A Week Away from the 2021 GIA Conference!
The wait is over! We welcome you to the 2021 GIA Annual Conference: Plurality, Power, and Belonging. This year’s fully virtual conference starts next Monday, Nov. 8, while preconferences will take place this Friday, Nov. 5.
Flamboyan Foundation, Our November Member Spotlight
During this month, GIA’s Member Spotlight is on Flamboyan Foundation. Read about the organization here.
“Disability Justice in Arts and Culture Funding”: A webinar
Intersectional justice for the cultural community is an essential issue in our field and nation. GIA invites you to our upcoming webinar Tuesday, November 30, tackling how can funders be more thoughtful about how their day-to-day best practices impact the disability community. We are glad to engage in discussion around this topic with disability justice leaders in the field Patricia Berne (Sins Invalid); Alejandra Duque Cifuentes (Dance/NYC); Lane Harwell (The Ford Foundation); Jerron Herman (dancer and writer), and Eddie Torres (Grantmakers in the Arts). For details and registration, click here.
Filantropía Puerto Rico has launched a survey to identify opportunities to increase equity and learn about how grantmakers doing work in Puerto Rico listen to and incorporate the voices and perspective of those they look to serve…
Frances Phillips reviews research about an arts education program the Walter & Elise Haas Foundation participated in over the past year responding to the idea of Emily Garvie from the Clarence E. Heller Charitable Foundation “of organizing arts nonprofits to lead subsidized pods for students who lacked access to consistent arts learning and schoolwork support”…
ICYMI: NPN's Take Notice Fund Announces Inaugural Awardees: Supporting Louisiana’s artists and culture bearers of color
National Performance Network recently announced inaugural awardees of the Take Notice Fund, a pilot program awarding $5,000 grants to artists and culture bearers of color living and working throughout Louisiana whose bodies of work represent excellence, dedication to their practices, and contributions to this country’s discourse about racial equity and cultural preservation…