Arts & Science Council
The Arts & Science Council (ASC) serves and supports Charlotte-Mecklenburg's cultural community through grant-making, planning, programs and services to ensure a vibrant community enriched with arts, science and history. Organized in 1958, ASC combines resources from the Annual Fund Drive, allocations from local, state and federal governments, and its endowment to support cultural organizations, educational programs and individual artists throughout the region. ASC also provides cultural support through the Cultural Project Grant program, helping to fund neighborhood and community-based projects involving arts, science, history or heritage.
Van Alen Institute
New York, NY
Van Alen Institute is a New York City-based independent nonprofit architectural organization, dedicated to improving design in the public realm. It was founded in 1894 as the Society of Beaux-Arts Architects. In 1995, the institute was named in honor of William Van Alen, architect of the Chrysler Building and recipient of the institute's 1908-1909 Paris Prize. Van Alen Institute has supported architects, urban thinkers, designers and scholars through design competitions, fellowships, awards and public programs. Also, it has fostered dialogue about architecture as a creative practice.
Chicago Architecture Foundation
The Chicago Architecture Center, formerly the Chicago Architecture Foundation, is a nonprofit cultural organization based in Chicago, Illinois, United States, whose mission is to inspire people to discover why design matters.
Frist Art Museum
The Frist Art Museum (formerly known as The Frist Center for the Visual Arts) is an art museum in Nashville, Tennessee, housed in the city's historic U.S. Post Office building, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Municipal Art Society of New York
New York, NY
For 125 years, the Municipal Art Society of New York (MAS) has worked to educate and inspire New Yorkers to engage in the betterment of our city. As a non-profit advocacy organization, MAS mobilizes diverse allies to focus on issues that affect our city from sidewalk to skyline. Through three core campaign areas, MAS protects New York’s legacy spaces, encourages thoughtful planning and urban design, and fosters complete neighborhoods across the five boroughs.
The American Ceramic Society
The American Ceramic Society is a non-profit professional organization for the ceramics community, with a focus on scientific research, emerging technologies, and applications in which ceramic materials are an element. It is located in Westerville, Ohio.
American Craft Council
The American Craft Council is a national nonprofit organization based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, that champions craft. Founded in 1943 by Aileen Osborn Webb, the council today hosts national craft shows and conferences, publishes a bi-monthly magazine called American Craft and a quarterly journal called American Craft Inquiry, maintains an extensive awards program, and is home to a comprehensive library and archives.
Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland
The Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, better known by its acronym, MOCA, is a contemporary art museum located in Cleveland, Ohio. Founded in 1968 by Marjorie Talalay, Agnes Gund, and Nina Castelli Sundell as The New Gallery, the museum was renamed the Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art in 1984. In order to expand its exhibition space, in 1990 the museum moved to a former Sears store on Carnegie Avenue that is now part of the Cleveland Play House complex which was renovated by Richard Fleischman + Partners Architects, Inc. to retrofit the space. In 2002, CCCA changed its name to Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland.
The Center for Craft Creativity & Design Inc
Founded in 1998, The Center for Craft Creativity & Design Inc is an arts, culture & humanities nonprofit focused on visual arts. The Center for Craft Creativity & Design Inc is headquartered in Asheville, NC and its vice president is Barbara Benisch as of June, 2019.
Manchester Craftsmen's Guild
Manchester Craftsmen's Guild is a nonprofit multi-discipline art, education, and music organization established in 1968 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, with the address of 1815 Metropolitan St. 15233. It is officially located in the Chateau neighborhood of Pittsburgh, though close to the Manchester neighborhood.