Arts and Culture Alliance of Chatham County

Arts and Culture Alliance of Chatham County

  • Friday, July 30, 2021 Category:  Americans for the Arts News Catch up on blogs about the STAR Act, supporting Native artists, and a North Carolina arts leader; an exhibit that’s redefining public art monuments using augmented reality; and the final sessions of our DIALogues professional development webinar collection for early arts …
  • (Image: Black Voters Matter) The latest updates from our members and partners, highlighting accomplishments and impact, new partnerships, staff moves, and more. Got news of your own? Send your latest to now@gcn.org. Not yet a member? Learn about the benefits, and join us!   GCN update              …
  • The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation (NACF) is the only national philanthropic organization focused exclusively on Native arts and cultures with a deep commitment to supporting Native artists in a spirit of advancing equity and cultural knowledge for American Indian, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native communities. NACF is especially active in …
  • Date September 16, 2021 Board Bites are one-hour workshops covering nonprofit board governance issues, designed for board members and key staff who work consistently with the board of directors. Covering a different topic every month, sessions begin by focusing on board roles and responsibilities before taking a deeper dive into …
  • Submitted by Nadia Elokdah on July 26, 2021 The LA County Department of Arts and Culture (Arts and Culture) is issuing this Request for Proposals to businesses, organizations, and individuals that are interested in and qualified to provide an Arts and Culture Needs Assessment for Los Angeles County. An early …
  • Submitted by Carmen Graciela Díaz on July 26, 2021 Philadelphia’s arts and cultural organizations response to the pandemic and what’s next is at the center of a recent article at The Pew Charitable Trusts. Read here. This post was originally published on this site
  • Date September 21, 2021 Chief executives of GCN member organizations are invited to participate in this forum, which provides an opportunity to address individual challenges together. These facilitated, interactive discussions are designed to assess where we stand as a community, share what we’re doing successfully, and answer questions about immediate …
  • Date August 12, 2021 Board Bites are one-hour workshops covering nonprofit board governance issues, designed for board members and key staff who work consistently with the board of directors. Covering a different topic every month, sessions begin by focusing on board roles and responsibilities before taking a deeper dive into …
  • Submitted by Carmen Graciela Díaz on July 26, 2021 In a recent opinion piece, Misty Copeland, Wynton Marsalis, Jody Gottfried Arnhold, and Russell Granet make a case for the transformational power of arts education. Happy days will not return to New York, however, until we finally address the health, economic …
  • Darlene McClinton is the grants manager for ArtsGreensboro, a community-supported nonprofit organization and the largest public and private alliance dedicated to sustaining the Greensboro, North Carolina, arts economy. McClinton also is an artist, educator, entrepreneur, collaborator, ally, and advocate. Since joining ArtsGreensboro in December 2019, she has made a significant …