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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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Fiscal Sponsorship + Artful.ly Information Session in NYC

We’ve been on the road a ton lately, but the Fractured Atlas staff is sticking close to home in May and we want to meet you.  We’re hosting an information session about two of our programs–Fiscal Sponsorship and Artful.ly–on May 20th in New York City at Wix Lounge.  You will not only get the chance to [...]

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How to Link your Indiegogo Campaign to Fractured Atlas

As you probably already know, Fractured Atlas has a partnership with Indiegogo, which allows our fiscally sponsored projects to use Indiegogo’s crowdfunding platform at no additional cost, and still accept tax-deductible donations. Fractured Atlas will receive all of the donations throughout the course of the campaign, and therefore the donations will only be assessed the [...]

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Fiscal Sponsorship Information Session in New York City

The fiscal sponsorship staff is hosting an information session on October 18th in Brooklyn at JACK and we want to meet you. You will not only get the chance to see our friendly faces in person, but we’ll have snacks, drinks, and an insane amount of information on how you can [...]

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Meet the Project: Once I Was

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. October’s featured artist is Once I Was.
Once I Was is the title of a semi-staged theatrical concert comprised of songs by Ricky Ian Gordon and sung by soprano Stacey Tappan. [...]

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6 Tips for Successful Crowdfunding

In the past 5-6 years, we’ve heard a lot about “Crowdfunding,” and why not?  Based on a 2012 survey conducted by Massolution, the amount of funds raised through Crowdfunding platforms has increased by about 63% over the past 3 years.  In 2011 alone, $1.5 billion were raised through Crowdfunding campaigns and more than 1 million campaigns were [...]

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Meet the Project: Everyone Is Gay

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 [...]

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Fiscal Sponsorship Information session in New York City

We’ve been on the road a ton lately, but the fiscal sponsorship staff is sticking close to home in June and we want to meet you.  We’re hosting the fiscal sponsorship information session on June 13th in New York City at Wix Lounge.  You will not only get the chance [...]

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Fractured Atlas at the Create Denver Expo

Fractured Atlas is offering a workshop called Fiscal Sponsorship + Crowdfunding = $$ for Creative Projects at the Create Denver Expo on Saturday, May 12th.
The session is designed for anyone who is interested in using fiscal sponsorship. We’ll explore the benefits and use of Fractured Atlas’s fiscal sponsorship program as a fundraising tool. There will [...]

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Future Technology & Tactics for Social Change panel in NYC

IndieGoGo is hosting a panel on March 21st in NYC on Future Technology & Tactics for Social Change.  The technology space has seen a juggernaut of new tools and online experiences launched daily. Amidst the countless conversations, what tools are being made available to truly evoke change, if at all?  How do [...]

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