podcast Interview

Compton Foundation Art as a Strategy for Change

In May of 2013, Ann McQueen wrote a “funder portrait” for Animating Democracy featuring the Compton Foundation. This portrait is part of a series of brief papers and podcast interviews featuring funders who are supporting arts and culture as a creative strategy to achieve community building and development goals, civic engagement, or social justice goals. It explores how the Compton Foundation supports the arts, including individual artists and filmmakers, with the explicit intention of amplifying critical issues in a way that blends the personal, political, emotional, and intellectual.
View the full portrait
•Listen to a podcast interview by Ann McQueen with the Compton Foundation’s Executive Director, Ellen Friedman, and Program Director, Jennifer Sokolove
•View the profile for the Moxie Institute

 

Grantee Facts

Name:
Georgetown University Institute for Women, Peace, and Security

Project Name:
Profiles in Peace Oral Histories Project

Amount Granted:
$100,000