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The Getty is moving away from supporting Arts Education. I not sure what
their new focus is going to be, but this decision is something of a joke in
some museum groups. It also causes a hardship, because we have been using
their research as justification for education programs at the museum.
Kimberly Herbert (kimberly)
San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts/Children's Art Museum
From: Lawrence A. Parker [occti]
Sent: Friday, July 07, 2000 3:51 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: RE: wise use of the list....response from Bunki....
> Some board members want to use the large chunk of $$$ for other ventures.
> Getty doesn't benefit by keeping this listserv. There is no profit for
Excuse me; I didn't think there *was* supposed to be any profit for them.
They are a Foundation for supporting the arts, are they not? It is their
job to use their funding to support the arts; this list is supposed to be
one of the ways they do that.
> Some of the board members...I am told...are not loyal to
> this list either.
Well, now, there certainly is a point of some concern! Does anyone know any
more about this? These board members are committed/loyal to the Arts, are
they not? Will Getty discontinue the list if we talk about them?
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