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Emergency Preparedness Week

Hurricane season is here. As artists, what should we be doing to make sure that we’re fully prepared?
Next week, join us for one of our daily webinars, as we explore disaster preparedness. Don’t let yourself go through another hurricane season wondering if you’ve done everything you can to prepare.
Never participated in a webinar before? All [...]

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Mentorship - A Journey for Two

Having just played a word game which involved creating strings of words from a random assortment of letters, I find myself looking at the word “mentorship” with fresh eyes. The word “ship”, without much of a stretch, seems to denote some kind of journey. “Mentor” seems to have embedded within it a derivation [...]

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Writing Fundraising Letters — A New FREE Course!!

We are extremely excited to announce our latest addition to the FREE online courses available at Fractured U. - “Writing an Effective Fundraising Letter” by arts and fundraising consultant Theron Shaw.

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Will This ‘Reality Check’ Bounce?

There are ways one can keep hope during tough economic times. Hold the vision for arts education while you take positive action to improve yourself and to inform your community of the importance of the arts.

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Accounting 101 - A New FREE Course!!

We are extremely excited to announce our latest addition to the FREE online courses available at Fractured U. - “All the Accounting You Need to Know” by longtime Fractured Atlas member and fiscal sponsee, Grace Testani.

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Audio Description for the Arts — A New FREE Course!

We are extremely excited to announce our latest addition to the FREE online courses available at Fractured U. - “Audio Description: The Visual Made Verbal” by Joel Snyder, president of Audio Description Associates.

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Surviving the Board of Directors - A New FREE Course!

We are extremely excited to announce our latest addition to the FREE online courses available at Fractured U. - “Surviving the Board of Directors” by University of Wisconsin-Green Bay arts management faculty member Ellen Rosewall.

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Happy Birthday Karen Atkinson (and a gift for everyone)!

Karen Atkinson, one of Fractured Atlas’ close colleagues and collaborators from California, is celebrating her birthday today. In celebration, we’re launching her second free course on Fractured U.!

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Fractured U. Goes Free!

Yes, it’s true! Though we have already told you about a few of our online courses and have noted that enrollment fees would be required to access them, we’re scrapping those fees entirely.

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What Constitutes Quality in Teaching Artistry?

What are important things to consider when thinking of quality in Teaching Artistry? Consider the lasting impact of your work with students and to the meaningful connections you can make to their lives.

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