Whether he was building one of the internet’s earliest social networks or championing equal rights, David Bohnett has made community a priority.
Berkman Klein event explores the early years of online platforms, the state of current platforms, and the future
The 49-year-old violinist will be honoured alongside Debbie Allen, Joan Baez, Garth Brooks and Dick van Dyke.
Fleming says he’s trying to move beyond the image of a gala to show the public connections between arts philanthropy and the public good.
Host of the new podcast Web Masters, Aaron Dinin speaks to David Bohnett in the
Henry’s passing will be mourned by MAP and thousands of others. His style was understated, but his impact and legacy are tremendous.
Managing the fight against homelessness, creating employment opportunities, and reforming law enforcement in Detroit are
The David Bohnett Foundation has announced its renewal of its partnership with the U-M Ford School of Public Policy
Over the past few months, Art + Technology Lab grant recipient Rashaad Newsome has debuted
Final, largest Gracie Mansion art exhibition of de Blasio Administration explores the connections between art, protest