Diminished support for cultural institutions – from both government and private funding sources – has made it a challenge for many cultural organizations around the country to sustain their momentum and focus on producing and presenting creative work.
Through unique programs and partnerships, Bloomberg Philanthropies is helping arts and cultural organizations learn vital strategies to better manage their operations and access new funding sources.
Our Arts program utilizes innovative partnerships and bold approaches to place arts at the center of economic growth and empower artists and cultural organizations.
Bloomberg Philanthropies is funding the development of digital programs at leading cultural institutions around the world to increase access and visitor engagement.
Great public art strengthens cities by making them more exciting and attractive places to live, work and visit. Public art can also help us see urban challenges in a new light – and imagine new solutions that can have a lasting impact.
The Arts Innovation and Management (AIM) program provides $30 million in unrestricted general operating support over two years to more than 260 small and mid- sized nonprofit arts organizations in six US cities.
Art is a powerful economic driver of communities. That’s why Bloomberg Philanthropies is participating in ArtPlace, a nationwide public-private partnership to drive revitalization in cities by putting arts at the center of community development.
Supporting a unique summer internship program in Baltimore, New York City, and Philadelphia that gives young residents the tools they need to excel in high school, college, and beyond.