Regional Cultural Arts

Creative Fundraising, the Philanthropic Response, and the Economic Impact of COVID-19 on Local Arts Organizations in the Triangle

“Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Arts & Health at Duke is working remotely so you can reach us by email. Our Music at Bedside program is on hold until further noticeDurham Performing Arts Center (DPAC) has suspended all… Continued “Creative Fundraising, the Philanthropic Response, and the Economic Impact of COVID-19 on Local Arts Organizations in the Triangle”

The Art of Giving

About four years ago, Virginia Lee was in the locker room at her local gym and saw a flyer that intrigued her. The Art of Giving (TAG) was inviting women to join their philanthropic efforts and provide grants to support… Continued “The Art of Giving”

Social Justice Through Art

How would people living on death row believe they have a story to share? How would they consider their story even matters? Society would relegate them to its “outskirts” along with others deemed unworthy of story, where difference is uncounted.… Continued “Social Justice Through Art”

Closing the Gap Through Art

Spending her professional career in public policy and city planning, Carol was no stranger to the opportunity gap, particularly as it related to children and access to cultural resources. But it wasn’t until she retired that she was able to… Continued “Closing the Gap Through Art”

An Interview with Kidznotes

This text is from an interview with Katie Wyatt, for Kidznotes, a Nonprofit Organization Why is giving back (philanthropy) so important to you? Do you have a story, or one specific instance in your life that started you on the Continued “An Interview with Kidznotes”