Grantmakers in the Arts is a national association of public and private arts funders - providing members with resources and leadership to support artists and arts organizations.

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Events

Call for Sessions: 2020 GIA Conference
February 11 Webinar
Racial Equity Podcast Series
January - March 2020

Highlights

Arts Education Advocacy

State-by-State Guide for Arts Education Funding

GIA has released an online state-by-state guide on how States are using their federal funds under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) to support arts education and arts programming in K-12 schools in the United States. The guide serves as an introduction to ESEA, recently updated by Congress through the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and provides guidance in understanding the law, the different programs within it, and how those programs relate to the arts or arts education.

Learn more about advocacy in your state here.

Disaster Relief

Information and Resources for Arts Funders

Our hearts and thoughts are with the communities affected by recent hurricanes and wildfires. Grantmakers in the Arts has a page of resources for arts funders who may be seeking information. GIA has assembled a listing of resources for arts funders who may be seeking information.

See how you can help

Arts Funders Respond

Engaging the Political Climate

Grantmakers in the Arts understands that changes in the national political climate have impacted the arts and our communities. Arts Funders Respond is an opportunity to learn and share strategies, statements, news, and other resources to support arts grantmakers as they navigate and respond to the changing political landscape.

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Media

GIA Reader

Supporting Immigrant Artists and Border Communities

The United States is a conglomerate of cultures, languages, and races—all contributing something unique to what makes the US a place where people can find community and belonging. However, the journey of migrants can vastly differ from this narrative and depends on the resources and support available to them. How can funders be supportive in welcoming new artists into the US? In this podcast episode we hear from Adriana Rios of National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures and Luisa Martinez from Otros Dreams en Acción.
Video from the GIA 2019 Conference in Denver, Colorado, are now available for streaming.

A Trip Down Memory Lane: Activism, Culture, and the Individual Artist