It takes many different types of knowledge working together to thrive as a team. Members of CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia, Fractured Atlas, and Allied Media Projects will explore how the resource-sharing model of fiscal sponsorship can provide artists and projects with nonprofit compliance and administration.
Dance Business Bootcamp is a two-part workshop for independent artists, choreographers, and small-budget dance groups looking to accelerate their operations. The session is facilitated by Fractured Atlas, a national organization that empowers artists to succeed as entrepreneurs, in collaboration with Dance/USA.
This workshop will take place on Friday, June 8, 2018 from 1:30 – 3:30pm at the USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance and on Saturday, June 9, 2018 from 8:30am – 12:00pm at the Colburn School in Los Angeles, CA.
In this panel, Allied Media Projects, CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia, Fractured Atlas, and Fusion Partnerships will explore how the resource-sharing model of fiscal sponsorship can meet the needs of artists + organizers and ensure a more just and sustainable environment where artists can not only survive but thrive.
Come to this workshop to learn about another alternative: fiscal sponsorship! Our expert speakers will explain how your group can financially partner with an existing nonprofit to take advantage of their 501c3 status. This means more perks— access to charitable donations, grants, tax exempt status— and less paperwork.
While women prominently lead arts institutions and attain various levels of power, they are not immune to the societal systems of patriarchy and white supremacy. So how do female arts leaders view their own relationship to power and privilege?
Join us to hear about the latest programs and services from a cross-section of NY metro area entrepreneurial resources to help you with your small business, career or artistic endeavor!
From 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST, listen to Courtney Harge, Alysa Nahmias, and Gigi Rosenberg tweet about “Fundraising Myth Busting″ for New York Foundation for the Arts.
Held every summer in Detroit, the conference brings together a vibrant and diverse community of people using media to incite change. We define "media" as anything you use to communicate with the world.
Courtney will be representing Fractured Atlas at a table in the AMC exhibition area in the ballroom of the Wayne State Student Center. Come and stop by!
The AMC features an exhibition area showcasing an exciting collection of book and zine distributors, non-profit and activist organizations, technology presentations, and art, films, music, and sellers of cool products and crafts.
Dance Business Bootcamp is a full-day workshop for independent artists, choreographers, and small-budget dance groups looking to accelerate their operations. The session is facilitated by Fractured Atlas, a national organization that empowers artists to succeed as entrepreneurs, in collaboration with Dance/USA.
The Ed Portal is proud to bring Courtney Harge, Member Advisor for Fractured Atlas (an organization dedicated to supporting artists at every level of the cultural ecosystem), to Allston-Brighton! Artists and creatives will learn more about fiscal sponsorship through small group events or an evening workshop.
The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation is bringing together its SEED grantee organizations and Artist as Activist fellows for a week of networking and skill-sharing. The convening takes place at the Rauschenberg Residency campus in Captiva, FL.
Courtney will be joining the summit to offer support to the attendees while better assessing how Fractured Atlas can serve the needs of their growing enterprises.
SR Socially Relevant Film Festival panels and workshops are free of charge and open to all filmmakers and members of the audience (as space permits).
RSVP is required as in some cases space may be limited.
In collaboration with the Future Is Female Festival, Dark Matter Productions presents SMASH!, a night of short plays by female-identifying playwrights smashing the patriarchy, the establishment and the bourgeoisie in 2017.