts Education Partnership (AEP) is a private, nonprofit coalition of education, arts, business, philanthropic, and government organizations that was formed in 1995 through a cooperative agreement among four agencies: the NEA, the U.S. Education Department, the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies, and the Council of Chief State School Officers. Its purpose is "to demonstrate and promote the essential role of arts education in enabling all students to succeed in school, life, and work.” Read More...
September 30, 2000 by admin
The editors of the Reader received a letter from Deborah Obalil, author of Barriers and Motivations to Increased Arts Usage among Medium and Light Users. This study was discussed in "Readings in Cultural Participation" by Frances Phillips, published on page 18 in the autumn 1999 issue of GIA's Newsletter (now the Reader). In her letter, Obalil pointed out that the Newsletter article misrepresented Barriers and Motivations in a few key ways. Read More...
May 31, 2000 by admin
I have had, with my friend Wes Jackson, a number of useful conversations about the necessity of getting out of movements — even movements that have seemed necessary and dear to us — when they have lapsed into self-righteousness and self-betrayal, as movements seem almost invariably to do. People in movements too readily learn to deny to others the rights and privileges they demand for themselves. They too easily become unable to mean their own language, as when a “peace movement” becomes violent. Read More...