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Kickoff Presentation FY18

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Slides from AHCMC's annual constituent kickoff meeting for FY 2018!

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Kickoff Presentation FY18

  1. 1. Annual Kickoff Meeting Suzan Jenkins, Joe Frandoni, Takenya LaViscount, Amina Cooper, Nabil Ghachem, Kelsey Eustace, and Audrey Singer.
  2. 2. Today’s Agenda  Welcome and Staff Introductions  FY18 Grant Information and Updates  FY18 Constituent Services Updates  Arts and Economic Prosperity Study 5 (AEP5) Update  Public Art in Montgomery County  Grantee Spotlight: Grantwriting Successes Stories & Best Practices  Networking BBQ Picnic
  3. 3. Mission The Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County in partnership with the community, cultivates and supports excellence in the arts and humanities, expands access to cultural expression, and contributes to economic vitality in the region. Vision Our vision is to provide leadership that sustains arts and humanities organizations, artists and scholars and inspires participation in our County’s rich cultural assets.
  4. 4. Grants
  5. 5. $2,500,000 $3,000,000 $3,500,000 $4,000,000 $4,500,000 $5,000,000 $5,500,000 $6,000,000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Fiscal Year County Appropriations 2009-2018 $3,372,700 $5,506,943
  6. 6. FY18 Organization Grantees by Region Key - Large Organizations - Mid-size Organizations - Small Organizations and Groups Notes: 1Rockville, North Bethesda, Kensington, Bethesda, Glen Echo, Chevy Chase 2Silver Spring, Takoma Park 3Germantown, Gaithersburg, Poolesville, Laytonsville, Montgomery Village, Damascus, Mount Airy, Clarksburg, Dickerson 4Olney, Wheaton, Sandy Spring, Aspen Hill, Derwood, Brookeville 5Colesville, Burtonsville, Spencerville, Ashton Bethesada and Rockville Area 47%1 East County 4%5 Midcounty 9%4 Silver Spring 27% 2 Upcounty 13%3
  7. 7. FY18 Organization Grantees by Discipline Music 34% Literature/ Writing 4% Dance 11%Film/Video/Media 4% Humanities 11% Visual Arts 6% Multidisciplina ry 10% Theatre 20%
  8. 8. FY18 Individual Grantees by Discipline Music 17% Literature/Wr iting 14% Dance 14% Film/Video 14% Humanities 3% Visual Art 29% Multidisciplinary 3% Theatre 6%
  9. 9. New Online System:
  10. 10. Workshops and Webinars
  11. 11. Grants Program Assistant Audrey Singer Audrey.Singer@creativemoco.com 301-565-3805 x 21 Contacts Senior Grants Program Manager Takenya LaViscount Takenya.LaViscount@creativemoco.com 240-839-4519 Grants Program Manager Nabil Ghachem Nabil.Ghachem@creativemoco.com 301-565-3804
  12. 12. Constituent Services MarketPower CultureSpotMC.com Power2give.org Advocacy Constituent Services
  13. 13. Engage Audiences • CultureSpotMC • Culture Spotlight • Guide to Children’s Arts Activities Increase Efficiency • Cooperative advertising • Ticket Giveaways Acquire New Skills • Professional development: - forums - workshops - seminars • Marketing Committee
  14. 14. CultureSpotMC.com Culture Spotlight Creative Voice + Cultural Happenings
  15. 15. Cooperative Ads saved MarketPower Subscribers over $65,000 in FY17  Bethesda Magazine  Washington Post  132 Total ads  $65,735 in subscriber savings
  16. 16. Professional Development Series  Making Content Marketing Easy, Effective, and Fun – with Jon- Mikel Bailey, President of WoodStreet inc.  Increasing marketing efficiency and impact utilizing project management software – NAMP Workshop with Sarah Pressler Randal  The Experience Economy: Engaging Your Audience When They’re Not in Their Seats – with Jennifer Buzzell and Third Eye Cultural Collaborative  Building Ambassidors, Engaging Mavins, and Creating Expectations – Webinar with Shoshana Danoff Fanizza
  17. 17. Raising over $345,000 since 2013 $345,584 1,477 donors 82 projects $50 median gift $127,911 matching
  18. 18. $183,216,256 • Montgomery County Nonprofit Arts & Culture Industry 3,807 • Fulltime Jobs Supported $14,989,000 • Local & State Government Revenue Generated
  19. 19. Goals | Public Art Roadmap  Identify best artists and most creative ways to incorporate public art  Ensure a variety of public art types, opportunities and locations  Promote responsiveness to community needs and interests  Align missions for public art and County agencies
  20. 20. Key Findings  The County’s public art approach, once a national leader, is lagging in terms of practices and the types of projects that it is producing.  The County’s public art collection is not widely understood or appreciated.  The County’s “public art ecology” is not strongly developed or networked.  The County’s legislative goal for public art funding is a fraction of what peer municipalities provide, and the County funds public art at only about 30% of that level. •, cross-disciplinary
  21. 21. 1. Re-build the public case for public art. 2. Work more proactively, and selectively, in seeking and shaping project opportunities. 3. Strengthen linkages between public art, planning and development. 4. Strengthen the County’s “public art ecology”. •, cross-disciplinary Key Recommendations
  22. 22. New Artistic Focus: Placemaking Infrastructure Temporary Environmental Social Practice Science/Tech
  23. 23. Conservation & Care of County's Public Art Collection
  24. 24. AfterBefore
  25. 25. Questions? Thank you! Providing leadership that sustains arts and humanities organizations, artists and scholars and inspires participation in our County’s rich cultural assets
  26. 26. Grantee Spotlight: Best Practices Networking Organizational Capacity Jeremy Flick Community Impact Ali Oliver-Krueger Grantsmanship Janine Tursini Financial Stability Tony Spearman-Leach Individual Administrative Strategies Robin Payes

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