Video-blogging from GIA: Day 3

Our third and final Grantmakers in the Arts conference video blog is our meatiest yet, covering curation as a moral imperative, rethinking the grant panel, expanding outside of our arts silos, and the nature of radical change. Oh, and there is some gratuitous giggling at the end.

We’ve had a great time in Philadelphia this week. Look out for additional wrap-up posts in this space coming soon!

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  1. Judi Petkau
    Posted October 10th, 2013 at 3:00 pm | Permalink

    Food truck as art? You bet. : ) check out Wormfarm http://wormfarminstitute.org/
    recipient of an artplace grant. Often the innovative work happening in rural or places outside of the larger urban centers can get overlooked.

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