With the increased importance of non-traditional venues, what is Fractured Atlas doing to make it easier for artists and non-traditional venues to find each other?
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. September’s featured artist is Everyone Is Gay.
Everyone Is Gay is a website founded by Dannielle Owens-Reid (founder of Lesbians Who Look Like Justin Bieber) and Kristin Russo, pictured at right. In [...]
We’re happy to announce that we now have an application available for fire performance groups looking for annual general liability insurance. We’re also able to cover circus and variety groups. Don’t worry, you’re not going to shock us with your application, we’ve heard it all before.
You can find out more about the program here.
Fractured Atlas is offering four different fiscal sponsorship and fundraising sessions by webinar in September. If you’ve never participated in a webinar before, there’s no need to [...]
Jeff Green hails from Georgia’s second congressional district. With Jeff, Fractured Atlas now has a member in every single Congressional district in the United States! Read on to find out more about Georgia, Jeff, and the art that he makes.
So, you are our special new Fractured Atlas member from GA-2! How does it feel to [...]
Fractured Atlas heads down to Georgia this upcoming weekend to participate in Gather Atlanta 2012, an annual networking event which aims to, “facilitate partnership and collaboration amongst Atlanta’s disparate arts organizations”.
As project manager for Fractured Atlas’ Spaces initiative, I will be presenting a live demo of Atlanta Spaces, the online directory for creative space built in [...]
As any member of Fractured Atlas can tell you, we’re huge believers in harnessing technology to make things simpler, cheaper, and more pleasurable. A number of forward-thinking companies have been applying the same principle to health care, and we’re making an effort to highlight them on our blog. Since no one can feel great about [...]
This is perhaps a little old, but it’s thought-provoking enough that I had to share it: Colby Cosh on artisan chocolate and social revolution.
Cosh’s blog post/essay muses on some very big ideas about the future of labor and society:
We have learned to live with the fact of life that manufacturing jobs are inherently less labour-intensive [...]
Two weeks after the Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act the forecast for the future health insurance landscape is unclear. The media is, unsurprisingly, awash in commentary but for solid background the SCOTUS blog has a down-to-earth summary of the proceedings, and our own Adam Huttler discusses the importance of this victory for the [...]
Last week, hundreds of dancers and dance administrators gathered in San Francisco for the annual Dance/USA conference. Included in this year’s programming / festivities was a more professional #SKYNOVA internet program (you might remember the last time we filmed episodes at the conference they were shot in my hotel room).
This year, thanks to the Amy [...]