ASSEMBLY 2008 PROCEEDINGS
September 11-13, 2008
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- National Standard Training:
- What Do the Numbers Tell You? Learning to Look at Financial Statements:
- Course Outline
- Handout 1 – What Account Goes Where
- Handout 2 – Audit Scavenger Hunt
- Handout 3 – The Missing Link
- Handout 4 – Multi-Year Grant Example
- Handout 5 – Ratio Worksheet
- Reading 1 – What Financial Statements Are Nonprofits Required to Issue?
- Reading 2 – What Is Cash Flow and How Should We Manage It?
- Reading 3 – The Problem with Nonprofit Accounting Rules
- Reading 4 – How Do We Interpret Our Financial Statements?
- Reading 5 – Understanding Financial Statements
- Reading 6 – Spinning the Numbers – Understanding and Using NPO Financials
- Reading 7 – Nonprofit Performance Measurement – Use & Misuse of Ratio Analysis
- Sample Audit – Playtime Art Center Audit Report
- Accessibility Coordinators
- Arts Education Managers Professional Development Institute
- Chairs and Council Members
- Community Development
- Deputy and Assistant Directors
- Executive Directors
- Folk/Traditional Arts
- Grants and Fiscal Services
- Individual Artists
Sponsored by The Wallace Foundation
- Art and Religion
- Artist Space Development
- Arts Learning: A Critical Factor in Arts Participation
- Assessing Grantees’ Fiscal Health
- Collaborative Economic Revitalization: The Chattanooga Story (large .pdf file)
- Creative Communities: Creating a Supportive Climate for Artists, Part II
- Engaging Grantees in Arts Advocacy:
- In Case of Emergency. . .
- Information with Impact
- Legislative Committees for the Arts
- Older Adults Matter to State Arts Agencies
- Regional Arts Organizations
- Strengthening Rural Arts Participation
- Value Plus Schools
- Achieving a Quantum Leap: Positioning Your Agency for Resource Growth
- Engaging Art: What’s the Public Sector Role?
- Helping Artists Find and Keep Health Care
- Intrinsic Benefits: Understanding and Assessing Transformative Arts Experiences
- Introduction to Public Value
- Make the Most of Focus Groups