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New 42nd Street
New York, NY
The New 42nd Street was established in 1990 by New York City and State to redevelop the area of 42nd Street and Times Square through the revitalization of 42nd Street's historic theaters. Under a 99-year lease, the New 42nd Street was created to assume long-term responsibility and oversight for seven historic theaters on the block; Victory, Times Square, Selwyn, Lyric, Liberty, Empire, and Apollo. From the 1995 opening of The New Victory Theater through the recent addition of the New 42nd Street Studios, theater, music, and dance professionals, as well as visitors to the City, once again have joined the flow of New Yorkers on this reinvented, reinvigorated new 42nd Street.
Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators
Los Angeles, CA
The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, is the only professional organization specifically for individuals who write and illustrate for children and young adults. Our mission is to support the creation and availability of quality children’s books in every region of the world. Through our awards, events, and publications, we give established writers and illustrators the tools and resources to manage their careers, as well as educate those just starting out. SCBWI is also proud to serve as a consolidated voice for our members within the publishing industry.
Aperture Foundation
New York, NY
Founded in 1982, Aperture Foundation is an arts, culture & humanities nonprofit focused on support n.e.c.. It is a mid-sized organization, with $8m in revenue and 51 employees.
Artown
Reno, NV
In 1996, a group of business and arts executives in the Reno, Nevada Arts and Culture Commission developed a plan to use the arts to improve the city's self-image and give locals a reason to visit downtown.
American Friends of the National Gallery of Canada Inc
New York, NY
The National Gallery of Canada, located in the capital city of Ottawa, Ontario, is Canada's national art museum. The museum's building takes up 46,621 square metres, with 12,400 square metres of space used for exhibiting art; making the museum one of the largest art museums in North America by exhibition space.
Amherst Cinema
Amherst, MA
Founded in 1999, Amherst Cinema is an arts, culture & humanities nonprofit focused on support n.e.c.. It is a relatively small organization, with $1.8m in revenue and 29 employees. Amherst Cinema is headquartered in Amherst, MA and its vice president & clerk is Carol M. Johnson as of December, 2019.
ArtsBoston
Boston, MA
Founded in 1975, ArtsBoston is an arts, culture & humanities nonprofit focused on support n.e.c.. It is a relatively small organization, with $1.6m in revenue and 34 employees. ArtsBoston is headquartered in Boston, MA and its chair is Mr John Wolfarth as of August, 2019.
Seattle Chamber Music Society Foundation
Seattle, WA
Founded in 2011, Seattle Chamber Music Society Foundation is an arts, culture & humanities nonprofit focused on support n.e.c.. Seattle Chamber Music Society Foundation is headquartered in Seattle, WA and its board president is Ned Laird as of September, 2019.
Colorado Springs Conservatory Foundation
Colorado Springs, CO
Founded in 1998, Colorado Springs Conservatory Foundation is an arts, culture & humanities nonprofit focused on support n.e.c.. It is a relatively small organization, with $1.3m in revenue and 15 employees. Colorado Springs Conservatory Foundation is headquartered in Colorado Springs, CO and its executive director is Linda Weise as of June, 2019.
Fort Worth Community Arts Center
Fort Worth, TX
Founded in 2005, Fort Worth Community Arts Center is an arts, culture & humanities nonprofit focused on support n.e.c.. It is a relatively small organization, with $842k in revenue and 28 employees. Fort Worth Community Arts Center is headquartered in Fort Worth, TX and its president is Karen Wiley as of September, 2019.