Animating Democracy releases a new report surveying the current landscape of corporate support for arts and culture--includes interviews with StubHub, Time Warner Inc., Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation, and more. Read the report and check out its companion tool-kit.
Check out a new Funder Portrait on A Blade of Grass, a service organization that supports socially engaged artists working in partnership with communities to create social change.Read the report and listen to a podcast with Executive Director Deborah Fisher!
LGBTQ artists have harnessed their creative practice to fight misconceptions, promote progressive dialogue, and most importantly: empower identity, self-expression, and the ability to tell one's own true story. Check out orgs & projects who work to support LGBTQ rights. Read on!
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