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Theo van Doesburg (b. 1883, The Netherlands, Switzerland, d. 1931) Space-time construction #3, 1923. Gouache, graphite, ink (sheet 44 x 31 cm). National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.  Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program by Penelope Seidler AM in memory of Harry Seidler AC, 2010.
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Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation
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New Haven, CT 06510
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The Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation (EHTF) funds innovative projects that advance solutions to basic and enduring problems in the fields of arts, environment and learning disabilities.

Arts Business Training Report and Listing of Free Resources Released!


In a study commissioned by EHTF, Arizona State University's Pave Program in Arts Entrepreneurship inventories business training programs and opportunities for artists outside of academic settings. How It's Being Done: Arts Business Training Across the U.S. looks at where arts business training programs exist by region, what kinds of organizations provide training, training modalities, topics, and costs among other distinctions.

LD Field Guide

EHTF has created an interactive inventory of the LD field, including publications, initiatives and documentaries that focus on LD.  Please visit the site and provide us with comments and potential additions.  We want the site to continue to grow as a resource.

Understood.org has launched!

The Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation and 14 other nonprofits have developed Understood as part of a bold new plan to support parents of children with learning and attention issues.  Through research and interviews with thousands of parents, we've learned a lot about what people need to help their children thrive in school and in life, and Understood was built with that in mind.

Here are just a few of the features we are excited about on Understood: 

Through Your Child's Eyes 

Tech Finder 

Experts Live 

Secure Parents Groups 

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