Creative Philanthrophy

Creative Capital Dinner Project Takes Place at 18th Street Arts Center October 5 and Is A Safe Harbor For One Night

This past September, Creative Capital announced  the Dinners Project, a platform for artists and communities around the country to host potluck-style gatherings in locations across the United States from October 4 to 7, 2018 to ensure artists’ voices are an active part of civic discourse leading up to the midterm elections. Fourteen Creative Capital Awardees…

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Is This How To Save the Arts and Non Profits in the Face of Gentrification?

I want to share this post from Mike Scutari from Inside Philanthropy. The model he talks about in San Francisco could be applicable perhaps in Los Angeles, New York, or any U.S. city where rents have gotten out of control. And given the looming federal tax bill and the negative consequences for non profit organizations…

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A Conversation with Artist Mark Bradford about Art and Philanthropy Part Three

Artist Mark Bradford and Clayton Campbell discuss Mark’s art, his efforts as a philanthropist, and how his new organization Art and Practice is a model for his way of sharing his success with those in need.    

A Conversation with Artist Mark Bradford about Art and Philanthropy Part Two

Artist Mark Bradford and Clayton Campbell discuss Mark’s art, his efforts as a philanthropist, and how his new organization Art and Practice is a model for his way of sharing his success with those in need.

A Conversation with Artist Mark Bradford about Art and Philanthropy

Artist Mark Bradford and Clayton Campbell discuss Mark’s art, his efforts as a philanthropist, and how his new organization Art and Practice is a model for his way of sharing his success with those in need.

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