The Artist’s Survival Guide
Friday, October 14, 2011 11:30 am
In-person | Atlanta, GA
Learn about resources to help with the business side of art.
This event is part of our Funding for Arts Month.
Adam Natale of Fractured Atlas will provide artists, arts organizations, and other creative professionals information about key services, programs, and resources that can help them with the business side of their art - the ‘unsexy’ side that artists generally do not like thinking about. First, the services offered through Fractured Atlas, a national, nonprofit arts service organization with over 18,000 members across the country will be discussed. Fractured Atlas offers services that deal with fundraising, education/professional development, insurance, and more.
Next, the services of 10-20 other local, state, and national organizations that offer resources for artists and organizations will be covered. In addition, participants are encouraged to bring questions about a wide variety of topics, including: arts advocacy/civic engagement, fundraising; jobs in the arts and in arts administration; tips on grant writing; social media/new technology, networking, young/emerging arts leaders and how they can advance their careers, general career and resume guidance, and serving on a board of directors.
Presenter: Adam Natale, Director of Partnerships and Business Development, Fractured Atlas
In his current position, Adam has created innovative audience development, online education, and arts insurance programs, formed partnerships with over 100 arts organizations, presented at multiple national conferences, and has helped the organization grow immensely, with over 5,000 artists joining in the past year. A graduate of American University with a degree in directing for theatre and film, Adam is a freelance director, serves on the board of directors for Red Bull Theater, and is a past member and chair of Americans for the Arts' Emerging Leader Council. Formerly, he served the theater and musical theater disciplines at the National Endowment for the Arts and worked as an associate producer with the New York Musical Theatre Festival.
Space is limited. Register online with the form below, in person, or by calling (404) 880-0095. Registrants requiring ASL signers or other disability-related services are asked to contact the Foundation Center at least two weeks in advance.
Please arrive on time or your seat may be given away to others who are waiting to attend. If you need further information, please call (404) 880-0095.