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Our MISSION, is to be a catalyst for the arts and creativity in Mississippi. is to support and celebrate, Mississippi s creative and innovative spirit. Our CORE VALUES are, Objectivity and Clarity, Transparency. Collaboration, Professionalism, Cover Photograph By Tom Joynt. STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS, In order to significantly affect and enhance the arts in Mississippi in the coming years.
we have committed to pursuing the following three innovative. STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS, LIVE ABILITY, MAC will promote holistic sustainable. and attractive Mississippi communities, WORK PLACE and neighborhoods by supporting. MAC will advocate and advance Mississippi s heritage community and arts based. quality of life through, CREATIVE ECONOMY, through GRANTS. Community development partnerships, Innovative workforce development. Arts based grants and services, Comprehensive and, COMMUNITIES PARTNERSHIPS.
diverse community building MAC will invigorate, opportunities. LIFELONG LEARNING, in the arts through, Arts Education grants and programs. Evolution of the Whole Schools Initiative, Community learning strategies. Professional development opportunities, for constituents and for MAC staff. AGENCY OVERVIEW, The Mississippi Arts Commission MAC envisioned by the United States The Mississippi Arts Commission in the current economic climate is focused.
Congress in 1965 through the creation of the National Endowment for the on spending time resources and energy on professional development work. Arts and established enabled and funded in 1968 by the Mississippi Legisla shops community engagement and partnerships During the strategic plan. ture is the official grant making and service agency for the arts in the state period of 2014 through 2018 we predict a continuing climate of austerity. providing financial and technical assistance for arts programming to arts or and level or reduced funding In response MAC anticipates a shift from being. ganizations and educational institutions throughout Mississippi The principal historically grant oriented to growing and expanding its service orientation. areas addressed by the Arts Commission are community arts development to the constituency Since its creation the agency s establishing language. and arts in education Funded annually by the National Endowment for the suggests three sources of funding for the agency National Endowment for. Arts the Mississippi state legislature and private funds the Mississippi Arts the Arts grants state appropriation and contributions from private sources. Commission uses this support to carry forth its mission and continues to act. as a core and essential function of government As public funding remains level or reduced the agency will strategically. expand private sources through the Mississippi Endowment for the Arts. Community Foundation of Greater Jackson and the state network of. Community Foundations While state arts agencies are being down sized. re envisioned and reorganized MAC s strategic plan will continue to go. where the lights are on seeking conversations with those who are. currently served as well as those who are underserved and never served. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY, The strategic planning process began in October 2011 when planning Some of our key findings were. consultant Morrie Warshawski was hired to assist MAC in the 2014 2018 Mississippians value their state s unique culture and strong sense of place. Strategic Plan Warshawski who has worked extensively in Mississippi in the Constituents are committed to the value of arts education and creative. past and with MAC on its previous plan has expertise in strategic planning thinking in schools and communities. with communities arts organizations and other state arts agencies across Citizens are embracing Mississippi s Creative Economy as the sum of. all wealth generated by the state s cultural and creative enterprises. the country institutions people and places It also adds value to traditional. economic sectors like manufacturing agriculture service and tourism. while influencing where people choose to live work and learn. Our planning process has been broadly inclusive and has included a wide. The arts community understands that communication and marketing. array of survey techniques across our state Through regional public town directly affect audience participation and that diversity issues must. hall meetings in five communities one on one discovery interviews with be addressed. stakeholders in the state and listening tour surveys of diverse citizens Constituents believe that the human factor is still crucial and under. stand the power and benefits of teamwork They value MAC s ability to. we reached over 1 000 people who gave MAC open and honest feedback. assist individuals and communities to work together. regarding its programs and their needs as individual artists arts organiza. MAC s commitment to consistent professional development is significant. tions and citizens of Mississippi In addition an internet survey was to the arts and education communities. distributed to 3 000 citizens and received an impressive 27 response rate The arts community wants continued and increased clarity of MAC s. to our questions about the arts and their role in Mississippi communities resources and services especially around technology and media concepts. All documented information was subject to content analysis by MAC s arts Citizens want MAC to be successfully funded they support reinstatement. of the Building Fund for the Arts the bricks and mortar bond bill that. consultant Following review of the analysis key issues were explored gives the arts an address in communities. during a MAC board and staff retreat Information from the retreat public. As the agency enters the implementation phase of the strategic planning. meetings surveys and additional data from internal evaluations was. process these elements will be weighed against ongoing federal and state. assessed and used to form the basis for the new plan budgetary challenges and against its own set of resources both human. and fiscal to design a powerfully focused and innovative course to serve. Mississippi, GUIDING PRINCIPLES, The Mississippi Arts Commission s work is shaped by a set of PRINCIPLES that guides the agency in all circumstances. irrespective of changes in goals strategies management or type of work. They include, Championing the unique MISSISSIPPI STORY. Advocating for the value of the ARTS PLAY CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION. Including EDUCATION and LIFELONG LEARNING as a component of all grants and services. Ensuring a constant vigilance regarding EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS and maintaining. the value of BUSINESS CONTINUITY PLANNING, Pursuing ACCESS and EQUITY in all work. Supporting Mississippi s INDIVIDUAL ARTISTS, Employing ENTREPRENEURIAL THINKING.
Seeking and developing extensive PARTNERSHIPS, Engaging CREATIVE FUNDING and maintaining RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. COMMUNICATING and EDUCATING POLICYMAKERS, and the PUBLIC about the value of MAC s contribution to arts and culture. Improving and optimizing the VALUE of the HUMAN FACTOR by increasing direct service to constituents. Evaluating impact and incorporating professional PERFORMANCE MEASURES. Developing and integrating a current direction regarding INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY. ACCOMPLISHMENTS 2008 2012, In an unprecedented partnership with the Mississippi Development Authority MAC hosted quarterly visual art exhibits in its office gallery which included. MAC unveiled Mississippi s creative economy study Realizing the Economic public receptions for the artists and all state employees in the Capitol Com. Potential of Creativity in Mississippi to approximately 400 policy makers and plex as well as members of the Mississippi Legislature The exhibits promote. citizens during the Creative Economy Summit The corresponding website the outstanding work in our state and feature artists musicians and students. www mscreativeeconomy com was also launched highlighting the study and. including vignettes and resources Additionally the Mississippi Economic Poetry Out Loud a national and statewide poetry recitation competition. Council featured support of the creative economy and the concept of for high school students grew significantly in the last five years with participa. growing this innovative sector as one of its major goals in the 2011 publication tion of over 4 500 students 133 teachers 213 community members in 40. of Blueprint Mississippi different schools and continues to progress as a vital arts education initiative. Mississippi and MAC are honored and proud that the 2012 National Poetry. Mississippi Arts Hour MAC s weekly arts interview radio program Out Loud champion was a high school senior from Ridgeland. celebrated its five year anniversary of airing on the statewide network of. Mississippi Public Broadcasting The program hosted by rotating MAC staff The National Link Up Arts Education Initiative an innovative partnership. continues to feature in depth interviews and performances with Mississippi of MAC and the Mississippi Department of Education and implemented. based artists craftsmen musicians policy makers and arts supporters and to through the Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall curriculum continues to. date has 5 200 listeners per week with a gross listenership of 16 000 offer innovative music education to students in the 4th 6th grades in. schools statewide In collaboration with five symphony and community. Moving Toward the Art of Good Health MAC s statewide model pilot orchestras in Mississippi the program culminates at the end of the school year. program funded by the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation with an interactive symphony concert designed around the curriculum which. encouraged students to become physically active through the art of ballroom features the students participation Presently approximately 12 000 students. dancing The initiative includes the opportunity to learn about dance and per year benefit from the program. wellness as well as focus on teamwork manners and social skills The pro. gram grew from 1 to 10 schools participating statewide in a four year period The Culture Club a collaboration of the cultural agencies of Mississippi. which includes the Department of Archives and History the Library Commis. The Mississippi Blues Commission was created in 2004 through state sion the Mississippi Arts Commission and the Mississippi Humanities Council. legislation The Mississippi Arts Commission Executive Director is appointed was formed to address cultural needs following Hurricane Katrina It contin. through the legislation to serve on the board and currently serves as Chair ues to meet monthly and partner on cultural projects or issues statewide. man Over 150 Blues Trail markers have been erected creating a statewide The Culture Club implemented the restructuring of the Mississippi Poet Lau. Blues Trail which attracts tourists and visitors to explore Mississippi s blues reate program through state legislation Mississippi native Natasha Trethewey. culture Details found at www msbluestrail org was selected as the state s new Poet Laureate and was then appointed as the. U S Poet Laureate in 2012 Past projects include A Cultural Charrette on. The Mississippi Arts Endowment managed by the Community Foundation the Gulf Coast following Katrina and a traveling statewide exhibit featuring the. of Greater Jackson and directed by MAC s Board of Commissioners was Mississippi composer William Grant Still Future plans include development. created to provide long term private funding to support the agency s grant of The Mississippi Literary Trail and various foodways projects. programs The fund is to be used in times of specific need or in the case of. federal and or state budget challenges Creation and implementation of the Foodways Program and Culinary Arts. Apprenticeship within the MAC Heritage Department broaden and. enhance the agency s reach statewide Celebration of this living tradition. successfully embodies MAC s approach in honoring all art forms that. constitute our cultural fabric, Mississippi Arts Commission. 501 North West Street, Woolfolk Building, Jackson MS 39201.
601 359 6030 Phone, 601 359 6008 Fax, 800 582 2233 TDD. Mississippi Relay Service, www arts state ms us Publication number 865 17 SP 2013. MississippiHs creative and innovative spirit Cover Photograph By Tom Joynt STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS 2O14 2O18 In order to significantly affect and enhance the arts in Mississippi in the coming years we have committed to pursuing the following three innovative STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS LIVE ABILITY MAC will promote holistic sustainable and attractive Mississippi communities and neighborhoods

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