Grants for the Arts: A Fourteen Year Review

*see tables below this article

In FY 2002-03, Grants for the Arts (GFTA), San Francisco's largest arts funding agency, had an annual budget of $15,500,000. The attached charts track the agency's allocations to non-profit arts organizations over the past fourteen years. GFTA’s funding patterns reflect culturally inequitable results, year after year.

Despite the dramatic population shifts the City has experienced over the past twenty years--and the vast demographic changes anticipated during the coming two decades--little or nothing seems to change at Grants for the Arts. Fourteen years ago, arts organizations rooted in communities of color received 11.1% of the agency's allocations. Today, although these communities comprise the majority of San Francisco's residents, they receive only 14.6 % of GFTA funding. At the agency's current rate of change (3.5 % every fourteen years), it will take GFTA more than 140 years to achieve the City's stated goal of cultural equity.

To compile the information reflected in the statistical charts, I employed the same classification system used by the NEA's former Expansion Arts Program, the California Arts Council's Multicultural Programs and the San Francisco Arts Commission's Cultural Equity Grants Program. To qualify for these three arts agencies' funds, an organization must meet the standard of being "firmly rooted in a community:" i.e., the organization's board members, staff and artistic programs must reflect a community's experience and traditions. To be considered a Latino arts organization, for example, the majority of the Board and staff must be comprised of Latinos and present programs with Latino content.

The charts' three columns reflect three distinct historical moments. The first column (FY 88-89) reflects Grants for the Arts' funding patterns at the beginning of the period following Diane Feinstein's nine years as Mayor. The middle column reflects the state of the agency at the end of former Mayor Frank Jordan's term. The differences between the second and third columns track the agency's allocations during the Willie Brown era, when GFTA's funding patterns have remained virtually unchanged.

The charts reveal that arts organizations rooted in San Francisco's African American, Asian/Pacific, Latino, Native American, Queer and women's communities currently receive approximately 20% of GFTA funds, even though these population groups comprise the vast numerical majority of the City's residents and taxpayers. According to the 2000 Census, 44% of San Francisco's residents are white, 31% are Asian/Pacific Islanders, 14% are Latinos, 8% are African Americans and the remaining are "mixed race" or Native American.

In 2002-03, GFTA awarded $300,000 more to the San Francisco Symphony than the agency allocated to all Asian/Pacific non-profit arts organizations combined. Even though Asian/Pacific Islanders comprise well over 30% of the City's population, the community's arts organizations received only 5% of GFTA's funds. Over the years, the agency's consistently minimal levels of support has inhibited the growth of an Asian/Pacific non-profit organizational infrastructure with the capacity to provide space, financial and technical resources to the large and extraordinarily talented Asian American segment of the City's cultural landscape.

In FY2002-03, GFTA awarded the Exploratorium more dollars than it did to the entire Latino non-profit arts community. Latino arts groups currently receive an even smaller percentage of GFTA funding (less than 4%) than they did in 1988, despite the fact that almost a million Latinos reside in the Bay Area who represent potential visitors to San Francisco.

Last year, GFTA provided $52,000 to two different music ensembles that only perform the music of Bach; the agency awarded a grand total of $36,700 to the entire Lesbian arts community, currently the most innovative and vibrant segment of the City's contemporary arts scene. GFTA gave more dollars to the San Francisco Ballet than to the LGBT arts community combined and awarded approximately the same amounts to the Museum of Modern Art and to the African American arts community. The San Francisco Opera alone received more than 8% of GFTA's grant monies ($930,000).

GFTA's approach produces at least two problematic outcomes. First, it contributes to public perceptions of the arts as expensive social activities reserved for the well-bred and the well-fed instead of as a force for building a creative, financially healthy and culturally diverse San Francisco. Second, GFTA's statistics reflect the absence of any demographic-based long-term strategy to promote the City's future economic development as a tourist and visitor destination.

By operating on outdated demographic assumptions, GFTA perpetuates the patently absurd notion that 80% of the City's current and future visitors are--and will continue to be--white and straight. GFTA's allocations fail to recognize the obvious: that the City's diverse cultures and its different lifestyles are what attract tourists here--both from near and afar.

The Hotel Tax was originally imposed in 1961 to generate revenues that would be re-invested in activities that develop the City's tourism industry. This strategy has worked; over the past 40 years tourism has indeed evolved into San Francisco's number one industry and its largest employment sector. Tourism supports over 200,000 jobs in San Francisco's hotel, restaurant, entertainment and arts fields.

But the demographics of the tourists and visitors the City is trying to attract have changed substantially over the past fifteen years and will continue changing over the next two decades. GFTA's failure to invest in San Francisco's economic future is clearly demonstrated by its lack of support for the City's lesbian arts community. Although lesbian artists are currently generating a vast quantity of innovative and totally original work in every arts discipline, in 2002-03, GFTA awarded only three grants to lesbian arts groups (Luna/Sea, Sister Spit and Purple Moon) totaling $36,400--or 0.03% of its annual awards. Surely, lesbian tourists and visitors contribute more than 0.03% to San Francisco's hotel tax revenues on the night of the Dyke March alone!

The centrality of tourism to the City's economic health has been clearly demonstrated by the current recession. The City needs to creatively rethink how it can more effectively utilize municipal funds to culturally diversify its regional, statewide, national and international tourist bases. After all, well over 75% of the visitors who attend San Francisco arts events reside in the Bay Area's nine counties, where people of color will soon become the majority of the population. People of color are already the majority of California's residents. Since approximately three-quarters of the world's population is not white, people of color also represent San Francisco's international tourist base of tomorrow.

The hardest weekend to find a San Francisco hotel room is the weekend of San Francisco's annual Pride Parade and the Dyke March. The millions of Lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgenders who live everywhere in the world are already a significant component of the City's tourist base: many of them are people of color too.

Jeff Jones
June 10, 2003

TABLE I









Fourteen Year Overview of Grants for the Arts' Annual Allocations to Nonprofit Arts Groups
Multicultural FY 1988-89 % FY 1992-93 % FY 1996-97 % FY 2000-01 % FY2002-03 %
Asian/ Pacific Island $187,000 3.00% $214,000 2.70% $292,100 3.38% $568,900 5.00% $640,400 5.41%
African American $239,000 3.80% $328,000 4.20% $387,300 4.50% $631,500 5.60% $572,100 4.83%
Latino $248,00 4.00% $344,000 4.40% $397300 4.60% $504200 4.50% $457,100 3.86%
Native American $21,600 0.30% $32,500 0.40% $46,400 0.50% $71,500 0.60% $61,900 0.52%











TOTAL MULTICULTURAL $695,600 11.10% 918,900 11.70% 1,123,100 12.98% 1,776,100 15.70% 1,731,500 14.62%











Women's $63,700 1.00% $107,600 1.40% $146,900 1.60% $253,250 2.20% $229,600 1.94%
LGBT $96,000 1.50% $152,000 1.90% $230,350 2.50% $471,700 4.40% $555,500 4.68%











TOTAL to MULTICULTURAL, LGBT and WOMEN;S GROUPS

$855,300 13.60% $1,178,500 15% $1,500,350 17.08% $2,501,050 22.30% $2,516,600 21.24%











The Six Large Budget Groups $3,094,000 49.20% $3,365,500 42.70% $3,506,200 40.60% $3,832,000 34.10% $3,892,000 32.87%











Small/Midsize Groups White Groups $2,344,400 37.20% $3,334,600 42.30% $3,637,100 42.32% $4,971,500 43.600% $5,436,900 45.89%











GRAND TOTAL $6,293,700 100% $7,878,600 100% $8,643,650 100% $11,304,550 100% $11,845,500 100%


TABLE II
How Grants for the Arts Has Allocated New Money Since FY 1988-89

FY 1988-1989 FY 1992-1993 FY 1996-97 FY 2000-01 FY20002-03 GAIN %
Large Budget White $3,094,000 $3,365,500 $3,506,200 $3,832,000 $3,892,000 $798,000 14.37%
Small/Mid-size White $2,344,400 $3,330,600 $3,583,500 $4,971,500 $5,436,900 $3,092,500 55.77%
Multicultural $695,600 $922,900 $1,121,300 $1,776,100 $1,731,500 $1,035,900 18.58%
Lesbian/Gay/Bi/ Trans $96,000 $152,000 $230,350 $471,700 $555,500 $459,500 8.28%
Women's $63,700 $107,000 $146,900 $253,250 $229,600 $165,900 3.00%








TOTAL $6293700 $7,878,600 $8,643,650 $11,304,550 $11,845,500 $5,551,800 100%


TABLE III
Grants for the Arts' Annual Allocations and Percentages to Multicultural Arts Organizations











1. Museums/Media/Visual FY 1988-89 % FY 1992-93 % FY 1996-97 % FY 2000-01 % FY 2002-03 %
* total allocations $1,372,700
$1,873,900
$2,010,900
$2,590,900
$2,590,100
* non-multicultural groups $1,104,200 80.40% $1,530,700 81.70% $1,644,500 81.50% $2,083,200 80.40% 2,590,100 79.84%
* multicultural groups $268,500 19.60% $343,200 18.30% 366,400 18.50% 507,700 19.60% 0 20.16%











Multicultural Visual/Media Arts Groups












FY 1988-89
FY 1992-93
FY 1996-97
FY 2000-01
FY 2002-03
African Amer. History & Culture $40,000
$46,600
$48,900
$50,000
$47,500
American Indian Contem. Arts $18,000
$25,000
$28,300
$39,000
$17,300
American Indian Film Festival $3,600
$7,500
$18,100
$32,500
$44,600
Arab Film Festival $0


0


$9,600
Chinese Cultural Foundation $75,000
$85,000.00
$89,300
$98,000
$98,000
Chinese Historical Society $4,600
$0
$0
$35,00
$35,000
Cine Accion $5,800
$6,000
$7,700
$15,00
$15,000
Galeria de la Raza $30,000
$40,000
$42,000
$46,200
$48,000
La Raza Graphics Center $12,000
$27,500
$0
0
0
National Asian American Telecom. $4,500
$14,600
$23,500
4$7,000
$67,000
Mexican Museum $75,000
$91,000
$95,600
$101,000
$101,000
Precita Eyes Mural Art Center $0
$0
$13,000
$36,500
$39,100
subtotal $268,500
$343,200
$366,400
$507,700
$522,100











2. Multicultural Dance FY 1988-89 % FY 1992-93
FY 1996-97 % FY 2000-01
FY 2002-03
* total allocations $890,500
$1,086,700
$1,263,300
$1,637,200
$1,714,600
* to non-multicultural groups $837,500 94.05% $961,000 88.40% $1,108,600 87.20% $1,322,300 80.20% $1,401,300 81.73
* to multicultural groups $53,000 5.95% $125,700 11.60% $154,700 12.80% $314,900 19.80% $313,300 18.27
Multicultural Dance Groups










FY 1988-89
FY 1992-93 % FY 1996-97
FY 2000-01 % FY 2002-03
Theatre Flamenco $17,000
$21,000
$15,800
$18,000
$18,000
Lines Dance Company $9,000
$29,400
$52,000
$70,500
$85,000
Rosa Montoya Flamenco $12,000
$15,600
$19,800
$26,000
0
Asian American Dance Perf. $15,000
$20,000
$21,000
$24,000
$24,000
Chinese Folk Dance $0
$4,000
$4,200
$8,000
$7,500
Chinese Cultural Productions $0
$8,000
$13000
$35,000
$44,000
Zaccho $0
$9,000
$13,600
$35,000
$36,900
CA Contemporary Dancers 0
0
$1,900
$7,000
$11,500
Pearl Ubungen Dancers 0
0
$4,400
$26,000
0
Robert Henry Johnson 0
0
$9,000
0
0
Na Lei Hulu I Ka Wekiu 0
0
0
$16,400
$31,100
Palabuniyan 0
0
0
$14,000
$14,100
Robert Moses Kin 0
0
0
$8,000
$10,000
SF Butoh Festival 0
0
0
$13,000
$13,200
Yaelisa/ Caminos Flamencos 0
0
0
$14,000
$18,000

$53,000
$107,000
$154,700
$314,900
$313,300






















3. Multicultural Music Groups FY 1988-89 % FY 1992-93 % FY 1996-97 % FY 2000-01 % FY 2002-03
* total allocations $2,189,600


$2,762,550

$3,568,100
* to non-multicultural groups $2,156,600 98.5

$2,694,150 97.5

$3,435,600 96.29%
* to multicultural groups 33,000 1.5%

$68,400 2.5

$132,500 3.71%
Multicultural Music Groups










FY 1988-89
FY 1992-93 % FY 1996-97
FY 2000-01 % FY 2002-03
Asian Performing Arts $15,000
$0
$0
0
0
San Francisco Taiko Dojo $13,000
$0
$19,700
$29,000
$33,300
Asian Improv Arts $0
$4,000
$7,000
$21,60
$2,7700
Sukay $0
$13,400
$22,000
0
0
SF Gu-Zheng Music Society 0
0
$3,200
$6,00
$6,000
Jon Jang Performances 0
0
0
$8,300
$12,200
Melody of China 0
0
0
$17,000
$22,000
Encuentro Del Canto Popular $5,000
$6,900
$7,200
$15,000
$14,300
Instituto Pro Musica de California 0
0
$9,300
$17,000
$17,000
subtotal $33,000 $6,900
$68,400
$32,000
$132,500











4. Theater/Literary FY 1988-89 % FY 1992-93 % FY 1996-97 % FY 2000-01 %

* total allocations $986,200
$1,142,200
$1,364,30
$1,775,150
$1,676,200
* to non-multicultural groups $909,500 92.20% $1,101,10 88.40% $1,228,500 88.60% 1,550,550 83.50% $1,447,600 86.40%
* to multicultural groups $76,700 7.80% $132,100 11.60% $135,800 11.40% $224,600 16.50% $228,600 13.60%
Multicultural Theater and Literary Groups




















Theatre of Yugen $3,700
$13,400
$14,100
$27,600
$30,700
Teatro de la Esperanze $7,000
$18,000
$19,900
v25,000
$25,000
Lorraine Hansberry Theatre $40,000
$55,000
$57,800
$66,000
$66,000
Bay View Repertory Theatre $5,000
$0
0
0
0
Asian American Theatre Company $21,000
$40,000
$40000
$41,000
$41,000
Teatro ng Tanan $0
$5,700
$4,000
0
0
Afro Solo Theatre Company 0
0
0
$10,000
$9,500
Campo Santo 0
0
0
$5,000
$8,400
First Voice 0
0
0
$22,000
$24,000
La Pocha Nostra 0
0
0
$28,000
$24,000
subtotal $76,700
$132,100
$135,800
$224,600
$228,600











5. Multi-Arts FY 1988-89 % FY 1992-93 % FY 1996-97 % FY 2000-01 % FY 2002-03
* total allocations $855,500
$1,211,400
$1,242,600
$1,881,800
$2,093,100
* to non-multicultural groups $590,300 69.03% $917,800
$846,600 55.46% $1,238,300 55.50% $1,558,100 74.44%
* to multicultural groups $265,200 30.97% $312,300 24.20% $396,000 44.54% $643,500 44.50% $535,000 25.56%











Multicultural Multi-Arts Groups









Mission Cultural Center $85,000
$105,000
$139,100
$150,000
$106,000
Bayview Opera House $46,000
$56,700
$59,500
$150,000
$106,000
Western Addition Cultural Center $75,000
$90,000
$94,500
$150,000
$106,000
Likha Productions $5,000
$0
0
0
0
Society for Art Pubs. Of America $0
$0
$5,900
$7,500
$23,300
Persona Grata Productions 0
0
$11,700
$17,000
$8,500
Kulintang Arts $9,200
$0
$6,900
$15,000
$15,000
Pear Garden in the West $10,000
$0
0
0
0
Kearney Street Workshop $11,000
$13,00
$12,300
$20,000
$20,000
Wajumbe Cultural Institute $14,000
$18,700
$19,600
$33,000
$29,700
Cultural Odyssey $10,000
$18,000
$25,000
$40,000
$50,000
509 Cultural Center $0
$4,600
$7,400
$19,000
$25,500
Eth-No-Tec Creations $0
$6,300
$14,100
$26,000
$26,000
Asian Pacific Islander Cult. Center 0
0
0
$16,000
$19,000
subtotals $265,200
$312,300
$396,000
$643,500
$535,000






















Grand Totals* FY 1988-89 % FY 1992-93 % FY 1996-97 % FY 2000-01 % FY 2002-03
TO ALL MULTICULTURAL GROUPS $696,400 11.10% $918,900 11.70% $1,121,300 13.60% $2,053,100 18.20% $1,731,500 14.62%
TO WHITE GROUPS $5,598,100 88.90% $6,959,700 88.30% $7,522,350 86.40% $9,241,450 81.80% $10,114,000 85.38%
TO ALL GROUPS $6,294,500 100% $7,878,600 100% $8,643,650 100% $11,294,550 100% 11,845,50 100.00%
* This accounting is only for nonprofit arts organizations and does not include parades, street fairs, promotional groups, or administrative costs.


TABLE IV

Grants for the Arts' Annual Allocations to LGBT and Women's Arts Organizations











1. Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/ Transgender Groups FY 1988-89 % FY 1992-93 % FY 1996-97 % FY 2000-01 % FY2002-03 %
* total to all groups $6,294,500
$7,878,600
$9,393,850
$11,276,050
$11,845,500
* non-lesbian/gay/Bi/Trans groups $6,198,500 98.50% $7,726,600 98.10% $9,163,500 97.50% $10,804,350 95.60% $11,290,000 95.32%
* LGBT groups $96,000 1.50% $152,000 1.90% $230,350 2.50% $471,700 4.40% $555,500 4.68%











LESBIAN/GAY GROUPS









Frameline $15,000
$34,400
$39,800
$67,000
$77,000
Golden Gate Performing Arts $18,000
$17,700
$31,750
$52,000
$64,000
Jon Sims Center $18,00
$23,400
$18,500
$28,800
$45,000
Theatre Rhinoceros $42,000
$50,600
$53,100
$62,000
$75,000
Lesbian/Gay Chorus $3,000
$6,600
$9,400
$12,900
$14,500
Names Project $0
$19,300
$20,700
$22,000
0
Visual Aid: Artists for AIDS Relief $0
$0
$18,500
$25,000
$25,000
Joe Goode Performance Group 0
0
$28,100
$40,000
$40,000
Purple Moon Dance Project 0
0
$4,800
$10,000
$10,000
Anne Bluthenthal and Dancers 0
0
$5,700
$12,000
$12,000
Golden Gate Men's Chorus 0
0
0
$8,000
$10,300
Gay and Lesbian Historical Society $0
$0
0
$25,000
$42,800
Scott Wells & Dancers 0
0
0
$5,000
$10,300
Sister Spit 0






$8,700
New Conservatory Theatre 0
0
0
$59,000
$70,400
848 Community Center 0
0
0
$13,000
$13,000
Harvey Milk Institute 0
0
0
$10,000
$10,00
Queer Cultural Center 0
0
0
$20,000
$27,500
subtotals $96,000
$152,000
$230,350
$471,700
$555,500










2. Women's Groups FY 1988-89 % FY 1992-93 % FY 1996-97 % FY 2000-01 % FY 2002-03
* total to all groups $6,294,500
$7,878,600
$8,643,650
FY 2000-01
$11,845,50
* non-women's groups $6,230,900 99.00% $7,771,000 98.60% $8,496,750 98.40% #VALUE! 97.80% $11,615,900 98.06%
* women's groups $63,700 1.00% $107,600 1.40% $146,900 1.60% $253,250 2.20% $229,600 1.94%











WOMEN'S









S.F. Girl's Chorus $42,000
$51,000
$60300
$74,600
$79,300
Women's Philharmonic $17,000
$46,400
$48,700
$60,000
0
Brava! for Women in the Arts $0
$10,200
$33,400
$67,000
$82,000
Flyaway Productions 0
0
0
$7,000
$7,300
N. California Women in Film $4,700
$0
$0
0
0
Aunt Lute Books $0
$0
$4,500
0
0
Dance Brigade 0
0
0
$17,000
$35,000
Deborah Slater Dance Co. 0
0
0
$8,000
$8,000
Working Women's Theatre 0
0
0
$7,650
0
Luna Sea 0
0
0
$12,000
$18,000
subtotals $63,700
$107,600
$146,900
$253,250
$229,600


TABLE V
Grants for the Arts Annual Allocations to Six Large Budget White Arts Orgs.

FY 1988-89 % FY 1992-93 % FY 1996-97 % FY 2000-01 % FY2002-03 %
* total to all groups $6,294,500
$7,878,600
8,643,650
11,304,55
11,845,500
* small/mid-size groups $3,200,500 50.80% $4,513,100 51.30% $5,137,45 59.40% $7,472,55 65.90% $7,953,500 67.20%
* big budget groups $3,094,000 49.20% $3,365,500 42.70% $3,506,200 40.60% $3,832,000 34.10% $3,892,000 32.80%
BIG BUDGET WHITE GROUPS FY 1988-89
FY 1992-93 % FY 1996-97
FY 2000-01 % FY2002-03
S.F. Opera $780,000
$847,700
$867,700
$928,000
$938,000
S.F. Ballet $415,000
$450,900
$495,900
$550,000
$560,000
American Conserv. Theatre $374,00
$409,800
$420,000
$465,000
$475,000
Exploratorium $366,000
$397,700
$407,400
$452,000
$462,000
S.F. Symphony $744,000
$808,500
$828,000
$889,000
$899,000
S.F. Museum of Modern Art $415,000
$450,900
$487,200
$548,000
$558,000

$3,094,000
$3,365,500
$3,506,200
$3,832,000
$3,892,000













TABLE VI
"Grants for the Arts Annual Allocations and Percentages to Asian American, African American,
Latino and Native American Arts Organizations"











1. Asian American Groups FY 1988-89 % FY 1992-93 % FY 1996-97 % FY 2000-01 % 2002-03 %
* total allocations $6,294,500
$7,878,600
$8,643,650
$11,276,050
$11,845,500
* total to Asian American Groups $187,000 3.00% $214,000 2.70% $292,100 3.80% $563,900 5.00% $640400 5.41%
ASIAN AMERICAN GROUPS









Chinese Culture Foundation $75,000
$85,000
$89,300
$98,000
$98,000
Chinese Historical Society $4,600
$0
$0
35,000
$35,000
National Asian Amer. Telecom. $4,500
$14,600
$23,500
$47,000
$67,000
Asian American Dance Collective $15,000
$20,000
$21,000
$24,000
$24,000
Kulintang Arts $9,200
$0
$6,900
$15,000
$15,000
Asian Performing Arts $15,000
$0
$0
0
0
San Francisco Taiko Dojo $13,000
$0
$19,700
$29,000
$33,300
Theatre of Yugen $3,700
$13,400
$14,100
$27,600
$30,700
Asian American Theatre Comp. $21,00
$40,000
$41,800
$41,000
$41,000
Likha Productions $5,000
$0
$0
0
0
Pear Garden in the West $10,00
$0
$0
0
0
Kearney Street Workshop $11,000
$13,000
$12,300
$20,000
$20,000
Chinese Folk Dance 0
$4,000
$4,200
$8,000
$7,500
Chinese Cultural Productions 0
$8,000
$13000
$35000
$44,000
Eth-No-Tec Creations 0
$6,300
$14,100
$26,000
$26,000
Theatre ng Tanan 0
$5,700
$4,000
0
0
Persona Grata Productions 0
0
$11,700
$17,000
$8,500
Pearl Ubungeb Dance and Music 0


$4,400


0
Asian Improv Arts 0
$4,000
$7,000
$21,600
$27,700
California Contemporary Dancers 0
0
$1,900
$7,000
$11,500
Na Lei Hulu I Ka Wekiu 0
0
0
$16,400
$31,100
Palabuniyan 0
0
0
$14,000
$14,100
SF Butoh Festival 0
0
0
$13,000
$13,200
SF Gu-Zheng Music Society 0
0
$3,200
$6,000
$6,000
First Voice 0
0
0
$22,000
$24,000
Jon Jang Performances 0
0
0
$8,300
$12,200
Arab Film Festival 0


0


$9,600
Melody of China 0
0
0
$17,000
$22,000
Asian Pacific Islander Cult. Center 0
0
0
$16,000
$19,000

$187,000
$214,000
$292,100
$563,900
$640,400











2. African American Groups FY 1988-89 % FY 1992-93 % FY 1996-97 % FY 2000-01 % FY2002-03
* total allocations $6,294,500
$7,878,600
$8,643,650
$11,276,050
$11,845,500
* total to Black arts groups $239,000 3.80% $328,000 4.20% $387,300 4.50% $631,500 5.60% $572100 4.83%
AFRICAN AMERICAN GROUPS









African American Hist. And Cult. $40,000
$46,600
$48,900
$50,000
$47500
Wajumbe Cultural Institution $14,000
$18,700
$19,600
$33,000
$29700
Lines Dance Company $9,000
$29,400
$52,000
$70,500
$85000
Cultural Odyssey $10,000
$18,000
$25,000
$40,000
$50000
Lorraine Hansberry Theatre $40,000
$55,000
$57,800
$66,000
$66000
Bay View Repertory Theatre $5,000
$0
$0
0
0
509 Cultural Center $0
$4,600
$7,400
$19,000
$25500
Zaccho $0
$9,000
$13,600
$35,000
$36900
Bayview Opera House $46,000
$56,700
$59,500
$150000
$106000
Af. Amer Art and Cult. Complex $75,000
$90,000
$94,500
$150000
$106000
Robert Henry Johnson 0
0
9,000
0
0
Robert Moses Kin 0
0
0
$8,000
$10000
Afro Solo Theatre Company 0
0 0
$10,000
$9500
subtotals $239,000
$328,000
$387,300
$631,500
$572100











3. Latino Groups FY 1988-89 % FY 1992-93 % FY 1996-97 % FY 2000-01 % FY2002-03 %
* total allocations $6,294,500
$7,878,600
$8,643,650
$11,276,05
$11,845,500
* total to Latino groups $248,800 4.00% $344,400 4.40% $397,300 4.60% $504,200 4.50% "$457,100" 3.86%
LATINO GROUPS









Cine Accion $5,800
$6,000
$7,700
$15,000
$15,000
Galeria de la Raza $30,000
$40,000
$42,000
$46,200
$48,000
La Raza Graphics Center $12,000
$27,500
0
0
0
Mexican Museum $75,000
$91,000
$95,600
$101,000
$101,000
Theatre Flamenco v17,000
$21,000
$15,800
$18,000
$18,000
Encuentro Del Canto Popular $5,000
$6,900
$7,200
$15,000
$14,300
Rosa Montoya Bailes Flamenco $12,000
$15,600
$19,800
$26,000
0
Teatro de la Esperanza $7,000
$18,000
$19,900
$25,000
$25,000
Mission Cultural Center $85,000
$105,000
$139,100
$150,000
$106,000
Sukay 0
$13,400
$22,000
0
0
Precita Eyes Mural Art Center 0
0
$13,000
$36,500
$39,100
Society for Art Pubs. Of America 0
0
$5,900
$7,500
$23,300
Yaelisa and Caminos Flamencos 0
0
0
$14,000
$18,000
Instituto Pro Musica de California 0
0
$9,300
$17,000
$17,000
Campo Santo 0
0
0
$5,000
$8,400
La Pocha Nostra 0
0
0
$28,00
$24,000
subtotal $248,800
$344,400 $397,300 $504,200
457,100











4. Native American Groups FY 1988-89 % FY 1992-93 % FY 1996-97 % FY 2000-01 % FY2002-03
* total allocations $6,294,500
$7,878,600
$8,643,650
$11,276,050
$11,845,50
* total Native American groups $21,600 0.30% $32,500 0.40% $46,400 0.50% $71,500 0.60% $61,900 0.52
NATIVE AMERICAN GROUPS









American Indian Contempory Arts $18,000
$25,000
$28,300
$39,000
$17,300
American Indian Film Festival $3,600
$7,500
$18,100
$32,500
$44,600

$21,600
$32,500
$46,400
$71,500
$61,900