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Friday, June 15 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Fiscal Sponsorship: Sharing Resources to Build Community

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It takes many different types of knowledge working together to thrive as a team. Members of CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia, Fractured Atlas, and Allied Media Projects will explore how the resource-sharing model of fiscal sponsorship can provide artists and projects with nonprofit compliance and administration. We will also discuss how we serve and support our communities, what tools we develop and offer, and how we approach our work from an anti-oppression perspective.

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Courtney Harge

Fractured Atlas
Courtney Harge is the Member Advisor for Fractured Atlas. She is also the founder/Producing Artistic Director of Colloquy Collective, a member of Women of Color in the Arts, and an alum of both APAP's Emerging Leaders Institute and artEquity's Facilitator Training. For more information... Read More →
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Toni Moceri

Allied Media Projects
Toni Moceri directs AMP's sponsored projects program, supporting over 100 sponsored projects working at the intersection of media and social justice.
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Beth Warshaw

CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia
Beth has been working with arts, cultural and social impact organizations for 15 years, where her role has always centered around saying yes to people's ideas, then working collaboratively to make them possible. A Philadelphia native, she recently returned from Seattle, where she... Read More →


Friday June 15, 2018 4:00pm - 5:30pm
STATE HALL: Room 134

Attendees (142)