Arts & Economic Prosperity 5 Study

ArtsGreensboro Joins Americans for the Arts’ National Study of the Economic Impact of Spending by Nonprofit Arts and Culture Organizations and Audiences “Arts & Economic Prosperity 5” study will provide valuable information for both economic development efforts and arts funders “The Arts Mean Business.” That’s the message shared by ArtsGreensboro...

ArtsGreensboro, News & Record Announce Partnership

ArtsGreensboro and the News & Record are forging a unique and innovative partnership to enhance local arts coverage. In two articles in the Sunday edition on June 22, 2014, News & Record editor and publisher Jeff Gauger and ArtsGreensboro president and CEO Tom Philion explained why this new approach is...

Four Days Left to Raise $30,000

All over Greensboro, more than 50 arts organizations and projects are asking themselves whether ArtsGreensboro will make its June 30 Campaign goal of $1.1 million. Why? Because their success depends upon the generosity of people like you to support them through the 2013 ArtsFund Campaign. Organizations large and small –...

Why ArtsGreensboro?

A new brand, a new look, and a new strategy to connect with the Greensboro community. That’s what we announced today at the United Arts Council of Greater Greensboro’s 2013 Annual Meeting. We needed a brand that better communicates who we are and what we do, and today’s announcement of...

Legislative Update

Greensboro, NC - June 13, 2013 Thanks to many friends in the House led by Reps. Linda Johnson and Becky Carney, the House passed an amendment offered by freshman Rep. Rena Turner of Iredell County to restore $180,000 to the Grassroots Grants Program. The final vote was 107 to 9...