Join us for a briefing and interactive discussion on the thriving arts scene in Newark.
Join us and hear from two nationally recognized thought leaders on the latest research as New Jersey launches its first cultural workforce demographic study in partnership with DataArts.
Immediately following CNJG’s meeting “Power Play – Slay the Elephant in the Room!”, CNJG members are invited to a reception to preview Ajira’s upcoming exhibition The Missing by Duron Jackson.
This reception is open to CNJG Members only.
Continuing our series on the recent federal policy changes and what it means for New Jersey, the focus of this webinar will be the proposed changes to the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), National Endowment for the Humanties (NEH), and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB).
This program is open to CNJG members only.
Join your fellow culture funders to talk about the future direction of funding in the NJ culture/arts/humanities scene.
Join your grantmaking colleagues for this in-depth look at: what creative place-making is; highlighting some New Jersey-based projects; how funding these projects actually flows into the communities through different organizations; and how the Kresge Foundation is driving this initiative.
Join your colleagues focused on funding New Jersey’s cultural resources at the next meeting of the Council’s NJ Culture Funders Affinity Group (formerly Arts Funders) to learn about promising initiatives underway in Ocean and Monmouth Counties.
Join your fellow arts funders for lunch and an engaging conversation on the state of the arts sector. Jina Paik, Associate Director of Nonprofit Finance Fund, will share the results and insights from their 2014 State of the Sector Survey.
This month's topics of discussion are to include the Cultural Data Project along with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy and the resulting impact on arts organizations.
COST: Free for CNJG members/$35 for non-member grantmakers
This paper discusses developments in the conception and assessment of Creative Placemaking initiatives and, more generally, the assessment of comprehensive community-development strategies.