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THE FUTURE OF PRIVATE SECTOR SUPPORT FOR THE ARTS

This Green Paper, submitted by the Americans for the Arts Private Sector Network, examines the future of private sector support for the art in America and poses some key questions to the field for consideration and debate.

Green Paper Authoring Organizations: Americans for the Arts Private Sector Network

THE FUTURE OF PRIVATE SECTOR SUPPORT FOR THE ARTS

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The Americans for the Arts and the Cultural Council of Richland and Lexington Counties need your feedback. Please answer this one question posed in Andy Witt’s Green Paper discussion on “Private Sector Support for the Arts”.

How can we engage the business community as arts participants in other ways other than requesting cash donations?

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