- 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?
Other GIA Blogs
Category Archives: Barry Hessenius
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
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
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
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
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