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Our July newsletter showcases a dancer’s daring breakthrough. Watch the video to see how Jo Kreiter and Flyaway Productions are pushing the boundaries of aerial dance by addressing social justice issues in their risk-taking performances.
Our May newsletter features our 2016 Turning Points: Year in Review report. See how we’re lifting up Bay Area arts and artists and helping Oakland’s youngest learners to flourish, and read about the quest to predict and prevent Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
The December newsletter takes a look back at our biggest stories for 2016 and shares a holiday message.
Read about the Foundation’s recent grant awards totaling $1.3 million for Arts & Education, how we’re expanding support for artists’ work in the public realm, our latest education research, and our new guide on how philanthropy can change the trajectory of Inflammatory Bowel Disease research in our June newsletter.
Read about the Foundation’s progress, new loan opportunities for the Bay Area arts community, how Oakland’s faith leaders are supporting early literacy, the healing power of microbes and more, in our April newsletter.
Our March newsletter features our multi-media 2015 Turning Points report. See some of the proudest moments in our programs, including highlights of our grantees’ accomplishments and the progress we are making together. New this year, the report features videos of Jen Rainin, CEO, and our staff sharing their reflections on this remarkable past year.
Our February newsletter is out with the latest program blogs, updates and grantee news. Read about our first Grantee Perception Survey results and our stake in the growing gender parity movement in film. Plus learn how we are bringing grantees and stakeholders together to share research about what’s most important in early childhood education, to forge greater bonds among peer arts organizations, and to accelerate Inflammatory Bowel Disease research into practice.
Our November newsletter is out with our latest program blogs and updates. Read about the many people—teachers, storytellers, artists, clinicians and researchers—that we are grateful for this year; a prestigious honor awarded to our health grantee, Gwendolyn Randolph, Phd; Oakland’s tremendous summer learning gains; where to turn to learn about Bay Area arts events; the latest grantee news and more.
Our September newsletter is out with new blogs and updates. Join us to celebrate Light Up Central Market, a new public art installation led by the Luggage Store Gallery; get information about a new data tool for Oakland educators; and find out what we’re learning through our annual Innovations Symposium.