DeVos Institute of Arts Management

Maryland Humanities works with many partner organizations to deliver high-quality humanities programming and capacity building to more Marylanders each year.

Capacity Building: Baltimore

One of our partners, the DeVos Institute of Arts Management, at the University of Maryland, is currently presenting Capacity Building: Baltimore, a two-year training program and consultancy for 20 arts and cultural organizations based in the Greater Baltimore area. Capacity Building: Baltimore provides one-on-one, in-depth consultation for each participating organization and intensive group training in fundraising, marketing, artistic planning, strategic planning, and board development.

The 20 organizations that were selected through a competitive application process:

1. Arts Every Day

2. Asian Arts & Culture Center

3. Ballet Theatre of Maryland, Inc.

4. Baltimore Clayworks

5. Baltimore Concert Opera

6. The Baltimore Museum of Art

7. Baltimore Talent Education Center

8. Chesapeake Arts Center

9. Chesapeake Shakespeare Company

10. Concert Artists of Baltimore

11. Creative Alliance

12. Jewish Museum of Maryland

13. Make Studio

14. Maryland Film Festival

15. Neighborhood Design Center

16. Performing Arts at CCBC

17. Port Discovery Children’s Museum

18. Single Carrot Theatre

19. Station North Arts & Entertainment

20. Young Audiences/Arts for Learning

The program began February 18, 2015, with a group seminar in Baltimore led by DeVos Institute Chairman Michael M. Kaiser, and continues through February 2017.

Led by the DeVos Institute of Arts Management at the University of Maryland, Capacity Building: Baltimore is made possible with the support of the University of Maryland, together with the organizing support of Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance and Maryland Humanities.

Partners:

Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance
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