Proposal to James Irvine Foundation from Ink People Center for the Arts for the Media and Arts Resource Zone (MARZ) project, an arts and media after-school program, that works with youth to develop leadership and job skills, to improve self-esteem, and deepen community connections by focusing on the core fields of video documentary making, music, art, and creative writing.(Grant request: $50,000)
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Libby Maynard is the Executive Director of The Ink People Center for the Arts and co-founder of the organization. As well as a professional artist, she has over 30 years of nonprofit administrative experience. Her artwork has been exhibited throughout California, and is in collections across the nation. Maynard is a consultant in nonprofit management and program development. Presently, she serves on the Boards of Directors of Access Humboldt, Alliance for California Traditional Arts, & Humboldt County Workforce Investment Board. She has worked as a Program Administrator for the California State University Summer Arts Program, Executive Director of the Humboldt Arts Council, and taught at Humboldt State University, College of the Redwoods, and Pelican Bay State Prison.
- culture & humanities
- arts & culture
- fundraising / fund development
- grant proposal (foundation)