Non-government (private) support
The Met has promised to create a $3 million fund "to support initiatives, exhibitions, and acquisitions in the area of diverse art histories."
Americans for the Arts is pleased to announce a generous gift of $250,000 from The Jorge M. Pérez Family Foundation establishing a first-of-its-kind national program, the Jorge and Darlene Pérez Prize in Public Art & Civic Design. The program, which includes an award benefitting an artist, public art administrator, or representative from the civic design field on a rotating basis annually, seeks to celebrate and highlight the work of individuals who support, develop, and manage the incorporation of art into the design of places and spaces across the United States.
The economic fallout from COVID-19 has had much of the art world bracing for the worst. According to a survey conducted by the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) in May, U.S. galleries projected a 73 percent loss this quarter due to the pandemic.
Starting this June, the BMA will provide resources as well as financial support to local artists, galleries, and communities.
How could Finnish cultural policy promote cultural diversity in arts and culture? Share your views and ideas in an open online brainstorming discussion. The brainstorming discussion will remain open until 31 May.
The Australia Council will deliver $735,000 in grants and scholarships made possible through its successful partnerships with the private sector.