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Fiscal Sponsorship, Fundraising, and Budget Webinars

Fractured Atlas is offering five fiscal sponsorship and fundraising sessions by webinar in April.  If you’ve never participated in a webinar before, there’s no need to worry - it’s quite easy.  All you need is access to the internet.
Introduction to Fiscal Sponsorship Webinar
This webinar is for those considering fiscal sponsorship. We’ll provide a fiscal sponsorship [...]

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Fractured Atlas Book Club: The Zen of Fundraising

I never would’ve guessed that a book called The Zen of Fundraising would dole out some tough love. My mouth dropped on the subway when I read that author Ken Burnett, an international fundraising expert, believes that most donors receive better customer service from their local fast food restaurant (he names a specific chain, but [...]

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Chicago, Here We Come!

On March 13th, Fractured Atlas is heading to the Windy City!  Jean Ann Douglass, our Program Director for Insurance, and I will be in Chicago for three days to meet artists, hang out at the Creative Chicago Expo, and see some awesome art.
We start off the visit with a workshop at Columbia College Chicago on [...]

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Mass Appeal: Top-Notch Fundraising Appeals - The Movement Theatre Company

We’re back this week with another stellar fundraising appeal from The Movement Theatre Company, a fiscally-sponsored project of Fractured Atlas. The Movement Theatre Company is a New York City-based theatre company that is dedicated to developing new works by artists of color and producing work that highlights both the collective and diverse human experience.

When The [...]

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November Book Club Pick: Crowdfunding for Filmmakers

Last spring, while I was manning a Fractured Atlas table at a career fair for the School of Visual Arts, I had the good fortune of being seated next to John Trigonis, a campaign specialist at Indiegogo. I’ll admit to eavesdropping on some of his conversations with the students visiting his table because he had [...]

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Mass Appeal: Top-Notch Fundraising Appeals - BoxoPROJECTS

We’re continuing our round up of top-notch fundraising appeals this week with BoxoPROJECTS’s submission. BoxoPROJECTS is a Fractured Atlas fiscally-sponsored project that supports emerging and mid-career artists in developing their work and in gaining a wider audience for their efforts through an arts residency and programming series in Joshua Tree, CA, and a non-traditional exhibition and [...]

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Upcoming Grant Deadlines

Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation is accepting proposals for USArtists International (USAI).
Who they Fund: Grants are available to American dance, music and theater ensembles and solo performers that have been invited to perform at significant international festivals anywhere in the world outside of the United States.
Geographic Focus: National
What is Required:
Eligible applicants must:

Be a dance, music or [...]

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Meet the Project: P.INK Day

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 P.INK Day.

In today’s web-obsessed society, social media can get a pretty bad rap. But critiques of #hashtags and liking aside, social media has become a major tool [...]

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Introducing the Fractured Atlas Book Club

I’m guessing that the majority of Fractured Atlas members don’t spend a lot of time browsing the Business section of their local bookstores. Not a ton of pleasure reading to be found there. (If I were blogging for Harvard Business Review, I would operate under a different assumption.) Maybe your eyes tend to glaze over [...]

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OkTECHberfest: 5 Tips for using Technology in Fundraising

Let’s start with a question. When asked to support a group or a cause, what is the first thing you do when deciding whether or not to donate? You’ll probably start by performing a Google search to find information about them. Now, let’s turn the tables and consider what most of your donors will do [...]

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