A recap from the “Let’s Talk” series pilot, what we learned and upcoming session dates for 2023.
Congratulations to CounterPulse on achieving a major milestone—finalizing the $7 million acquisition of its San Francisco venue at 80 Turk Street.
Over eight years of service, Adriana has developed meaningful connections with grantees, peer funders, partners and staff, and has strengthened the Foundation’s contributions and impact in the field.
As we explore how to deepen our support of artists and ensure we’re reaching the communities we hope to serve, we have paused our NEW Program grantmaking.
The SFFILM Rainin Filmmaker with Disabilities Grant, introduced in 2020, supports Bay Area-based filmmakers whose films specifically address stories from the disability community.
Working with intermediaries allows our funding to operate closer to the ground as we share power and decision-making with trusted aligned partners in the community.
We are launching the “Let’s Talk” series to address issues artists face by listening, engaging in meaningful dialogue and being more accessible and transparent, especially with those who have historically been unacknowledged by or excluded from philanthropy.
SFFILM, in partnership with the Kenneth Rainin Foundation, announced the 18 feature projects that will receive SFFILM Rainin Grants totaling $450,000
The Kenneth Rainin Foundation awarded $577,500 to 25 small and mid-sized arts organizations through our New and Experimental Works (NEW) Program.
“Of Here From There | De Aquí Desde Allá” engaged developmentally disabled artists to explore ideas of movement and migration.