- My Grantmakers In the Arts 2013 Conference. I’m Sensing an Evolution.
- GIA 2013: Making Room for the New
- Systemic Change in a Pointillist World – Questions from GIA 2013
- Supporting Excellence in the Arts – Lessons from GIA 2013
- Who do arts funders exist to serve? Who should decide where the money goes? Do historic processes serve current needs and goals?
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Talia Gibas, Associate Editor at Createquity, also is Arts for All Manager at the Los Angeles County Arts Commission. Arts for All works to restore and sustain high quality arts education throughout Los Angeles County. Working closely with the Los … Continue reading
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
Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Createquity, Ian David Moss helps funders, government agencies, and others support the arts more effectively by harnessing the power of data to drive informed decision-making. As Research Director for Fractured Atlas, Ian designed and leads implementation … Continue reading
Diane Ragsdale is currently working at Erasmus University in Rotterdam, where she has lectured on such topics as the creative economy, cultural organizations, and arts management, and where she is pursuing a PhD. Her dissertation topic is the evolution in … Continue reading
Daniel Reid is an editorial consultant to Createquity. He is currently the Director of Strategic Planning at the CUNY Institute for Education Policy at Roosevelt House. Over the course of his editorial career, he has worked as a book editor … Continue reading
Grantmakers in the Arts is pleased to have a great team of bloggers covering the 2013 Conference in Philadelphia. Diane Ragsdale, Barry Hessenius, and the team from CreatequityIan David Moss, Daniel Reid, and Talia Gibaswill be posting their comments and … Continue reading