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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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Supporting ALAANA Organizations A Grantmakers in the Arts Racial Equity Forum: Supporting African, Latino(a), Asian, Arab and Native American (ALAANA) Organizations Center for Civil and Human Rights, Atlanta, Georgia Tuesday, June 2, 2015
April 22, 2015


New Department of Inclusion & Community Engagement at the Minnesota Historical Society
April 22, 2015


Why Should Foundations Serving Marginalized Communities Focus Explicitly on Equity?
April 21, 2015


"As the number of small and mid-size groups shrinks, he predicts, so will the ethnic diversity and artistic experimentation that brings us the next defining trend or great artist, since the mega-troupes will have to appeal to the widest possible audience (at least in their online, mass offerings.)"
April 10, 2015


Ford Foundation's The Art of Change Visiting Fellows Program will enable 13 distinguished artists and cultural leaders to conduct independent study and participate in the convenings, workshops, and other exchanges that will take place during the year. Drawn from around the world, each visiting fellow is renowned in their field for their resolute focus on themes of arts and equity. Together they reflect the diverse and contemporary ways that creative expression and social justice are being twined.
April 9, 2015

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