2021 August 2021 News

Building tech infrastructure

SMU DataArts has been selected to participate in Bloomberg Philanthropies’ $30 million Digital Accelerator Program to help cultural nonprofit programs stabilize and thrive by investing in and using technology to speed economic recovery in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

SMU DataArts, the national center for arts research based at SMU Meadows School of the Arts, is one of 46 arts organizations worldwide selected for the new $30 million Digital Accelerator Program launched July 14 by Bloomberg Philanthropies in New York.
The purpose of Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Digital Accelerator Program is to help cultural nonprofit organizations invest in and use technology to speed their economic recovery from COVID-19. The goal is to provide tools and training to help the organizations build audiences, increase fundraising, drive revenue, or continue to deliver dynamic programming virtually and in-person. The program will also support projects with the potential to benefit the broader cultural sector. In addition to funding, Bloomberg Philanthropies will provide leadership development, consulting support, and technical assistance, and share best practices with participants and the wider cultural community.
Read more at SMU Meadows.

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