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Culture is Focus of TCG's American Theatre Magazine

Among Theatre Communications Group's mission is to leverage the stories of the field to build greater public awareness of and appreciation for live theatre in America. The organization’s vision ranges from being the leader and innovator in ass...more

diversity   artists   advocacy   Nov 22, 2010 • Views:29731 • Comments: 0


 
 
 

South Africa's Youth Sing its Way out of Poverty

South Africa's Bokamoso Youth Centre Group Tries to Sing its Way Out of Poverty By DeNeen L. Brown The Washington Post February 4, 2011 The Bokamoso Youth Centre has been trying to broaden the horizons for the township's youth. Each year...more

diversity   education   artists   Feb 11, 2011 • Views:8400 • Comments: 0


 
 

Regrets of a Former Funder

Regrets of a Former Arts Funder by John R. Killacky Blue Avocado; June 23, 2011 "As Program Officer for Arts and Culture at the San Francisco Foundation, I and philanthropic colleagues often bemoaned how fragile many culturally specifi...more

diversity   artists   Jul 13, 2011 • Views:8076 • Comments: 0


 

Jonathan Abarbanel's Case for Government Funding of the Arts

Renowned Chicago theater critic Jonathan Abarbanel has written a two-part argument in support of government funding for the arts that has been published on WBEZ 91.5 Chicago Public Media's website. Abarbanel's direct experience as a panelis...more

advocacy   Aug 31, 2011 • Views:4565 • Comments: 0


 
 

Past as Prologue: Dreams of An Ideal Theatre

"We make one world from the stories of many different worlds. Multiculturalism, or whatever you call it, didn’t begin in the 1980s, though we sometimes behave as if it did. Hull-House reminds us that ethnic, racial and cultural diversity i...more

diversity   artists   Oct 8, 2011 • Views:8253 • Comments: 0


 
 

The Power of "With"

The Power of With by Ann Meier Baker, President & CEO, Chorus America The Voice, Fall 2011 "I often talk about the value of choral singing as a collaborative endeavor, where diverse groups of people sing with each other to produce som...more

diversity   artists   Oct 9, 2011 • Views:4044 • Comments: 0


 
 

The Dream: Diversity in the Arts

"The Dream: Diversity in the Arts" by Michael Kaiser President, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts The Huffington Post; October 17, 2011 On the occasion of the opening of the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial, Kais...more

diversity   artists   Oct 21, 2011 • Views:4953 • Comments: 0


 
 
 
 

Fusing Arts, Culture and Social Change

National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy releases A Philanthropy at Its Best® Report Fusing Arts, Culture and Social Change: High Impact Strategies for Philanthropy by Holly Sidford "Funding Ar...more

diversity   artists   education   advocacy   Oct 23, 2011 • Views:19345 • Comments: 0


 
 
 

Hispanic Theaters at a Crossroads

Hispanic theaters are at a crossroads in Washington By David Montgomery The Washington Post January 6, 2012 "The context for Latino theater has changed since the 1970s, and the theaters are struggling to adjust to new economic and demo...more

diversity   artists   education   Jan 30, 2012 • Views:6195 • Comments: 0


 
 
 
 

In Europe, Where Art is Life

"In Europe, Where Art is Life, Ax Falls on Public Financing" by Larry Rohter The New York Times March 24, 2012 "European governments are cutting their support for culture, and American arts lovers are starting to feel the res...more

diversity   advocacy   artists   education   Jun 25, 2012 • Views:12287 • Comments: 0