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Featured Member: Illinois Arts Council Agency

The mission of the Illinois Arts Council Agency is to build a strong, creative, and connected Illinois through the arts. The Illinois Arts Council Agency serves the people of Illinois through a variety of grants and services.

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Open Dialogue 13

Open Dialogue 13: People, Places and Policy, was held in Providence, Rhode Island August 2 to 4, 2013. The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA), hosted the 250 artists, arts managers, and cultural workers showcasing the vibrant and diverse arts

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"Arts organisations in England face having their public funding axed unless they show better progress in making audiences, programmes and their workforce more diverse."
December 10, 2014


"We all must have the guts to be wrong, to have uncomfortable conversations, and to embrace the complexity of these issues. We must be respectful and know that when we talk about diversity, we are talking about trying to understand and serve individual and collective perspectives and experiences that are not our own."
December 10, 2014


"whites lead 9.5 out of 10 philanthropic organizations. Only seven percent of nonprofit chief executives and 18 percent of nonprofit employees are people of color."
December 10, 2014


Publication of Landmark Study on US-Canadian Ethnocultural Arts Organizations: Plural, a project founded in 2012 out of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), has released a landmark study on US and Canadian ethnocultural (ethnic) arts organizations. The study, Figuring the Plural: Needs and Supports of Canadian and US Ethnocultural Arts Organizations, is available in electronic form through the website www.pluralculture.com.
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