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Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council 2008 Annual Meeting

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Leslie "Ezra" Smith Spoken Word Performance
  • 3. BIG THE PICTURE
  • 4. Jane Werner Arts Council Board Chair
  • 5. Where We’ve Been The State of the Arts Council Mitch Swain, CEO
  • 6. Cultural Policy and Research Advocating for the Arts
  • 7. Get Involved! Cultural Policy Public Forum June 12, 4:00–5:30 pm Mozart Room, Heinz Hall
  • 8. Pro Arts Tickets
  • 9. Kate Prescott Arts Council Board Member
  • 10. Professional Development "It's like the Arts Council tailored those workshops just for me!" - Christine Bethea Passports: Art of Diversity and Arts Council Member
  • 11. Professional Development 775 participants have attended 30 workshops since July 2007
  • 12. Next Up! Public Forum: The Arts Experience Initiative June 24, 4:30–7:30 pm   Location TBA
  • 13. Thank You Presenters
  • 14. Pro-Bono Consulting “… a wonderful benefit as most artists cannot afford to hire a lawyer on their own.”  - Suz Pisano Artist and Arts Council Member
  • 15.
    • Theresa D'Amico • Alan Lefkowitz • Susan DiGirolamo
    • Elana Kornblit • Julie Chiccarino • Margaret Cassidy
    • Robert Carey • Bruce Wolf • Katherine Basile • Michael Wright
    • Conniel Arnold & Josh Stein, Alcoa, Inc.
    • Barbara Griffin & Lorrie Albert, Allegheny County Bar Foundation
    • Jay Glunt, Buchanan Ingersoll, PC
    • Amanda Braunecker, Burns, White & Hickton, LLC
    • Henry Huffnagle, Chief US Magistrate Francis X Caiazza
    • Yvonne Schlosberg, City of Pittsburgh, Dept of Law
    • Andrew Flowers & Matthew Phillips, Cohen & Grigsby P.C.
    • Carolyn Dorazio, Dorazio Law Group, P.C.
    • Timothy Coon, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott
    • Cynthia Yializis, Fox Rothschild • Scott Levine, Fried & Davis, LLC
    • Joseph Kranyak, Fujitsu • Jeffrey Hunt, Goehring, Rutter & Boehm
    Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts
  • 16.
    • Jeffrey Morris, Jeffrey T. Morris Attorney at Law • Franklin Molin, K&L Gates
    • Brian Fagan, Keevican Weiss Bauerle & Hirsch LLC
    • Kelly DeMarchis, Danielle Hirsch, John Hagan, Matthew Sepp, Brittany Powell, Lisa Geisel, Marcia Kelson, Christopher Frenie, Kari Horner, Ryan Demotte, Oded Green, Kristy Storms, David Teigman, Renee Cavalovitch, Christopher Wolfe, Brian Anderson, Jeffrey Acre, Jamie Spataro, Michelle McCreery, Maria Podoplekina, Ashley O'Neill, Karen Marryshow, Jamie Lopez, Curtis Krasik & Sarah Reigle, Kirkpatrick & Lockhart Nicholson Graham LLP
    • Jeff Pollock, Law Office of Jeffrey L. Pollock
    • David DeFazio, Law Offices of David J. DeFazio
    • Leslie Greer, Leslie B. Greer Attorney at Law
    • Matthew Loughren, Loughren, Loughren & Loughren
    • Gregory Fitzpatrick, Margolis Edelstein • Gary Regan, McGuireWoods
    • Stacey Noble, Meyer, Unkovic and Scott
    • Peter Watt-Morse, Morgan Lewis, Counselors at Law
    • Ritu Singh, Anne Shyjan, Darcey Rhoades, Karie Schepis & Brienne Terril, Pepper Hamilton, LLP
    Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts
  • 17.
    • David Franklin, Pietragallo Gordon Alfano Bosick & Raspanti, LLP
    • Thomas Joseph, Price & Adams
    • Danielle Rawls, Dianna Wyrick, Richard Ting, Eric Billings, Lisa Campoli, Jennifer Smokelin, Ronald Krasnow & Alexandria Samuel, ReedSmith LLP
    • Tess Harper, Schneider Downs & Co., Inc.
    • Margaret Diamond, Southwestern PA Human Services
    • Daniel Michelmore, Swarts Campbell LLC
    • Julie Meder & Thomas Wolski, The Webb Law Firm
    • Jeffrey Cadle, Thomas A. Will & Associates
    • Kristen Belz Ornato, Jenifer Tarasi & Alex Hershey Thorp Reed & Armstrong, LLP
    • Paul Atencio, Tucker Arensberg, P.C.
    • Susan Ott, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Corporate Legal
    Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts
  • 18.
    • Lisa Andrus , SAI Consulting Engineers, Inc. • Lisa Blaney-Stewart , TelCove
    • Howard Booth , Shadylane School • Pompa Bose , RBS Consultants, Inc.
    • Annette Calgaro , BNY Mellon • Kathleen Caliendo , IBM
    • Gretchen Cetti , Allegheny Intermediate Unit
    • A. Bradley Collins , Deloitte & Touche
    • Rene Conrad , Quantum Theatre • Rich DeSensi
    • Sarah Doerr , Blue Archer Consulting • Scott Ellis , Merrill Lynch
    • Erin Felix , KPMG, LLP • Bill Godfrey , Natrona Comes Together Association
    • Jennifer Gross • Bonnie Hellman , First Capitol Corporation
    • Christine Huesmann • John Jacobsen , PNC Bank
    • Crystal Jeffrey • D. Todd Keener , PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
    • Joseph Kish , Duquesne University • Melissa Krutz Farris , BNY Mellon
    • Corey LeChat • Susan McLaughlin , Alcoa
    • Rebecca McNeil , Children's Museum Of Pittsburgh • Karen Myres
    Business Volunteers for the Arts
  • 19.
    • Robert Neu • Jim O'Brien • Gail Picha , McKeever, Varga & Senko
    • Al Polanec , Blue Archer Consulting • Kelly Price , Schneider Downs & Co., Inc.
    • Karlye Rowles , University of Pittsburgh
    • Shakura Sabur , African American Jazz Preservation Society of Pittsburgh
    • Lorraine Sauchin , Schneider Downs & Co.
    • Cathie Schmidt , H J Heinz Pittsburgh Employees Federal Credit Union
    • Laura Serecin , Indigo Branded Environments
    • Michael Sexauer , Pittsburgh Post-Gazette • Jocelyn Sheppard , Red House Consulting
    • Neil Shuman , Beltex Company, Inc. • Suzanne Silliman , MSA
    • Loretta Stanish , PF/PCA • Lisa Sweeney , Filene's/Kaufmann's
    • Kenn Thomas , PNC Financial Services • Peter Vercilla , Technology Strategies, Inc.
    • Xi Wang • Bob Washburn • James Will , PricewaterhouseCoopers
    • Bruce Wolf • Jennifer Zgurich , Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
    Business Volunteers for the Arts
  • 20. Thank You Consultants
  • 21. Grants to the Arts Over $322,000 in grants to the arts community in 2007-08
  • 22. Thank You Panelists
  • 23. Office of Public Art
  • 24. Membership
  • 25. Where We’re Going Strategic Plan
  • 26. Bill Bodine Arts Council Board Member
  • 27. Mission
    • To make the arts central to the lives of individuals by expanding the reach, influence and effectiveness of the region's diverse cultural community.
    • We will accomplish our mission by offering programs and services, advocating for the arts , facilitating connections and promoting self-sufficiency and artistic endeavors.
  • 28. Vision
    • By fulfilling its mission, the Arts Council will achieve its vision of:
      • Driving the region's vitality through arts and culture
      • Serving as the leading voice of the arts in the region
      • Offering high quality services to arts and culture organizations and artists
  • 29. Values
    • The Arts Council is committed to:
      • Valuing culture, both the arts and artists
      • Being proactive
      • Maintaining a culture of creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship
      • Functioning with clarity of purpose, courage and fairness
      • Promoting diversity and collaboration
  • 30. Aspirations
    • The Arts Council intends to:
      • Identify and serve the common good
      • Elevate the visibility of the arts
      • Improve the livelihood of individual artists
      • Serve as a “connector” – a valued broker and facilitator
      • Be the voice and ambassador of the arts
      • Impact the growth of the city and region
  • 31. Competencies
    • The Arts Council will sustain or increase its expertise in the areas of:
      • Capacity building – technical assistance, professional development, grantmaking and pro-bono legal management consulting
      • Marketing – ticketing, promotion, public relations, image building and branding
      • Advocacy – cultural policy, research
  • 32. How does the plan align with your view of the arts and culture community’s needs? Strategic Plan
  • 33. Share Your Thoughts www.pittsburghartscouncil.blogspot.com
  • 34. Neil Lucchi Senior Vice President, Voluntary Products HM Insurance Group
  • 35. Health Coverage for the Arts
    • From $56.99 to $171.27 per month
    • Pays fixed rates for various services
    • Available to independent artists, part-time or seasonal employees, uncovered spouses and dependants, and employees (full- or part-time) of small organizations
  • 36. Brian Lang Curator, Corporate Art Collection BNY Mellon
  • 37. BNY Mellon Audience Development Program
  • 38.  
  • 39. City of Pittsburgh Councilman Bill Peduto
  • 40.
    • Photo of Bill in Action
  • 41. Robert Lettieri Chair, Citizens for the Arts in Pennsylvania
  • 42. Philip Horn Executive Director, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts
  • 43. Arts Leadership Award
  • 44. Pennsylvania State Senator Jay Costa
  • 45.  
  • 46. May 21, 2009
  • 47. Thank You to our Funders Arts Council Members & Donors
  • 48. Please Join Us in the Lobby Pittsburgh Banjo Club