Winter Opportunities for Artists~

  Hosted by the Greater Columbus Arts Council as part of the Americans for the Arts 2013 Webinar series 

 December 4, 3:00 – 4:00 PM 

 GCAC Small Conference Room, 100 East Broad Street Suite #2250 

“This webinar will discuss current trends in philanthropy and new ideas for developing resources for your organization. Resource development can come in the form of new partnerships, strategic alliances, or utilizing what you are already doing to better leverage revenue dollars. We will explore best practices in partnership, opportunities, and challenges. Fundraising is rapidly changing however there are still some must do steps for any successful fundraising activity. Learn the basics first. 

Please RSVP to dpoelsma@gcac.org to attend this event. Walk-ins welcome, space allowing. “

 

 GCAC’s Community Impact Grant Program 

 December 12, Noon – 10:00 AM 

GCAC Large Conference Room, 100 East Broad Street Suite #2250 

“The Community Impact Grant program is a new initiative by the arts council to encourage sustainable endeavors that use the arts as a vehicle for economic development – what does that mean? Join us for this informative workshop and learn about how GCAC is supporting targeted neighborhoods and how to submit an application and receive some one-on-one consultation. We do encourage you to review the guidelines http://www.gcac.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/section_9-community_impact.pdf prior to attending the workshop. Bring your lunch, your ideas, and your questions. 

RSVP to dpoelsma@gcac.org or 614-221-8746. Walk-ins welcome, space allowing.”

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