Making the Meter Move: Developing an Institutional Philosophy about Corporate Giving

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  • Introduction: The Current State and Future Direction of Corporate Support of the Arts in America
  • Gary P. Steuer, President & CEO, Arts & Business Council Inc.
  • It’s Not About Art: Two Directors Contemplate the Museum-Corporate Relationship
  • An interview by Joan H. Baldwin with Michael Botwinick, Director of the Hudson River Museum and Willis “Buzz” Hartshorn, Director of the International Center of Photography
  • Building a Corporate Giving Program: A Case Study
  • Jackie Day, President, Long Island Museum
  • Guidelines for Museums on Developing and Managing Business Support
  • American Association of Museums
  • Resources

27 pp, paperback

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