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Unit 9: Storytelling as Venture Philanthropy

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UK Arts Administration

on 14 February 2018

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Transcript of Unit 9: Storytelling as Venture Philanthropy

Venture Philanthropist as Storyteller
Parts of the Story
The Danger of a Single Story
"The Danger of a Single Story" by Chimamanda Adichie
Unit 9: Storytelling as Venture Philanthropy
Final Project Assignment Parts
Part of the Story
Part 1: Choose the Context
Setting: The setting is the location of the action.
Part 2: Name the Rhetorical Situation
Characters: The characters are the individuals that the story is about.
Part 3: Envision the Theory
Plot: The plot is the actual story around which the entire book is based.
Conflict: Every story has a conflict to solve.
Resolution: The solution to the problem is the way the action is resolved.
Venture Philanthropy
Private Investment = PUBLIC Good
Venture philanthropy is not defined; it is told.
The Roger Federer Foundation
"I am tomorrow's future."
Creative Capital
"I am innovative and adventurous."
Social Venture Partners | Seattle
"I connect passion and purpose."
Further exploration of storytelling
Andrew Stanton | The clues to a great story
Elif Shafak | The politics of fiction
Chris Abani | Telling stories from Africa
“Power is the ability not just to tell the story of another person, but to make it the definitive story of that person.”
1. In what ways has venture philanthropy and its history, flattened the stories of
who can
be a venture philanthropist?

2. In what ways have you, as a person in the arts, flattened the stories of
who should
be a venture philanthropist?
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