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Personal Regenerative Practices in the Age of Information Overload

By Lucy Claire Curran I am so grateful to have been able to take part in the morning breakout session on personal regenerative practices at Emergence, the Emerging Arts Professionals daylong annual convening on June 3, 2013. Facilitated by Emma Bailey, associate producer at Citizen Film; Carrie Blanding, former executive director of the San Francisco […]

My Favorite New Trends in Philanthropy Part I

By Carrie Blanding We’ve all been there: you’re at a conference, or a fund development meeting, or coffee with a colleague, and the conversation turns to What Is Wrong With The Current Funding System. We commiserate about the perils of chasing program funding. We lament the scarcity of general operating support. We share stories of insane reporting requirements. . […]

Emergence 2013: A Day of Uncommon Learning with EAP

Join Emerging Arts Professionals / San Francisco Bay Area on June 3 at 10:00 a.m. at SPUR Urban Center  for Emergence, our daylong annual convening. Emergence provides a collaborative platform for Bay Area arts and culture workers to connect, share ideas, and elevate their work and voices. This, our third year, revolves around three overarching […]

501 See (3) You Later?

501 See (3) You Later? Hub Berkeley Thursday, April 18 6:30 p.m. 2150 Allston Way, Suite 400 Berkeley, CA 94704 (510) 649-7700 Is the 501(c)(3) model the only way to run an arts organization? Arts and culture organizations face greater challenges as traditional arts funding decreases and philanthropic needs shift rapidly. Join us to learn […]

How Arts Organizations Are Engaging Community Online

By Ryan Biega, EAP Fellow In the  San Francisco Online Community Meetup panel hosted by TechSoup, representatives from four arts organizations discussed how they are using social media in new and innovative ways to market the arts. Michel DeLong, online community manager at TechSoup and part of the leadership team with Emerging Arts Professionals, moderated […]