Successful Fundraising for Arts and Cultural Organizations

Author: Karen Brooks Hopkins
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781573560290
Format: PDF
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Fundraising experts Karen Brooks Hopkins of the Brooklyn Academy of Music and Carolyn Stolper Friedman of the Contemporary Museum of Art in Chicago offer important insights into today's best fundraising strategies for arts and cultural organizations of all sizes. New to this edition is an in-depth examination of corporate sponsorships, as well as a detailed chapter on endowment campaigns. All statistics, appendixes, and examples have been updated, and many helpful examples, including pledge forms, campaign statements, and sponsorship contracts, are also included.

Music Business Handbook and Career Guide

Author: David Baskerville
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1412904382
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The new Eighth Edition of the Music Business Handbook and Career Guide maintains the tradition of this classic text as the most comprehensive, up-to-date guide to the $100 billion music industry. This new Eighth Edition expands on hot-button music business issues such as digital downloads, piracy, and record company transformations. Thoroughly revised, the Eighth Edition shares a particular emphasis on online music and its impact on the rest of the industry. The Eighth Edition also includes complete coverage of all aspects of the music industry, including songwriting, publishing, licensing, artist management, promotion, retailing, media, and much more.

Grant Money Through Collaborative Partnerships

Author: Nancy Kalikow Maxwell
Publisher: American Library Association
ISBN: 0838911595
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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"Because libraries are information and research centers, they can support a huge variety of grant funding initiatives outside their own purview. Cultural centers, businesses, and educational institutions are untapped resources for library funds. What's more, many libraries may find that collaborating on a grant application with another organization is preferable to going forward with a time-consuming application on their own. But finding the right collaborative partner and securing a place at its development table can be challenging. Drawing on her extensive experience as a grant developer and library director, Maxwell Presents an overview of grant basics, with extensive lists of both online and print resources Suggests how to frame libraries' research capabilities as benefits to the community at large, transforming these capabilities into a revenue source Explores strategies for locating potential partners, with tips on approaching collaborators and establishing successful relationships Describes what libraries can ask for from the grant developer, making sure to include what they want in the grant proposal"

National Guide to Funding in Higher Education

Author: Elizabeth H. Rich
Publisher:
ISBN:
Format: PDF, ePub
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The 5th Edition of this volume provides essential facts on over 4,500 foundations, corporate direct giving programs, and public charities, each with a history of awarding grant dollars to higher education projects and institutions. Imagine the time you will save by having, in a single convenient source, a list of thousands of U.S. grantmakers that support higher education!

National Guide to Funding for Libraries and Information Services

Author: Melissa Lunn
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780879548780
Format: PDF, Kindle
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In 2000, some 50,000 active private and community foundations in America awarded some $23.2 billion in grants to nonprofit organizations in the US and abroad. This resource is a starting point for grantseekers looking for foundation, corporate, and other charitable support for libraries and information services. It contains 799 entries, including 727 grantmaking foundations, 17 direct corporate giving programs, and 55 public charities that have shown interest and support in libraries or information services. Entries give information on contacts, foundation type, assets and expenditures, and applications, and offer statistics of dollar value and number of grants and loans paid. Recent grants for libraries and information services awarded in 1998-2000 are listed. This edition uses more precise Grants Classification System (GCS) terminology, a change which results in more information on international giving. c. Book News Inc.

The Practical Handbook for the Emerging Artist Enhanced Edition

Author: Margaret Lazzari
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 0495910260
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Primarily designed to help visual art students make the transition from art school to their own practice, THE PRACTICAL HANDBOOK FOR THE EMERGING ARTIST is also an excellent resource for practicing artists. This ENHANCED SECOND EDITION continues to focus on all aspects of the emerging artist’s career-studio practice, including developing ties in the art world, documenting work, making digital images, exhibiting art, writing about art, taking on curatorial responsibilities, addressing financial and legal concerns, and attending graduate school, with added emphasis on art in the digital age. The text demonstrates how students can make things happen for their careers, in addition to helping them find and approach already-existing outlets for their work. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.