Arts

Atlanta Arts Organizations Could Get A Helping Hand From Bloomberg Philanthropies

“City Lights” host Lois Reitzes spoke with Kate Levin, who oversees the Bloomberg Philanthropies Arts program, about how the program works and its impact.
“City Lights” host Lois Reitzes spoke with Kate Levin, who oversees the Bloomberg Philanthropies Arts program, about how the program works and its impact.
Credit Bloomberg Philanthropies

Funding for the arts is always a major concern here in the metro area. Now, 48 small and mid-size arts organizations are in the running to be part of an Arts Innovation and Management Program by Bloomberg Philanthropies.

The idea is to give arts organizations an opportunity to participate in a two-year management program and for the community to network and build stronger connections.

“City Lights” host Lois Reitzes spoke with Kate Levin, who oversees the Bloomberg Philanthropies Arts program, about how the program works and its impact.

Winners will be announced Aug. 15th.

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