Arts Funding in Crisis: Some Resources to HelpSubmitted Thu Feb 05 2009 00:00:00 GMT-0500 (EST)
Do you work for an arts-focused organization? If so you are probably feeling the fundraising crunch. For those of you who may be located in the D.C. metro region, the Kennedy Center has announced a program that will "devote significant time and up to $500,000 in expenses to provide emergency planning for fundraising, budgeting, marketing or other strategies" to nonprofits in need.
More information can be found here: http://www.artsmanager.org/home/. (A free account is required in order to access the information.)
You can also sign the One Percent for the Arts Campaign petition to encourage 1% of the stimulus support the arts. (More information about the campaign can be found in this article from the Nation, too.)
If you know of other resources, please feel free to post a comment with details.