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A borrower be: why the arts needs loans, not just grants

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Cathy Hunt

Philanthropists are increasingly interested in capacity building and impact investing but while small-to-mediums take advantage, a new Platform Paper says major organisations have been slow to embrace the opportunities.

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Carclew Youth Arts, a small-to-medium pioneering loan schemes to finance arts

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Cathy Hunt is a cultural strategist with an   international practice based in Brisbane, a specialist   in cultural policy, funding and financing the arts,   business planning and capacity building, and the   planning and development of new cultural facilities.