Arts Funding 2000: Funder Perspectives on Current and Future Trends represents the Foundation Center's fourth examination of the role of foundation and corporate grantmakers in supporting arts and culture. Developed in partnership with Grantmakers in the Arts (GIA), the new study explores the current practice of arts funding viewed through the eyes of grantmakers. GIA's purpose in sponsoring this research was to learn about the changing context for arts funding and about the ways grantmakers are responding to changes in the arts field and within their own organizations
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Title: Highlights of the Foundation Center's 1999 Study: Arts Funding 2000 - Funder Perspectives on Current And Future Trends
Publication date 2000-01-01
Publication Year 2000
, Loren Renz
, Grantmakers In the Arts
, arts funding
, arts field
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