Blog posts tagged with Arts & Culture
You’ve been awarded a grant and now the deadline for reporting your program’s outcomes is looming. Between writing other grant proposals, cultivating and retaining donors, or planning annual fundraising events, you don’t have much time.
About six months ago, we featured a series of posts about Sustain Arts, brand new, arts-focused funding data tool. Now, we are checking in with Claire Rice, national director of Sustain Arts.
Ever wondered if you can raise money through fiscal sponsorship and crowdfunding to support a creative project? Dianne Debicella and Theresa Hubbard from Fractured Atlas joined Foundation Center West to share information on how to combine fiscal sponsorship and crowdfunding to support artistic projects.
Fiscal sponsorship is a fundraising tool that opens up the doors for more funding opportunities for individuals or organizations that are not recognized as 501(c)(3) public charities. If you’re unfamiliar with fiscal sponsorship, here are 5 ways Fractured Atlas’s fiscal sponsorship program can help you fund your work.
Michelle Lynch Reynolds is the program director at Dancers' Group. We interviewed her about her organization's experience using the Sustain Arts tool.
Katie Fahey is the program officer for the Kenneth Rainin Foundation's arts program. We interviewed her about the Foundation's experience using the Sustain Arts tool, for which the Rainin Foundation provided seed funding.
Claire Rice is the deputy director and field director-Southeast Michigan of Sustain Arts. We interviewed her about Sustain Arts--a newly-launched fundraising tool that provides open access to arts and cultural philanthropy data.
Part 2 continues with a few tips on sending a clean application packet, from your friendly neighborhood artist/activist who has taken several turns as a grant/fellowship reviewer and recipient.
If we can't play the same game the rest of the world plays in terms of professionalism, how can we be expected to be taken seriously (i.e., paid)? Here are a few tips from your friendly neighborhood artist/activist who has taken several turns as a grant/fellowship reviewer and recipient.