Equity 360


With support from the Nathan Cummings Foundation, Americans for the Arts is developing a new online suite of resources designed to inform and guide grantmakers seeking to establish more equitable funding programs and practices. Read more and find out how you can contribute!

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Welcome to Landscape!

This body of resources highlights the breadth and depth of work being done at the intersection of the arts and social change. It's an exciting place for you to:

  • Explore Profiles and add your own! Find and learn about artists and cultural and community organizations in this growing searchable database. Add your own profile and join the Landscape of arts for social change work.
  • Delve deeper into curated collections of exemplary projects, artists, and organizations! These lists of profiles and relevant resources could be based on artistic discipline, geography, issues such as immigration and health, or outcomes such as community building or policy change.
  • Connect the dots with Trend Papers! These papers by key players in the field offer descriptive snapshots of segments of arts and social change activity from cultural organizing to environmental arts to community development to youth media and social justice
  • See who's funding the work! Get a better sense of current funding support for arts that fosters civic engagement and social change in Animating Democracy’s Trend or Tipping Point: Arts & Social Change Grantmaking Report and Funder Directory of more than 150 funders in the U.S.