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Practice : Spring 2012
The BAC achieved steady philanthropic grow th in 2010 a nd 2011. Grants and donations have yielded specific generosity for ventures such a s: a student practice project in Roxbury in conjunction with the Nationa l Organization of Minority Architects Convention in Boston; Don Brown’s Journal-B ook. Designed in B oston , a bout the life a nd times of the BAC over a hundred and thirty year history (to b e published in Spring 2012); Change Order spons ored by the Nationa l Endowment for the Arts and the Angelo Donghia Foundation, the BAC’s c onferenc e convening educ ators, practitioners and accreditors to discuss how an innovative design educ ation c an better prepare the next generation of practitioners; c ontinued e xemplary funding from the Hideo Sa saki Foundation for advanc ed studios and lecture s; a nd $1.95 million from Federal, State and City grants for the Green Alley/Urban Susta inability program that ushered the BAC into ne w area s of public support. Alumni events, Honors a nd Awa rds celebrations, a rec ent Thanks-for - Giving event, a long with the C a scieri Lecture- ship in the Humanities and the AD 20/21 Gala yielded significa nt enthusiasm and record financial support for our programs. Our work is being invigorated and accomplished by staff c ollaborations acros s a ll depart- ments at the College, by the Strategic Plan, by focused de velopment efforts, ne w Department Heads, a vital curriculum plan, outreach activities, a nd engaged leadership. Peter Steffia n a nd Da na Rowa n IA Committee Co- Chairs, together with BAC Board of Trustee Cha irman Russ Feldman, Vice- Chairman Ma rc Pelletier, Cha irman of the Second Century Lega cy Society, Tad Stahl, Tony Tappé, President Ted Landsmark and I make up the advancement leadership team at this time. We are feeling proud of the BAC’s programs and confident in our ability to attract financial support in the coming yea rs. Philanthropy Report Chris Cox, Tad Stahl, Peter Steffi an, Ma rc Pelletier, Ted Landsma rk , Tony Tappé PRACTICE 55 INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT IA ] PHILANTHROPY REPORT