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GIA Wrap Up

Good morning. “And the beat goes on…………………………” GIA – Day 3: The final day at any arts convention is usually a little anti-climatic.  People are checking out in the morning, some off for early flights; others are staying over to … Continue reading

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GIA – Day 2

Good morning. “And the beat goes on……………………….” GIA in San Francisco, Tuesday: Day 2 This day started out with a continental breakfast that included scrambled eggs, fresh fruit and croissants — a definite step up from the usual hotel continental … Continue reading

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Day 1 Report

Good morning. “And the beat goes on………………………..” GIA in San Francisco, Monday: Day 1 As I live in Marin just across the bay from San Francisco, I got up early and in very San Francisco style made my way over … Continue reading

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GIA in San Francisco

Good afternoon. “And the beat goes on…………………………..” Grantmakers in the Arts Conference – Embracing the Velocity of Change: I had a great time at GIA’s Chicago gathering last year, and I have been waiting in eager anticipation for this conference … Continue reading

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Meet the bloggers: Barry Hessenius

Former Director California Arts Council, President California Assembly of Local Arts Agencies, and Executive Director of LINES Ballet. Author, consultant, blogger and public speaker. Barry published his work Hardball Lobbying for Nonprofits in 2007 (Macmillan & Company, New York). He … Continue reading

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