Friday, February 02, 2007
onPhilanthropy: Rumors of the Death of Arts Philanthropy Are Wildly Exaggerated
onPhilanthropy: Rumors of the Death of Arts Philanthropy Are Wildly Exaggerated: "True, no one knows how many museums there are in the United States. True, whatever that number is, some museums do close their doors, as do other arts organizations (and hospitals and schools and soup kitchens). True, performing arts theater attendance may be down by 5.5%. True, charitable outpourings for tsunamis and the refugees of governments that kill their own people may grab bigger headlines than the local ballet."