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A Commitment to Emerging Artists: The Greenwall Foundation's Arts and Humanities Program 1991-2011

February 23, 2012

Based on interviews with grantees, examines the effectiveness of awarding small grants to small arts groups and emerging artists, including the effects of the grants on individual careers, experimentation, and support structures for emerging artists.

Palliative Care Academic Career Awards: A Public-Private Partnership to Improve Care for the Most Vulnerable

July 15, 2003

Palliative care, an increasingly important medical field that focuses on the relief of pain and suffering, is in danger of not being able to meet the needs of America's aging population, or anyone of any age suffering from serious or life-threatening illness.

Investing in Creativity: A Study of the Support Structure for U.S. Artists

July 1, 2003

Documents and analyzes the environment of support for individual artists. Provides a framework for analysis of various dimensions of the support structure, nationally and in specific sites across the U.S. Includes support programs and policy initiatives.

The Greenwall Foundation: The Story of a Work in Progress

December 31, 1999

Provides an overview of the family foundation's founding, evolution, and vision, including the overhaul of the arts program in the 1980s and the emerging focus on bioethics. Lists presidents and board members since 1949.