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A new study from the Urban Institute finds that many grantmaking foundations are not engaging in practices that, according to their own standards, are important for effectiveness and that attitudes on performance vary greatly across the field.
John O'Hagan's succinct backgrounder to arts tax concessions: from in Ruth Towse’s edited 'A Handbook of Cultural Economics', which has generously been made available online.
IFACCA has released an interim report on its D'Art query number 7, about ways to encourage arts philanthropy through tax provisions. The interim report, which lists online resources and selected publications, should be a good starting point for anyone wanting to research this extremely important subject themselves. The D'Art query generated much interest, and the IFACCA Secretariat will be keeping a 'watching brief' on the topic. So if you can suggest any further resources, or would just like to comment, please don't hesitate to contact us at email@example.com. Download the Report by clicking Here.
Our D'Art research question about philanthropy and the arts has generated a great deal of interest and we expect many of you will be looking forward to the results! IFACCA and Australia's Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts (DoCITA) (who asked the question) wish to thank all those who took the time to provide information. DoCITA is working on the analysis of the responses and we hope to be able to circulate it soon.