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Expanding Arts & Culture

Helping museums, performing arts, libraries, cultural centers,
and symphonies reach their full potential.

Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra

Since 1930, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra (ISO) has been a leader among the city’s arts organizations that today generates $500 million in annual economic activity and employs more full-time artists than any other organization in the state. In an effort to protect and sustain this cultural icon, CCS assisted with...

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New York Hall of Science

CCS collaborated with the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) on the $50 million campaign for NYSCI: Where Minds Play. The fundraising effort focused on learning in science, technology, engineering and math for students, teachers, and families. The campaign built capacity for the museum’s nationally recognized education programs, developed innovative...

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Jazz at Lincoln Center

CCS is honored to have worked with Jazz at Lincoln Center (JALC) to build an endowment and increase revenue for operations and facilities to ensure this multi-dimensional cultural organization may continue to enrich and expand a global community for jazz for generations to come.

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Utah Symphony and Opera

Founded in 1940, the Utah Symphony has become an eminent presence in the American music scene through its distinctive performances worldwide and its well-known recording legacy. Since 1978, the Utah Opera has produced opera with artistic standards of distinction and with a fresh vibrancy — works new to Utah as...

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Crocker Art Museum

The Crocker Art Museum—the longest continuously operating museum in the West—entered into its newest phase of history with the opening of a 125,000 square-foot expansion. This development is the result of the most significant cultural philanthropic campaign ever attempted in Sacramento. CCS assisted in raising over $100 million for the...

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National Museum of African American History and Culture

On September 24, 2016, the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) held its much anticipated grand opening and dedication. Located on a five-acre site adjacent to the Washington Monument, the NMAAHC is the only national museum exclusively devoted to the documentation of African American life,...

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