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1 1 FY16 GCA Grant Workshop In-Depth

2 1 Overview of GCA Multiple Programs Momentum Art at the Capitol Inspired Georgia Poet Laureate Prize Arts Learning Task Force Tourism Resource Team Traditional Arts Archive State Art Collection Governor’s Awards in the Arts and Humanities Poetry Out Loud Tourism Product Development Awards Georgia Municipal Association Case Studies Literary Event Grants of Georgia (LEGG)

3 1 Mission and Goals GCA Mission The mission of Georgia Council for the Arts is to cultivate the growth of vibrant, thriving Georgia communities through the arts GCA Goals ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: Use the arts to promote Georgia’s economic growth COMMUNITY IMPACT: Support strong connections between artists, arts organizations and the public resulting in community connections and an improved quality of life ADVOCACY: Act as a catalyst for increased public awareness of the value of the arts and of Georgia’s rich cultural heritage CAPACITY BUILDING: Invest in the sustainability and advancement of Georgia’s creative sector Dublin Theatre

4 1 FY15 Grants

5 1 FY16 Changes to Guidelines

6 1 Eligible applicants must use a venue/location that is physically accessible to people with disabilities Holly Theatre

7 1 FY16 Changes to Guidelines Eligible applicants must use a venue/location that is physically accessible to people with disabilities Project Grant budgets cannot have more expenses than income. Holly Theatre

8 1 FY16 Changes to Guidelines Eligible applicants must use a venue/location that is physically accessible to people with disabilities Project Grant budgets must have at least as much income as expenses. NEA questions in e-Grant have changed Holly Theatre

9 1 FY16 Changes to Guidelines Attachment A- Narrative Attachment B- Budget Budget Breakdowns Attachment C- Board of Directors List OR Community/Citizen Advisory Committee List Support Material Attachment D- Letter from Parent Organization (if applicable) IRS 501(c)(3) letter (if applicable) Attachment E- Arts Education Supplemental Award Narrative (optional) Arts Education Support Material (optional) Attachment F- leave blank Attachment G- leave blank

10 1 Community Impact Art Rise Savannah

11 1 Community Impact Definition of community

12 1 Community Impact

13 1 Community Impact could include: Increasing tourism Addressing a social problem Bringing people from different backgrounds together Keeping local stories and history alive Enhancing a school’s curriculum Introducing people to a new culture or new idea Increasing attendance at local businesses Enhancing local quality of life, which helps attract new business Revitalizing a depressed area of a city Increasing literacy rates Bringing artists to rural communities Georgia Museum of Art

14 1 Community Impact

15 1 Goals/Evaluation Serenbe Playhouse

16 1 Goals/Evaluation Goals and an evaluation process that is pertinent to each specific organization and its unique mission

17 1 Goals/Evaluation Who should be in involved in setting goals?

18 1 Goals/Evaluation

19 1 “The …United Way of America manual, Measuring Program Outcomes: A Practical Approach … defines program outcomes as ‘benefits or changes for participants during or after their involvement with a program’ (p. 2). Merely attending the program does not represent an outcome. Outcomes are something that the program participant is, has, or does in response to the service provided. This is distinct from program outputs, which are the number of units of service delivered or the number of people served. Said another way, outputs are about the program, while outcomes are about the participants.” Carter McNamara, A Basic Guide to Program Evaluation

20 1 Goals/Evaluation Baltimore Clayworks Show work to peers Hold work close to body Use clay vocabulary Complete work Recruit friends to participate

21 1 Goals/Evaluation Deep Center FY14 GOAL 1. Improve students’ writing skills. Nearly 100% of students who participate in our writing program demonstrated improved writing skills, and they perform better, on average, than their peers in the district. The following graphs illustrate these findings. Currently, nearly a third of eighth grade students in Savannah-Chatham County enter high school illiterate, failing to meet the minimum standards on the state writing test. Among DeepKids, that rate is half (just 15%), and after just three months of programming. (It is noteworthy that we tend to work with the students who are already low-performing, which makes this number even more remarkable.)

22 1 Goals/Evaluation Getting Started with Program Evaluation On GCA’s website under Grant Workshops Full Radius Dance

23 1 Underserved Audiences Savannah Music Festival

24 1 Goals/Evaluation Develop partnerships Get input Board or committee representation Alternate locations and/or programming Become active in the community Mi Casa, Your Casa High Museum of Art

25 1 Underserved Audiences Programmatic Accessibility

26 1 Underserved Audiences

27 1 Timeline Deadline for applicationsFeb. 4, 2015 Panel meetingsMarch-June, 2015 Grant announcementsJuly, 2015 The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia

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