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2020 has been a challenging and unprecedented year for cultural organizations, and most have experienced a downturn in revenue and fundraising opportunities.
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, cultural organizations of all kinds have faced disruptions to their operations, fundraising, and budgets.
As society moves from response to recovery to reimagining, grantmakers are increasingly recognizing that social change in the digital era requires an investment in technology.
The role, demands, and expectations for those arts and cultural organizations in the museum
community – which includes a vast and diverse mix of aquariums, arboreta, art museums, botanic
After almost two months of coronavirus closures, many museums and cultural organizations are preparing to welcome visitors and members back. However, while organizations may be reopening, many are doing so in a graduated way and facing new challenges.
During the past several months of coronavirus closures, many museums and cultural organizations have pioneered new digital content to keep their members and visitors engaged during these unprecedented closures.
Across the nation, we are deeply shaken and distressed by the death of George Floyd and the widespread injustice towards the Black community.
Across the world, we’re beginning to see museums, zoos, gardens, and other cultural sites reopen after coronavirus closures.
When the world is chaotic, fundraising feels like a big challenge. But you still need the money, right?
The American Public Gardens Association presents a celebration of the release of the "American Gardens" Forever Stamp series. "Live on tape" from Winterthur Museum, Gardens, and Library and the American Public Gardens Association.