Knight Arts Program Strategy
Evolution of Arts Program                            Limited Legacy Arts                                                 B...
Geographic Eligibility Knight Arts Program funds projects thatbenefit eight „resident‟ Knight Communities:  • Akron, Ohio ...
6%                             More than                            94% of Arts                             grants are    ...
Strategic InitiativesCreative PlacemakingMaking Art GeneralInstitutional OutreachSpurring Innovation
Creative PlacemakingCulture and creativity expressedpowerfully through a specific place thatcan create vibrancy.
Creative Placemaking
Strategic InitiativesCreative PlacemakingMaking Art GeneralInstitutional OutreachSpurring Innovation
Some KnightArts Grantees
Strategic InitiativesCreative PlacemakingMaking Art GeneralInstitutional OutreachSpurring Innovation
Institutional Outreach
Strategic InitiativesCreative PlacemakingMaking Art GeneralInstitutional OutreachSpurring Innovation
“Thus we seek tobestir the peopleinto an awarenessof their own truecondition, provideinspiration for theirthoughts and rou...
Knight Foundation Arts Program - Strategy Presentation
Knight Foundation Arts Program - Strategy Presentation
Knight Foundation Arts Program - Strategy Presentation
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We believe the arts help build community by binding people to place and to each other. Done with excellence, the arts inspire and connect people. Our grantmaking strategy in the arts has four initiatives: (1) Creative Placemaking (2) Making Art General (3) Institutional Reform and (4) Spurring Innovation. Find out more at knightfoundation.org

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Knight Foundation Arts Program - Strategy Presentation

  1. 1. Knight Arts Program Strategy
  2. 2. Evolution of Arts Program Limited Legacy Arts Best Arts Ideas Making Art General Arts Focus Artistic Excellence Mobile AppsCapital Campaigns Interactive Experience Magic of Music Crowdsourcing Out of the Concert Hall Institutions Fund Momentum Museum Loan Network Web New Models Matching Funds Sustainability Digital CloudFacilities Audience Engagement General Support Creative Placemaking Universities Art for Social Change Big Ideas I am an Artist Endowments Infrastructure Contests Diversity Curate Your Own Experience Symphonies Risk Taking Innovation Dynamic Leadership Arts Education Scholarships Cross Pollination Listen & Curating &Strengthened Supported Experiment Networking
  3. 3. Geographic Eligibility Knight Arts Program funds projects thatbenefit eight „resident‟ Knight Communities: • Akron, Ohio • Miami, Fla. • Charlotte, N.C. • Philadelphia, • Detroit, Mich. Pa. • Macon, Ga. • St. Paul, Minn. • San Jose, Calif.
  4. 4. 6% More than 94% of Arts grants are RESIDENT DIRECTOR COMMUNITY made in the 8 NATIONAL $22 million $18.8 million communities NON-RESIDENT 94% DIRECTOR COMMUNITY $8.6 million } 339 GRANTS TOTALING $96.8 MILLION
  5. 5. Strategic InitiativesCreative PlacemakingMaking Art GeneralInstitutional OutreachSpurring Innovation
  6. 6. Creative PlacemakingCulture and creativity expressedpowerfully through a specific place thatcan create vibrancy.
  7. 7. Creative Placemaking
  8. 8. Strategic InitiativesCreative PlacemakingMaking Art GeneralInstitutional OutreachSpurring Innovation
  9. 9. Some KnightArts Grantees
  10. 10. Strategic InitiativesCreative PlacemakingMaking Art GeneralInstitutional OutreachSpurring Innovation
  11. 11. Institutional Outreach
  12. 12. Strategic InitiativesCreative PlacemakingMaking Art GeneralInstitutional OutreachSpurring Innovation
  13. 13. “Thus we seek tobestir the peopleinto an awarenessof their own truecondition, provideinspiration for theirthoughts and rousethem to pursuetheir own trueinterests.” – John S. Knight, 1969

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