GIA is pleased to announce four new members to the Support for Individual Artists (SfIA) Committee.
Grantmakers in the Arts
In April 2023, the Chicago Commitment at the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation launched A Road Together (ART), our regranting partnership with the Field Foundation. Field will regrant $15 million in MacArthur funds over the next five years to offer general operating support to small and mid-sized arts and culture organizations in Chicago with a strong commitment to equity.
From Funders for Justice:
From Council on Foundations:
We invite philanthropic and nonprofit organizations to sign on to the statement below to join the Council on Foundations and Independent Sector in supporting the rights of philanthropic organizations, charitable nonprofits, and individual donors to give in ways that align with their values.
From the Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundation:
Community Foundations for Just Communities
Thursday January 18 from 2-3:30 EST/1-2:30 CST/noon-1:30 MST/11-12:30 PST
Community Foundations can open doors for new ways to support artists and arts organizations. Donor advised funds (DAFs), collaborations with private foundations, advocacy and lobbying are all aspects that can bring more resources to the field.
From Arts Funders Forum:
End the year with some of the thought leaders that we turn to for advice and wisdom. Hear about the most pressing issues facing arts funding, and their actionable solutions to forge ahead in 2024.
Join them for this webinar on December 19 at 11 CT/12pm ET.
From Northern California Grantmakers:
For the final conversation in 2023 for The Shift, Mark will be in conversation with the first woman of color to lead Dance/USA, a service organization for the dance field in its 40-year history. In this conversation, we will discuss how the Board of Directors should and can support women of color in executive leadership positions in the non-profit sector.
The discussion will stream on LinkedIn on Tuesday, December 12 from 2-2:45pm EST. Learn more here.