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Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Arts/Organizations"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Organizations are expected to fund their own travel to the face-to-face meetings, and in some cases, conference calls.
  2. Organizations are encouraged to use this publication in selecting artists for employment for residencies and other Arts in Education activities.

Sports

  1. Many position listings and links to sports and recreation organizations.
  2. Sports-Adult: Teams and other sports organizations primarily serving adults. (Web site)

Community Organizations

  1. Click on Resources for Organizations and Communities for funding resources.
  2. Innovative collaborations between artists and social service or community organizations expand the possibilities for how art can effect social change.

Organization

  1. Health: Organizations devoted to health care issues. (Web site)
  2. There are 11604 charitable organizations in the database.
  3. Donars do not give money to organizations they do not trust.
  4. This year, 33 applications were received from Bucks County organizations.
  5. Calls from friends, family, partners and other organizations are welcomed.

Arts Organizations

  1. Online network of artists, arts workers, arts organizations, and arts funders.
  2. They provide Internet access and training for artists and nonprofit arts organizations.

Publications

  1. Dance - dance companies, schools, organizations, publications, resources.

Foundation

  1. Links to arts, humanities, museums, foundations, organizations, coalitions, centers, libraries, etc.
  2. CAP III: provides funds for organizational development and stabilization for Tompkins County arts organizations.
  3. Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF) is one of six regional arts organizations in America functioning on a non-profit basis.
  4. A service of the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), Artswire is an online network of artist, arts workers, arts organizations, and arts funders.

Individuals

  1. Workshops and consultation are available to individuals and organizations.
  2. Categories include athletes, biographies, issues in sports, organizations and associations, individual sports and more.

Professional

  1. She is also an active lecturer to civic and professional organizations.
  2. Find information about journals, texts, teaching tools, art, architecture and professional organizations.

Www

  1. This search engine locates nonprofit organizations on the WWW. Search by keyword or use the subject index.

List

  1. A list of puppetry organizations, worldwide, that you can join. (Web site)
  2. The following is a list of the available organizations, as well as some of my personal comments and recommendations.

Nonprofit Organizations

  1. The Alliance is a nationwide federation of public, private, and nonprofit organizations.
  2. The NCSDR also coordinates sleep research activities with other Federal agencies and with public and nonprofit organizations.
  3. This course introduces students to the major financial management concepts and techniques required for effective management of nonprofit organizations.

Commission

  1. City of Raleigh Arts Commission - includes events and organizations.
  2. The commission also contracts with five independent organizations to promote the arts.

Non Profit

  1. The Commission also awarded grants totaling $349,984 to non-profit arts organizations under its Project Grant Program.
  2. Churches and non-profit organizations are equally accountable under the law as those who sell arts and crafts in shops and events. (Web site)
  3. A national association of non-profit organizations and individuals committed to furthering the media arts: film, video, audio and interactive.

Related

  1. Links to international policy and arts-related organizations and commissions.

Agencies

  1. Identifies resources from agencies, organizations, and associations.
  2. We are especially interested in adding links to State Arts Organizations or State Arts Alliances.
  3. Many states have statewide membership organizations that are open to local arts agencies and others.
  4. Mid-sized arts organizations are defined as those with annual budgets between $500,000 and $1,000,000 per year.
  5. Boulder County has more arts organizations per 10,000 residents than either the state or the nation for every category.

Management

  1. Special attention to problems of management of such publications and organizations.
  2. Students of the master of business administration in arts management program are required to intern with a professional arts organizations.

Museums

  1. Also search our Arts & Culture pages for information about museums, libraries, and organizations.
  2. Special Projects are usually sponsored by organizations other than museums, libraries, and historical organizations.

Upcoming

  1. Museums, schools and artists' organizations can show excerpts from upcoming or current exhibitions.
  2. The New Jersey Council on the Arts posts an online event calendar where organizations may list upcoming events.

Partnership

  1. Action Learning and Learning Partnerships are two tools to help organizations adapt.
  2. The Partnership includes over 140 organizations that are national in scope and impact. (Web site)

Student

  1. This directory lists all the clubs and organizations registered with the Office of Student Activities and Services. (osas@ksu.edu, 532-6541, fax 532-7292). (Web site)

Arts Education

  1. Look here for links to the major arts education organizations in California.

Ohio

  1. Web sites for Central Ohio art and cultural groups and organizations.
  2. Churches and religious organizations from Central Ohio with a Web site.

Government

  1. Here are some of the Government agencies, service organizations and foundations we work with.
  2. Non-profit organizations and the local government would be charged only $975 for the same session.
  3. State, county, or local governments; Nonprofit organizations (502.c.3); Tribal governments; and Universities.
  4. A-87 for State and local governments. OMB Circular No. A-21 for educational institutions and other nonprofit organizations also applies.

Sponsored

  1. Sponsored by the Government of Toronto, RESNA and other organizations.
  2. Touring Arts Grant to be used for underwriting fees for performances and residency activities sponsored by South Dakota nonprofit organizations.
  3. Touring Arts Grant to be used for underwriting fees for performances sponsored by South Dakota nonprofit organizations. Wakonda Public Library: $800.

Tax Exempt

  1. Nonprofit, IRS tax-exempt institutions and organizations in the United States.

Charity

  1. Canadian organizations must be registered charities by the Canadian government.

Volunteer

  1. Good source of information on non profit organizations, and job and volunteer postings.
  2. Photo documentaries looking at volunteer organizations from ESL teachers to farmworker organizations, Special Olympics, Oxford Orphanages and more.

Directory

  1. The directory of museums, galleries and related organizations in BC.
  2. Writers' Corner- Short directory of writers' organizations and resources.
  3. Published annually, with two updates. Individuals and organizations will find this directory very useful.
  4. Maine artists, organizations, collectives and associations are invited to self-subscribe to the Maine Artists and Organizations Directory.

Local

  1. Community Development for local arts councils and arts organizations.
  2. The Start Smart Campaign also gives awards to local youth arts organizations.
  3. Membership organization serving local arts councils, organizations, and artists.
  4. Check out a registry of arts events hosted by the Center and other literary organizations.
  5. Representatives for local art organizations make up another important aspect of the growing trend to use the Net to unite the arts. (Web site)

Profit Organizations

  1. Database of jobs openings in non-profit organizations.
  2. In 2002, 45 non-profit organizations were awarded a total of $72,000.
  3. The artnetweb RESOURCES listing of ORGANIZATIONS and non-profit INSTITUTIONS. (Web site)
  4. The database encompasses data from a number of sources and include data on for-profit and governmental organizations as available.

Colleges

  1. Sports-College: Teams and other sports organizations primarily serving colleges. (Web site)
  2. Includes a section on scholarships and fellowships awarded by colleges and universities, art schools, and arts organizations.

Apply

  1. Schools and non-profit organizations may apply for a listing.
  2. ELIGIBILITY Organizations and individuals in California eligible to apply.

Cultural Organizations

  1. A coalition of artists, educators, historians and cultural organizations.
  2. The Maine Arts Commission provides ongoing staff assistance to communities, schools, cultural organizations, and individual artists.
  3. The Michigan Association of Community Arts Agencies (MACAA) exists to support, strengthen and unite community arts and cultural organizations in Michigan.

Businesses

  1. Search for people in businesses, organizations.
  2. Aon provides products and services to diverse businesses, financial institutions, governments, insurance organizations and individuals worldwide.

Arts Midwest

  1. Links to University and non-University performing arts organizations. (Web site)
  2. The Duxbury Art Association is one of the oldest arts organizations in the country.
  3. Note - Generally, orchestras are better funded than other Japanese arts organizations.
  4. One of six non-profit regional arts organizations in the United States, Arts Midwest-s history spans more than 25 years.
  5. Other funding opportunities for Ohio artists and arts organizations are available through the National Endowment for the Arts and Arts Midwest. (Web site)

Community

  1. Strengthen partnerships between federal and state agencies, universities, Alaska Native tribes and organizations, and communities.
  2. The following programs are designed to assist Maine's communities, schools and arts organizations with strategic cultural development initiatives.
  3. This program is designed to assist organizations in Maine as they investigate and present the stories and culture of our state, its communities and people.

Artists Arts

  1. The Iowa Arts Council and its programs and services for artists and arts organizations.
  2. Arts projects or programs that provide opportunities for artists and arts organizations.
  3. Provides support through grants, technical assistance, and information to artists and arts organizations.

Societies

  1. Sociologists investigate the structure of groups, organizations and societies.

Environmental

  1. For its work to provide a voice for women whose environmental concerns had not been strategically addressed by existing organizations in Montana.

Individual Artists

  1. Organizations, not individual artists, make application for these funds.
  2. Agency overview and information on artists, arts organizations, advocacy and traveling exhibitions.
  3. Many well-intentioned, legitimate organizations across the country provide fiscal sponsorship programs for artists.

Public

  1. Ascribe Newswire distributes the news of America's nonprofit and public sector organizations.
  2. Established in 1956, the Foundation Center provides information about nonprofit organizations.
  3. Preference is given to organizations, major groups, nonprofits, and the more unique specialties.
  4. This course explores ethical questions and value dilemmas encountered by managers and leaders of nonprofit organizations.

Eligible

  1. Federal organizations and Federal crown corporations are not eligible for funding.
  2. Eligible grantees must be incorporated in Georgia as not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organizations.
  3. The Arts Endowment considers applications and proposals from eligible individuals and organizations.

General

  1. General operating expenses for non-arts organizations.
  2. There is general consensus that sedentary living, especially after state formation, dominated all earlier forms of organizations.
  3. These organizations will follow the same guidelines and application procedures as other applicants for General Operating Support.

Organizations

  1. Other organizations involved in higher education or research. (Web site)
  2. Sports-Youth: Teams and other sports organizations primarily serving youth. (Web site)
  3. Click here to access the Guide to Grants for Organizations and Schools 2003-2004.
  4. Local fraternal organizations could help tutor students and provide a place for them to read.
  5. News,on-line events calendar possibilities, stories advices for volunteers and organizations.

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