Board Development and Management
Outcomes Thinking and Planning
Staff, Intern, and Volunteer Coordination and Management
Artistic and Theatrical Seasons and Supplements
Organizational Partnerships (Long- and Short-Term)
Diversity and Inclusion
Community and Audience Engagement
Artists’ Training and Education Management
Fundraising, Crowdfunding, and Grantwriting
National Endowment for the Arts
National Endowment for the Humanities
New York State Council on the Arts
NYC – Dept. of Cultural Affairs (Capital and Program)
Brooklyn Arts Council
Written (Technical, Narrative, and Grant)
Public Speaking and Presentation
Individual Coaching and Training
DataArts/Cultural Data Project
CRMs (Cloud-based and Traditional)
Facebook (Business and Personal)
Foundation Directory Online
Google Analytics and Apps (G Suite)
Microsoft Office Suite
In October 2016, Fractured Atlas presented its commitment to anti-racism/anti-oppression. We are constantly questioning our policies and positions while iterating more inclusive tactics in service of our products and internal operations. Here are two initiatives (one external; one internal) we have instituted at Fractured Atlas to support these efforts
When preparing a grant application, it can seem counterintuitive to think of the funder you’re applying to as a resource. However, no one can answer questions about an application better than the institution that made it! Calling the funder is one of the most effective tools in your grant-writing toolbox.
As part of our commitment to anti-racism and anti-oppression, Fractured Atlas has been hosting race-based caucuses since late 2016. Each space serves a unique role in our work. We’re sharing our experiences in the hopes that more organizations will implement the practice.
One of the consistent questions we receive from our fiscally-sponsored projects is “how can I solicit donations via Facebook?” Luckily, Facebook’s “call-to-action” feature has made it much easier. Here’s how it could work for you.
We, the arts arm of the nonprofit industrial complex, let this happen.
Save a life: have an awkward conversation.
I no longer wish to ‘perform’ patriotism in order to be palatable to others.
If we treated real sex like theatrical sex, we’d be rapists.