Arts and Culture Funders Conversation with Arts Intermediaries
Through our recent conversations about arts and cultural organizations, it has become clear that intermediaries will play an important role as we move forward from the COVID-19 and related economic crises. The support that intermediaries provide to individual artists and organizations, though hard to quantify, will be necessary to reconstruct a sustainable arts ecosystem in Maryland.
During this conversation, we’ll learn:
- what arts intermediaries are hearing from their constituents;
- what capacity arts intermediaries need to meet the demands and needs of the people they serve; and
- how arts intermediaries are prioritizing the work.
We will allow time for funders to share current priorities and considerations as well as ideas for collaboration.
Our speakers will be:
- Nicholas Cohen, Maryland Citizens for the Arts;
- Adam Holofcener, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts;
- Jeannie Howe, Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance;
Mia Loving, Invisible Majority; and
Maggie Villegas, Baltimore Creatives Accelerator Network (BCAN)