Congress Passes Third Covid-19 Emergency Bill that Includes Provisions Impacting the Arts and Nonprofits LOCAL RESOURCES Methow Arts: free one-on-one assistance to artists, makers, non-profit organizations and creative sector workers. Free marketing workshops, resources, referrals and grant assistance. firstname.lastname@example.org (email preferred,) 509-997-4004 TwispWorks: measuring business + economic impact in the Methow Valley, and connecting with small… [Read More]
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Racial injustice & systemic oppression permeate our institutions, and the arts are no exception. They can also be a powerful tool in deconstructing privilege and anti-racism work.
Working from Home Tip #1: Create a dedicated workspace While getting out of bed in the morning is a struggle for most, it can be even tougher for those of us working from home. Instead of grabbing your laptop and heading back under the covers, you’ll want to set up a dedicated workspace. Don’t cut… [Read More]
Mike Scutari As arts funders navigate the opening stages of what will be a prolonged effort to stem the impact of COVID-19, many are already looking beyond the pandemic. From Inside Philanthropy. As A Blade of Grass Executive Director Deborah Fisher told me, “In the long term, I think that there are much bigger questions about how… [Read More]
By Mike Scutari It’s only been a few weeks, but COVID-19 has already caused incalculable and potentially irreversible damage to the nonprofit arts world. Theaters are dark, museums are shuttered, work has dried up, and revenue has evaporated. The good news—if there is any—is that funders are quickly ramping up efforts to help organizations and… [Read More]