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Chapter 6 Notes

53. Craig Dreeszen, “Strategic Planning: Helping Arts Organizations Find Their Way,” in Fundamentals of Arts Management, ed. Craig Dreeszen, (Amherst, MA: Arts Extension Service, University of Massachusetts, 2003), 49.
54. Pam Korza, with Denise Boston-Moore, “Program Development: Connecting Art with Audiences,” in Fundamentals of Arts Management, ed. Dreeszen, 118.
55. W. K. Kellogg Foundation Evaluation Handbook (Battle Creek, MI: W. K. Kellogg Foundation, 1998), 21.
56. Martha Haarbauer, Seasoned Theatre: A Guide to Creating and Maintaining a Senior Adult Theatre (Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 2000), 6.
57. Wikipedia, s.v. “SWOT Analysis,” en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SWOT_analysis.
58. Dreeszen, “Strategic Planning,” 53.
59. Ibid., 49.
60. Rowe and Kahn, Successful Aging, 138.
61. Ibid., 137-38.
62. Renya T. H. Larson, A Stage for Memory: A Guide to the Living History Theater Program of Elders Share the Arts (Brooklyn, NY: National Center for Creative Aging, 2004), 32.
63. Andrea Sherman and Marsha B. Weiner, Transitional Keys—A Guidebook: Rituals to Improve Quality of Life for Older Adults (Dobbs Ferry, NY: Transitional Keys, 2004), 18.
64. Barry B. Bittman and others, “Testing the Power of Music-Making,” Provider, November 2004.
65. Perlstein and Bliss, Generating Community, 25.
66. Gene D. Cohen, The Mature Mind: The Positive Power of the Aging Brain (New York: Basic Books, 2005), 48.
67. Basting and Killick, Arts and Dementia Care, 20.
68. Larson, Stage for Memory, 9.
69. Perlstein and Bliss, Generating Community, 43.
70. Basting and Killick, Arts and Dementia Care, 30.
71. Thomas E. Backer, Partnership as an Art Form: What Works and What Doesn’t in Nonprofit Arts Partnerships, report on a study conducted for the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation (Encino, CA: Human Interaction Research Institute, November 2002), 4-5.
72. Ibid., 12.
73. Stephanie Golden, with Susan Perlstein, Legacy Works: Transforming Memory into Visual Art—A Program for Older Adults (Brooklyn, NY: National Center for Creative Aging and Elders Share the Arts, 2002), 9.
74. Chris Walker, Arts and Non-Arts Partnerships: Opportunities, Challenges, and Strategies (Washington, DC and New York: Urban Institute and Wallace Foundation, 2004), 10; wallacefoundation.org
75. Adapted from Basting and Killick, The Arts and Dementia Care, 21-22.

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Appendix 1:
SWOT Analysis

Template Program Logic Model

Sample Program Logic Model

Appendix 2:
Project Timeline Formula and Curriculum Planning Format

Appendix 3: Fundraising Tools
Kairos Dance Theatre Brochure

New Horizons Budget

Kairos Dance Theatre Support Letters (1) (2)

Funding Proposal (Stagebridge)

Appendix 4: Marketing Tools
New Horizons Music Brochure