Series: The Evolution of Local Arts Grantmaking

Recorded On: 03/20/2013

Part 1: Addressing Shifting Demographics - Equity and Access?

Are you thinking about shifting demographics as you plan your grantmaking? Learn about ways to reshape and refocus your grantmaking in this new majority/minority population.

Join Eloise Damrosch, Executive Director of the Portland Regional Arts and Cultural Council (RACC) and Oregon Consultant, Bill Flood as they discuss the new outreach and equity plan for RACC.

|In 2010, RACC established new goals for reaching out to underserved populations and developed new ways to proactively provide RACC's services in new communities. Learn how RACC is working collaboratively with arts organizations to help identify strategies for increasing access to arts and culture in the city of Portland and throughout the region.


Recorded January 30, 2013


Part 2: Technology, Systems, and Capturing Data.

There are many new and exciting grantmaking technology innovations to help streamline the grantmaking process as well as data collection. What are the latest and greatest and how to assess these. What's right for your organization? How are you using the data once it is collected?

Recorded February 20, 2013


Part 3: Leveraging Investments in Creativity – What's Next?

Leveraging Investments in Creativity (LINC) was launched in 2003 as a 10-year national initiative to improve support systems for American artists. By design, the program sunsets this year. Hear from current LINC grantees about best practices and innovations in local artists support.

Recorded March 20, 2013

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