By Julia F. Lowell
This record, the ultimate in a sequence of 4 on country arts organizations, appears at those companies' efforts to reconsider their roles and missions, reflecting on what the adjustments could suggest for kingdom arts coverage and the constitution of kingdom arts investment. the writer bargains a view of what the long run may possibly carry for country arts enterprises and for country arts coverage if present developments and methods proceed.
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4 What risks may be associated with a transition to this future? Certainly there are some, both for the arts community and for SAAs. One clear risk is that changes in SAA grantmaking will negatively affect current grantees. If those grantees respond by complaining very loudly to state legislators—or if large numbers of them simply fail to support their SAAs at appropriations time—they could well stall the transition, perhaps even prevent it altogether. Therefore, for the transition to be successful, SAAs must convince a substantial number of their grantees that change is necessary, desirable, and inevitable.
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