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The work of two Hallie Ford Fellows in the Visual Arts are included in this catalog from the Schneider Museum of Art at Southern Oregon University. Limited availability.
We Tell Ourselves Stories in Order to Live
A set of catalogs featuring the art of the 2010-2013 Hallie Ford Fellows in the Visual Arts. This set accompanied a traveling exhibition of the artists' work. They capture in photography and words how 12 accomplished Oregon visual artists pursue their respective creative practices.
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The Local Economy Solution
Growing evidence has proven that economic development's current cornerstone — incentives to attract large businesses — is a dead end. This book suggests an alternative approach: nurture a new generation of enterprises that help local businesses launch, grow and create jobs in self-financing ways. The book includes two dozen successful case studies. It also shows how the right public policy can encourage this growth at virtually no cost.
Bonnie Ford, remembered for a life of service
October 22, 2015: The Ford Family Foundation is mourning the passing of Bonnie Ford, the second wife of our founder, Kenneth Ford. Bonnie Ford was an enthusiastic supporter of all of the Foundation’s work and most especially of our scholarship students.