Funding, Innovating, and Evaluating at the "Arts And" Intersection

Friday, June 15, 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Success in work at the "arts and" intersection—also called social impact work—requires a thoughtful mix of funding, partnership development, program innovation, and evaluation. In this session, learn more about different examples along that pipeline, including from funders, local arts agencies, and non-arts partners.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the types of innovative funding models that are starting to appear to support "arts and" partnership work.
  2. Hear about innovative "arts and" partnerships that maximized the strengths of all involved and yielded strong community impacts.
  3. Learn how to place evaluation at the center of your work, to ensure that you are always able to move--and measure--towards the shared goals of the project.


This session is part of the Communicating Our Value sessions.