2004: Objective I / Strategy 4

The Nathan Cummings Foundation

 

2004: Objective I / Strategy 4

Objective I: To support arts and cultural organizations partnering with community groups that engage in responsive processes, collective problem solving, cross-cultural initiatives or the education of a broader public about social justice issues and shared community concerns. These programs should have national or multi-state impact and might include: residencies; new works of performing art or exhibitions of visual art that have more than one committed venue; documentation initiatives that have commitments for comprehensive distribution plans; cross cultural and multi-state collaborations; and the dissemination of existing works that have resonance in other communities.

Strategy 4:To convene artists and arts administrators to foster information exchange, coalition building, the development of collective strategies as well as to provide direct support.

List of Grants that fall under this Objective/Strategy:

Alerternate Roots, Inc./General Support

Cornerstone Theater Company, Inc./Cornerstone Institute

Grantmakers in the Arts/GIA 2004 Conference: Dancing with Different Partners

National Black United Fund, Inc./National Hip-Hop Political Convention

National Performance Network, Inc./Regional Meetings & Building the Code

New York Foundation for the Arts, Inc./Why Vote?

Research Foundation of the City University of New York/Medgar Evers College/North Country Institute and Retreat for Writers of Color

The Scribe Video Center, Inc./Community Visions, Documentary History Project, and Precious Places and NAMAC 2005

UBW, Inc./Summer Institute Building Community Through the Arts