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In my first video I look at why art matters and how funding for the arts affects everyone's quality of life. Subscribe for more videos! Future topics include: Why We're Probably Alone in the Galaxy How to Properly Microwave a Coffee Why You Should NOT Leave the Matrix Apple iPhone and Mac Tips and Tricks And much, much more! Creative Commons Photo Credits: St. John's Harbour from Signal Hill by Eric Titcombe Jelly Bean Row by Kenny Louie St John's House by Paul Downtown St. John's, Newfoundland by Natalie Lucier Taking in the View by Kenny Louie via flickr Stock Footage via VideoBlocks. All other videography, motion graphics, video editing, voiceover and score by Darcy Fitzpatrick. Thanks for watching!
With government funding for the arts stalled or shrinking, Josh debates the merits of financially supporting artists.
For more information about Save the Arts, please visit http://www.savethearts.org.uk. Over a hundred leading artists including David Hockney, Damien Hirst, Anthony Caro, Howard Hodgkin, Anish Kapoor, Richard Hamilton, Bridget Riley, Antony Gormley and Tracey Emin have joined the campaign to make the case against the proposed 25% cuts in government funding of the arts. The campaign is launched today with the release of a new video animation by artist David Shrigley highlighting the effect of the funding cuts and a new work by Jeremy Deller with Scott King. Each week the work of a different artist, created in response to the campaign, will be released. Mark Wallinger will present the next project. Supporters of the artists' campaign will be asked to sign a petition which will be se...
Joey O'Connor explains how The Grove Center for the Arts & Media offers creative funding for artists of all kinds. Fund your next art project, event and professional development as an artist with The Grove. The Grove offers a place where artists and art patrons can connect to one another through our Grove Creative Funding program. With a Creative Funding grant, your donors receive a tax-deductible donation for supporting your work. You can also apply for other foundation grants that require 501c3 status to receive artistic grants. With our Grove Indiegogo Partner Platform, you can also crowdfund your next creative project with all of the amazing tools and resources offered by Indiegogo. For more information on Creative Funding for Artists and to apply today, visit The Grove Center for t...
Watch this video for tips on completing a Grants for the arts application form.
I received my first grant five years into my career, but I'd applied many times before that. In this video, I share four tips for increasing your chances that your proposal will be a winner. I have been awarded project grants and professional development grants by the Regional Arts and Culture Council, the Oregon Arts Commission, and the Celebration Foundation as well as emergency relief grants by the Haven Foundation, Artists' Fellowship Inc, and Change Inc. I'm happy to answer questions about my experience with any of these organizations. RELATED ARTICLES: http://www.gwennseemel.com/index.php/blog/comments/communicating_value_communiquer_valeur http://www.gwennseemel.com/index.php/blog/comments/interdependence http://www.gwennseemel.com/index.php/blog/comments/artists_statement
Music industry experts discuss the options for independent music businesses and artists to raise finance. Featuring Martin Goldschmidt (Cooking Vinyl), Alison Wenham (AIM), Paul Barton (Pledge Music) & Karim Fanous (Music Ally). With such a strong history as one of the world's favourite independent record labels, Martin Goldschmidt explains why Cooking Vinyl and independent labels in general are best placed to run successful release campaigns and look after the best interests of artists.
Like every other theatremaker, you have clicked into this video with mixed emotions of joy and panic. I hope these tips can be of some help, if not, maybe viewing this video in general has lowered your anxiety levels. In an effort to distract you from your current financial situation. If not you should go out and get some candy floss, that solves all problems. VIDEO: Katie Poushpom, TheatreBound MUSIC: http://www.bensound.com THEATREBOUND©, alternative theatremaking, alternative theatre information, because everything is far more interesting when you write/ type alternative twice! That is some Fringe theatre gold right there. All rights reserved to Katie Poushpom, TheatreBound©
Artist David Wojnarowicz discusses right-wing backlash against the NEA and arts funding (circa 1990). Thanks to Kevin Doyle for putting this up on Vimeo. Just a polite announcement - I do not like to delete comments, but hate speech (e.g., celebrating the death of AIDS victims and wishing the death of LGBT persons) will not be tolerated. For more commentary, see: http://merepseudbloged.wordpress.com/2010/12/02/do-not-doubt-the-dangerousness-of-the-12-inch-politician/
Thursday, October 17, 2013 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm Insights from local grantmakers into the individual artist funding process. Join us for this unique program featuring local Bay Area arts funders as they describe their organization's funding priorities and guidelines, discuss regional arts and culture funding trends, and offer practical tips on how to apply. Speakers include: Lily Kharrazi, Program Manager, Living Cultures Grants Program, Alliance for California Traditional Arts Denise Pate-Pearson, Coordinator, Cultural Funding Program, City of Oakland Frances Phillips, Program Director, Creative Work Fund Diane Sanchez, Director of Community Investment, East Bay Community Foundation