For the past several months, I’ve served in my Fractured Atlas capacity as a “consulting critic” to Calgary Arts Development (CADA)’s Arts Plan process, also known as #yycArtsPlan. Calgary is a fast-growing oil and gas boomtown in Canada’s western region that has been characterized to me by more than one person as the “Texas of [...]
I’m taking a break this summer from my monthly grant blog but wanted to get this opportunity out to our women filmmakers. As always, please check out the grantmaker’s website for full eligibility and guidelines.
Chicken and Egg Pictures is accepting applications for their 2013 Open Call.
Who they fund:
Chicken & Egg Pictures is dedicated to supporting women [...]
Space is often competitive and expensive, especially in large metropolitan areas. However, alternatives for space rental payment are not the elusive unicorns you might assume them to be. Improving search tools to discover spaces open to special arrangements for payment, is a leap in the right direction.
This is the final grant blog until fall. I’ll start back up in September!
For all opportunities, please visit the website of the Foundation for application instructions and complete guidelines.
The Aaron Copland Fund for Music is accepting applications for the Performing Ensembles Program.
Who they fund: The objective of the Performing Ensembles Program is to support performing organizations [...]
The Summer is a great time to relax and spend time with friends and family, but it can also be a great time to recharge and plan for the year to come. Chances are you’ve already planned next season’s events, productions, or workshops, so consider making any free time productive to improve your business skills. Obviously, [...]
Each month we will feature one of our fiscally sponsored projects who have been successful at using our program to advance their art/cause/career. This month’s featured project is Knife Edge Productions.
For many, the summer is a time when the many competing [...]
Interested in learning more about Fiscal Sponsorship, but couldn’t make Monday’s presentation at Wix Lounge? No problem! Fractured Atlas and Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (VLA) will join forces to present an information session on Fiscal Sponsorship on May 28th, at VLA. We’ll give a brief introduction to Fiscal Sponsorship and what information to look [...]
Way back when I was a fresh-faced intern with the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation’s Performing Arts Program almost five years ago now, I made a startling discovery. In the course of researching various conceptions and definitions of cultural asset mapping in preparation for what would eventually become my work here at Fractured Atlas, I [...]
This morning we released a re-design of Artful.ly’s patron records interface! If you don’t speak geek, this might not be immediately exciting to you, so let me just show you what it looks like and what it does. Mouse over this nifty interactive map and click on the red dots to learn about the features [...]
Each month we will feature one of our fiscally sponsored projects who have been successful at using our program to advance their art/cause/career. This month’s featured project is Born This Way.
More people are imprisoned each year for homosexuality in Cameroon than any other [...]