Cultural Data Project National Forum
Saturday, October 13, 2012 from 11:00 AM to 6:30 PM (EDT)
Miami Beach, FL
We’re excited to invite you to a landmark event: the Cultural Data Project’s first-ever National Forum. On October 13th, 2012 — the Saturday before the 2012 Grantmakers in the Arts Conference — the CDP National Forum will be held in Miami Beach, Florida for all task forces, participating grantmakers, and research and advocacy partners in our operating states, as well as those in states launching in 2013. Join your colleagues and CDP staff in a discussion of what the CDP means for the arts and cultural sector; how to put its resources to work for your applicants, your organization and your community; and how you would like to see the CDP evolve in the years to come.
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To register for the CDP National Forum, please contact Alison King at email@example.com or 215-575-4911.
The CDP National Forum will take place at the Eden Roc Renaissance Hotel (the same location as the GIA Conference). Reservations are now available.
Please note that registration fees are not being charged during this pilot year, and thanks to generous funder support, no state-specific funds are being put toward this event.
Additionally, The Pew Charitable Trusts makes every effort to comply with federal, state and local government ethics rules, including when hosting events. Please make sure that your participation is consistent with applicable ethics rules.
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Cultural Data Project
The CDP is a national initiative designed to empower cultural enterprise with high-quality data and resources in order to strengthen the performance, vitality, and public impact of the arts, culture, and humanities. Its powerful, online data collection and management tool allows users to track financial, operational, and programmatic performance over time and to benchmark against comparable organizations in specific disciplines, geographic regions and budget sizes. Cultural advocates, public policy makers and researchers turn to the CDP as a trusted source for reliable, longitudinal data on the sector.