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News 10.26.09

In this Issue ~ Career Trajectories : Not All Straight Arrows – Listen to Maia Rosal, Marc Vogl and Evelyn Orantes ~ The Emerging Leader Salon on ARTSblog hosted by 20under40 and the Emerging Leader Networks of Americans for the Arts ~ GrantMakers in the Arts 2009 – Brooklyn: New Leaders & New Models ~ […]

Career Trajectories: Listen online

Audio recordings from our Creative Conversation, “Career Trajectories: Not All Straight Arrows” (click for mp3 or right-click to download): Panelist Presentations (~40 min) Group Discussion (~45 min) The panelists were: Maia Rosal, Managing Director, Joe Goode Performance Group Marc Vogl, Program Officer, Performing Arts Program, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Evelyn Orantes, Cultural Arts […]

News from SFBAEAP

Happy National Arts & Humanities Month! 1.) A Fall Mixer at the de Young – Photos, Thanks! & Stay Tuned 2.) Upcoming Event! Creative Conversation 2009: Career Trajectories – Not A Straight Arrow 10/13/09 JUST ADDED! Ellen Oh, Executive Director, Kearny Street Workshop 3.) Local Emerging Leader responds to The Biggest Problem Facing the Arts […]

A response to "The Biggest Problem Facing the Arts"

A response to “The Biggest Problem Facing the Arts” Friday, September 18, 2009 at 10:22am I recently read Michael Kaiser’s post on “The Biggest Problem Facing the Arts” on the Huffington Post and felt the need to draft a quick response because of I’m tired of the assumption that the problem is that “we don’t […]

News You Can Use 9.14.09

Hi! Only a few months ago, our FaceBook group was made up of just a few steering committee members. We have now climbed to 273 members. Thanks for joining in. We hope to meet many of you at the de Young this Friday for A Fall Mixer, but tickets are selling fast. Get yours today. http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/79431 […]

A Fall Mixer presented by San Francisco Bay Area Emerging Arts Professionals & Friday Nights at the de Young

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2009 I 6:00 PM – 8:30PM $15 includes access to SFBAEAP reception in the Piazzoni Murals Room, complimentary drinks, appetizers and museum admission*. This is a special invitation to emerging arts professionals, innovators, educators, artists and allies. Celebrate the start of Fall, mix with visionary peers and colleagues and participate in the […]

Evolve & Vocalize: A Spotlight on Next Generation Arts Leadership

On April 11, SFBAEAP hosted its first public event, titled “Evolve & Vocalize: A Spotlight on Next Generation Arts Leadership.” Our first series of blog posts on this site show some of the results from the day, work resulting from the remarkable collaboration of approximately 80 participants, representing a cross-section of artists, arts organizations, funders, […]

Evolve & Vocalize: What can we do now?

– Change in trickled down funding – Offering micro-grants – Identifying a different business model – Find a way to get more money for the independent artist – Assign someone under 30 on the board – Advocacy, Becoming knowledgeable about legislation that affects the arts – Funders round table – Education for both artists and […]

Evolve & Vocalize: Overview

Overview We can act now to make a positive, powerful impact 1. Provide opportunities to connect a. share resources b. technology c. life 2. Entrepreneurial training a. business plan marketing, branding b. grant writing 3. Don’t want to be redundant a. use technology 4. Mentorship a. help those that are lost b. career map 5. […]

Evolve & Vocalize: Stickies snapshot

– Technology: inexpensive/efficient – communication/resources/audience participation, knowing where to invest your time. – Teaching older generation how to use new tech requires investment – Technology allows for direct access. Allows random individuals access to people with similar ideas / activities “you like ducks? Me too!” – Is snail mail still cool? – Is tweeter elitist? […]