The Wagner Foundation is proud to support The Drawing Center’s hosting of Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP) workshops as part of Winter Term 2019.
The Drawing Center, located in New York City, is a nonprofit art space that focuses on the exhibition of drawings. Since its debut, The Drawing Center has not only championed underappreciated works by famous artists, but showcased drawings by lesser known, emerging artists. This unique cultural institution is a platform for new voices and ideas, […]
Congratulations to grantee ICA and ICA Teens for hosting its first national teen arts education conference this weekend. Honorable guests included 2018 National Youth Poet Laureate, Patricia Frazier. The event brought recognition to the critical role arts education plays in equipping the next generation with tools to imagine what is possible for themselves, their communities, […]
Partners in Health, a Boston-based international medical charity, has received a $15 million gift to support its work in developing nations. The gift, from the Boston-based Wagner Foundation, is the one of the largest donations in Partners in Health’s 31-year history. The organization said it would use the grant to measure its impact in reducing […]
August 1, 2018 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BOSTON – The Wagner Foundation, a private Boston-based foundation, announced today that it is supporting international medical charity Partners In Health with a $15 million grant. The award represents the largest donation to any entity in the Wagner Foundation’s 13-year history, and will enable Partners In Health to […]
The results are in and Year Up has proven the success of its model on a national stage. In the report released on June 25, 2018, by the federally sponsored “Pathways for Advancing Careers and Education” (PACE) evaluation, Year Up has demonstrated the largest earnings increase of any workforce program in the history of the […]