The successful applicant must have a thorough knowledge of fundraising principles and have a proven track record in multiple forms of fundraising and development.
SAVE THE DATE!
Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at the Hotel at the Lafayette
Awards – Live Performances – Food – Open Bar – Gallery Featuring the Work of the Winners & Finalists
Deadline: February 11, 2015 at 12pm noon
This programming will reflect the community’s desire to enhance the project area as an outdoor visitor space offering an array of appealing activities. Capitalizing on the diversified resources of the Western New York region both special events and recurring programming will integrate arts and cultural experiences with recreational activities, educational programming, water-based and waterside opportunities.
This program is funded by the Erie Canal Harbor Development Corporation, administered by Arts Services Initiative.
Great Gift for the arts and cultural lover…
2014-15 Decks are available NOW.
The decks are $10 per deck and offer discounts to area arts and cultural organizations (good September 1, 2014 through December 31, 2015).
Cuomo Boosts Arts Funding
Colin Dabkowski, Buffalo News
The funding forecast for arts organizations across the state just got a few million dollars sunnier, with news that Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s proposed 2015-16 budget includes a $5 million boost for the New York State Council on the Arts.
The state agency, which suffered crippling funding cuts through the 1990s and during the recent economic recession, would receive a total of $46.9 million under Cuomo’s proposal. The news came as a relief to hundreds of small arts organizations, which have become accustomed to doing more with less as the agency’s budget plummeted from its peak of $54.3 million in the late ’80s and early ’90s.
New York’s arts and cultural leaders cheer Cuomo’s support for NYSCA More news articles...
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