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  • 1.  2020 Plan  Sheldon Round Table  Meetings  Field Trip  Formation of the OAC
  • 2. “The Oswego Arts Collaborative is a catalyst for the economic development and sustainability of visual and performing arts.”
  • 3.  To advocate for arts in the schools  To provide educational arts programs to the community  To develop and sustain an Arts Center as a focus of the community  To participate in the development of a comprehensive plan to use arts as a economic development tool
  • 4.  To foster partnerships between businesses, community, government, schools and organizations to promote the arts.  To support the preservation of historic architecture  To promote art and cultural tourism
  • 5. “The arts have a crucial impact on our economy and are an important catalyst for learning, discovery, and achievement in our country.” Paul G. Allen - Philanthropist & Co-founder Microsoft
  • 6.  Study conducted by Americans for the Arts  The Economic Impact of Nonprofit Arts and Culture Organizations and Their Audiences  Study covered 156 communities in all 50 states & District of Columbia  Data collected from 6,080 arts & culture organizations and 94,478 of their attendees Americans for the Arts is dedicated to representing & serving local communities and creating opportunities for every American to participate in & appreciate all forms of the arts.
  • 7.  Non profit Arts & Culture generate $166.2 billion in economic activity annually  $63.1 billion in arts organization spending  $103.1 billion in audience spending
  • 8.  5.7 million FTE jobs  $104.2 billion household income  $7.9 billion local government revenue  $9.1 billion state government revenue  $12.6 billion in Federal Income Taxes
  • 9.  A modest arts organization with expenditures of only $75,000 generates:  $98,910 in audience expenditures for total industry impact of $173,910  4.7 FTE jobs  $81,153 in additional household income  $6,344 local government revenue  $7,478 state government revenue
  • 10.  2000 to 2005 non profit arts & culture industry 120 grew 24% 100  Arts & culture 80 organizations spending 60 1992 2000 increased 19% 40 2005 20  Audience spending 0 increased 28% NFP AUD $ $
  • 11.  Arts generates commerce for local businesses  Restaurants  Hotels  Retail stores  $27.79 = Average spending per event per person
  • 12.  Potential for creation of 2-3 FTE jobs  Creation of volunteer opportunities for Seniors, students and community  Expand audience and market for all artists in community  Expand economy through OAC partnerships with local businesses
  • 13.  Oswego Arts  Partner with: Collaborative  Local governments  Special Events & tourism  Concerts  Restaurants  Theater  Retailers productions  Hotels  Dinner Theater  Historic Attractions  Art Exhibits  Other local events  Dance  Educational  Music Institutions – SUNY  Classes & City School District
  • 14.  Purpose  Benefits  Impact
  • 15.  Coordinate the second year of the Fort Ontario Festival of the Arts  Launching a high profile public arts project.  Begin a needs assessment with the school  Coordinate and promote member events  Encourage and develop new community arts events
  • 16.  Develop essential organizational representation from city, county and regional arts groups.  Connect with Regional and State Arts Councils  Create a functional and interactive website to share information
  • 17.  Charter membership for two years - Until 2/1/11  Members vote at annual meeting for Board & Officers  Volunteer opportunities  Updates via e-mail  Various members only benefits as negotiated with arts groups  In-Kind memberships are welcome!
  • 18.  Charter membership recognition  Name on letterhead and website  Inclusive of the individual membership benefits  Strength in numbers!!  Community calendar  In-Kind memberships are welcome!
  • 19.  Charter membership recognition  Inclusive of the Individual and NPO memberships  Name on letter head and website  Economic Development models of success  Creating a cultural climate of things to do  Sponsorship Exposure!!