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GIA Day 3

Good morning “And the beat goes on……………………” Breakout Sessions: I. Who Are Our Constituents? This session was based on the proposition that clarifying one’s constituency can change the approach to grant making. I think the reality is not so much … Continue reading

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A Brief Interlude

Good morning. “And the beat goes on…………….” It’s been a great conference. But I am Cezanne and Renoir overloaded after the Barnes. Will post tomorrow a final blog on some great breakout sessions from earlier today – and some final … Continue reading

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GIA Day 2 Breakout Sessions

Good morning. “And the beat goes on………………” The first full day of the GIA Conference began with thumbnail presentations by young artists – all of whom were engaging and inspiring. I find it often difficult to write about an artist’s … Continue reading

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Arts Education PreConference

Good Morning “And the beat goes on…………………………….” Blogging live from a conference is fraught with dangers. Unlike my regular weekly blog, which I can write, then re-write, then ponder, then dig deeper into some point, then re-write yet again — … Continue reading

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Twenty Major Issues GIA Members Face

I’m off to Philadelphia next week to attend, and blog live from, the Grantmakers In the Arts annual conference — joining fellow bloggers Diane Ragsdale and Ian David Moss (and his team). This is my first visit back to a … Continue reading

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