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Welcome! This is a resource for people who are invested in improving the lives of artists everywhere. We stand for:
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Welcome! This is a resource for people who are invested in improving the lives of artists everywhere. We strive to uphold the following standards:
*Support the thriving of artists
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*Supporting the thriving of artists;
*Be intentional and accountable about matters of equity
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*Being intentional and accountable about matters of equity;
*Place a high societal value on art, artists, and creativity
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*Placing a high societal value on art, artists, and creativity;
*Foster collaboration between artists and decision-makers in all sectors
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*Fostering collaboration between artists and decision-makers in all sectors; and
*Support the broadest possible range of connections between artists and communities
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*Supporting the broadest possible range of connections between artists and communities.
The page you are currently on is a collection of resources for Resources for Organizations Working With Artists. If you are an artist, visit our page [[Resources for Individual Artists]]. If you are mainly a grantmaker, visit our page on [[Resources for Grantmakers]].
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We have three pages for resources geared towards your work:
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* [[Resources for Organizations Working With Artists]]
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* [[Resources for Individual Artists]]
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* [[Resources for Grantmakers]]
 
== Advocacy ==
 
== Advocacy ==
 
* [http://webaim.org/ WebAIM] - Empowers organizations to make their websites friendly for people with disabilities.
 
* [http://webaim.org/ WebAIM] - Empowers organizations to make their websites friendly for people with disabilities.

Revision as of 18:20, 10 July 2017

Welcome! This is a resource for people who are invested in improving the lives of artists everywhere. We strive to uphold the following standards:

  • Supporting the thriving of artists;
  • Being intentional and accountable about matters of equity;
  • Placing a high societal value on art, artists, and creativity;
  • Fostering collaboration between artists and decision-makers in all sectors; and
  • Supporting the broadest possible range of connections between artists and communities.



We have three pages for resources geared towards your work:

Advocacy


Community Connections

Organizational Capacity

Engaging with Artists

Paying Artists

Funding Individual Artists

Services & Programs

topics.

Power

Blogs & News

Books

Organizations

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