Philanthropy, resilience and the arts: In conversation with Lucia Patuzzi of Philea

Online. 21 February 2024

As multiple crises have unfolded in recent years, the arts and culture sector has been among the most damaged financially. At the same time, its value to society throughout these crises has been undoubtedly clear.

We’re looking forward to welcoming Lucia Patuzzi, Senior Knowledge Development Manager of Philea, on February 21 at 16:00 CET. Lucia will present the latest research into European philanthropic funding in the field of arts and culture, and how the philanthropic sector is strongly committed to resourcing artistic and cultural organisations to strengthen their resilience. 

About Lucia Patuzzi

Lucia has worked for Philea (formerly the European Foundation Centre) since 2012. Her work involves collecting and analysing data from Philea members and the broader European philanthropic sector. Her most recent research reports include “Child and Youth Participation in Philanthropy” in 2022, and “Arts & Culture at the Core of Philanthropy, Volume 2” in 2023. 

About Philea – Philanthropy Europe Association

With individual philanthropies and national-level infrastructure organisations in over 30 countries as members, Philea brings together over 7500 public-benefit foundations in Europe and around the world.  The network is committed to enabling philanthropy to use its full potential to co-shape and support a pluralistic, just and resilient society that centres people and the planet. More about Philea

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