Chronicle of Philanthropy, October 10, 2016
"Bloomberg Philanthropies piloted the program in its home base of New York from 2011 to 2013. Today it is working with nonprofits in Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. The grant maker worked with community foundations, local arts commissions, and others to identify potential recipients in each city. In all, 262 groups have received grants of varying sizes along with an intensive curriculum developed by the DeVos Institute of Arts Management at the University of Maryland, which leads the training and provides mentors."
The Philadelphia Inquirer, July 03, 2016
"One of the nation's top arts consultants says that the Philadelphia Orchestra has accomplished much since exiting bankruptcy - but warns that it has not secured the support necessary to ensure its future ... The findings come after six months of looking under the orchestra's hood by Michael M. Kaiser, chairman of the DeVos Institute of Arts Management at the University of Maryland and former president of the Kennedy Center in Washington. Kaiser conducted more than 100 interviews with orchestra staff, board, donors, musicians, and interested others, and offers observations and advice on a shrinking audience and a funding base that has not kept pace with expenses."
The Detroit News, June 27, 2016
"When Dearborn’s Arab American National Museum opened in May 2005, it didn’t exactly look like a sure bet ... But the tiny museum, with a 2015 budget of $1.9 million — mostly raised from earned income, grants and donations — just wrapped up its 10th-anniversary year, and steps into the next decade punching way above its weight class ... 'From our perspective,' said Brett Egan, president of the DeVos Institute of Arts Management at the University of Maryland, which advises museums on best practices, 'it’s the leading institution in the country representing the voice, traditions and aspirations of the Arab-American community.'"
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