Fundraising in the Arts: Principles and Practice

ANP|Arts and Nonprofit Management

Focus on the new, more competitive environment of fundraising for arts institutions, and examine today's opportunities and challenges as well as how donor expectations are changing.

Objective

Philanthropy is a key source of support for arts institutions in the United States. In recent years, however, fundraising has become much more competitive. This class focuses on this new environment, how donor expectations are changing, and the impact of technology in the business.

Topics
  • Arts management overview
  • Individual giving
  • Foundation/Government funding
  • Grants
  • Telling a great organization story
  • Major gifts
  • Capital campaigns
  • Corporate giving
  • Planned giving
Benefits
  • Develop skills needed to build a fundraising plan
  • Assess the opportunities and constraints associated with different types of funders
  • Evaluate the appropriate mix of different fundraising vehicles
Faculty

Kathy Panoff, MM, Associate Dean, Texas Performing Arts

Course Details

Price: $1,950.00

Fundraising in the Arts: Principles and Practice

Date
Duration
Location
Instructor

10/26/15 - 10/27/15

8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

AT&T Executive Education & Conference Center 1900 University Avenue Austin, TX 78705

Kathy Panoff