Join Philanthropy Massachusetts as we welcome a team of grantmakers with an Arts & Culture focus!
It’s been a tough year for everyone. Arts & Culture organizations have had an especially difficult time as so much of their revenue typically relies on support from the general public in the form of audiences and visitors. As we emerge from the pandemic, what does the future look like for Arts & Culture organizations? How are funders seeing the situation?
In this interactive session, our speakers will address these questions. They will also make recommendations for how to stand out when applying for funding, what makes a successful project or proposal, and much more!
The format of the program includes a moderated intro portion followed by attendees working in groups to develop questions for the moderator to pose to the panelists. In the final 30 minutes, panelists will break off into individual breakout rooms for a more informal meet-and-greet with attendees. Feel free to drop in to ask a follow-up question or make a quick hello.
Our team includes:
- Scott Edmiston, Dean of Theater, Boston Conservatory at Berklee
- Sara S. Glidden, Program Manager, Cultural Investment Portfolio, Mass Cultural Council
- Rayana Grace, Program Officer, The Island Foundation
- SueEllen Kroll, Program Officer, Barr Foundation
- Candelaria Silva-Collins, Board Member/Trustee, George B. Henderson Foundation
We hope to “see” you there!
Zoom information will be sent via email in advance of the session.