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Live from Cleveland: Arts Philanthropy in Action

I’m going to let you in on a little secret (okay, maybe it’s not such a secret): for the better part of the past decade, I’ve been fascinated with arts philanthropy. Ever since I was a low-level staffer in the development department of the American Music Center, I wanted to know why grantmakers made the […]

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Around the horn: redeye edition

This one will have to be quick because I’m leaving on a plane to California in a few hours. Busy, busy, busy! The Hewlett Foundation has finally released phase two of its Youth in the Arts report, conducted by Barry Hessenius. This edition used focus groups of young arts professionals to explore the implications of […]

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New Blogs!

Here are this week’s newly added blogs….enjoy! Carolyn JackCarolyn Jack is principal of Cleveland-based consulting firm The Genius Group and former arts editor for the Cleveland Plain Dealer. There are some really interesting creative-economy-related doings taking place in the Cleveland area right now, and Ms. Jack is right in the middle of it. Her blog […]

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