Latest News

Show year:

All Years

What we can learn from early online platforms

Berkman Klein event explores the early years of online platforms, the state of current platforms, and the future

Midori to receive Kennedy Center Honors

The 49-year-old violinist will be honoured alongside Debbie Allen, Joan Baez, Garth Brooks and Dick van Dyke.

How Arts Philanthropy Changed in 2020

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.

New podcast Web Masters features GeoCities creator David Bohnett

Host of the new podcast Web Masters, Aaron Dinin speaks to David Bohnett in the

Map Mourns the Passing of Henry Van Ameringen, Early LGBTQ Equality Supporter and Philanthropic Giant

Henry’s passing will be mourned by MAP and thousands of others. His style was understated, but his impact and legacy are tremendous.

Seeing Detroit’s resilience up close during a summer of change

Managing the fight against homelessness, creating employment opportunities, and reforming law enforcement in Detroit are

Philanthropist, entrepreneur discusses U-M fellowship that aims to help students, major cities

The David Bohnett Foundation has announced its renewal of its partnership with the U-M Ford School of Public Policy

Rashaad Newsome’s “Being”—Part 2

Over the past few months, Art + Technology Lab grant recipient Rashaad Newsome has debuted

First Lady Chirlane McCray and Gracie Mansion Conservancy Announce the Opening of Catalyst: Art and Social Justice

Final, largest Gracie Mansion art exhibition of de Blasio Administration explores the connections between art, protest

Victory Institute Hosts LGBTQ Mayors During the U.S. Conference of Mayors’ Winter Meeting in DC

On Wednesday, January 22, Mayor Annise Parker, President and CEO of Victory Institute, welcomed LGBTQ