SEARCH RESULTS FOR GRANTMAKING IN AMERICANS FOR THE ARTS ARCHIVE : 54 ITEMS FOUND

Author(s): Benjamin Davidson
Date of Publication: August 2001

Americans for the Arts receives more than 3,500 annual requests for information about local arts agencies (LAAs). To provide the most accurate answers to these questions, we conduct an extensive triennial survey to measure the status and condition of the LAA field. Here are the in-depth findings from our Fiscal Year 2000 Survey of Local Arts Agencies.

Author(s): New York City Global Partners Inc.
Date of Publication: Jan 31, 2005

Contains short descriptions and contact information for all public art resources in New York City. Published by the Sister City Program of the City of New York.

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Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1998

During the fall of 1998, Americans for the Arts surveyed the local arts agencies in the 50 largest U.S. cities. Detailed data about revenues and expenditures, budget history, and arts programming were collected. This report is based on survey responses and telephone interviews from the local arts agencies in all 50 cities (100 percent compliance).

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Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1998

During winter 1997, Americans for the Arts sent surveys to 70 UAFs to collect detailed data about their 1996 fundraising campaigns, revenues and expenditures and programming. This report is based on responses from 59 of the UAFs- an 84 percent rate of compliance.

Author(s): Allen, Herb
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1980

If you are about to enter the world of grantmanship, the following pages will give you some ideas about the nature and feeding habits of the beast known as foundations. This creature comes in all shapes and sizes, and it is estimated that the U. S. abounds with a population of more than 22,000 of them. The ability and the willingness of the foundation beast to fund programs and projects are controlled by many factors which include everything from the animal known as super-beast (the government in general, and Internal Revenue Service in particular) to the wishes and quirks of the donors,

Author(s): New York State Council on the Arts, Budget Task Force
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1969

In 1971 the New York State Legislature enacted a plan to provide $18 million for aid to non-profit cultural organizations to help offset operating deficits and to encourage and extend existing cultural resources for the New York State citizens. The Director of the Budget created a special Task Force in May 1970 to assist the council on the Arts in developing a plan of operations for administering the grants.

Author(s): Minnesota Council on Foundations
Date of Publication: 2010

Minnesota Council on Foundations published Giving in Minnesota, 2010 Edition, which features information on overall giving in 2008, which includes data from the fiscal years of Minnesota foundations and corporate giving programs that end between June 1, 2008, and May 31, 2009. This is a one page fact sheet summarizing their findings. Also available are a Summary and a collection of fact sheets which are available from the Minnesota Council on Foundations website (http://www.mcf.org).

Author(s): Minnesota Council on Foundations
Date of Publication: 2011

Minnesota Council on Foundations published Giving in Minnesota, 2010 Edition, which features information on overall giving in 2008, which includes data from the fiscal years of Minnesota foundations and corporate giving programs that end between June 1, 2008, and May 31, 2009. This is the full report of their findings. Also available are a Summary and a collection of fact sheets which are available from the Minnesota Council on Foundations website (http://www.mcf.org).

Author(s): Minnesota Council on Foundations
Date of Publication: 2011

Minnesota Council on Foundations published Giving in Minnesota, 2010 Edition, which features information on overall giving in 2008, which includes data from the fiscal years of Minnesota foundations and corporate giving programs that end between June 1, 2008, and May 31, 2009. This is the summary report of their findings. Also available are a Summary and a collection of fact sheets which are available from the Minnesota Council on Foundations website (http://www.mcf.org).

Author(s): South Dakota Arts Council
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MISSION: The South Dakota Arts Council is a state agency serving South Dakotans and their communities through the arts.

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