Keyword Arts / Culture
Explore the benefits of Fractured Atlas’s fiscal sponsorship program as a fundraising tool for creative projects. Also learn about how crowdfunding can be used with fiscal sponsorship.
It's tough to keep up with all the changes in publishing these days, whether you're already published or just starting out. Get rare access to a panel of publishing professionals who discuss the newest trends and insider advice on getting published.
Debut authors share the inspirational and informative true stories behind their paths to publication, from working with the largest mainstream publishing houses to breakthrough new ways to reach readers. Learn about the many options available to authors today.
90 minute workshop catered to nonprofits interested in using video to supplement their marketing and fundraising campaigns.
Bay area grantmakers share new and emerging areas of interest and reflect on best practices for securing foundation support.
This webinar will demystify the world of crowdfunding, specifically for people and organizations in the arts world, presented by Dana Ostomel, Founder and Chief Gifting Officer of Deposit a Gift.com.
The world of publishing is changing rapidly due to the digital revolution. In this recorded program, you’ll get the latest insider’s scoop on how to publish an ebook.
Learn about Doris Duke Charitable Foundation’s arts grantmaking and its resources to help organizations explore innovative ways of developing audiences. This session includes a short demonstration on how to use Foundation Directory Online to identify other arts funders.
Discover how to research funding, decode application questions, and focus artistic career goals during the grant writing process.
Hear about what’s really working now for actual arts groups around the country.
This course is geared towards individuals involved in the arts and looking to fund any type of arts-related project.
Panelists describe their funding priorities, share current regional arts funding trends, and reflect on best practices for approaching foundations for support during challenging economic times.
Discussion of the fiscal sponsorship arrangement under which a charitable project without 501(c)(3) status might benefit from the tax-exempt status and administrative support of a sponsoring organization.
Lisa Cremin, director of the Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Fund at the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, provides insights on recent trends in the arts.
Author Gigi Rosenberg shares top tips from her new book, The Artist’s Guide to Grant Writing: How to Find Funds and Write Foolproof Proposals for the Visual, Literary, and Performing Artist, which is designed to help artists navigate the process of pursuing funding for their work.
Lisa Tuttle, Public Art Program Education and Outreach Coordinator, Fulton County Arts Council, discusses how to write a well-developed, clear and organized public art proposal. This presentation offers insight into the proposal writing and commission selection process.
Learn the essential information and practical tools needed to ensure a successful collaboration. Erik Speakman highlights keys to organizational sustainability for arts and cultural organizations.