Creating an Arts Advisory Board

In this workshop discover the benefits of creating and convening an advisory board for your arts project or non-profit. When strategically assembled advisory boards can provide access, insights and knowledge such as:

  • Informing business decisions
  • Building networks
  • Expanding resources


Join Intersection’s Grant Specialist and Strategic Planning Consultant Krista Smith for a workshop that will explore why creating an Advisory Board might be a good strategy for your organization or project, and best practices and steps to take to create an engaged Advisory Board that is representative of the communities you serve and work with.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Krista brings over 20 years of experience as an artist, grant writer, administrator, and arts advocate to the San Francisco Bay Area’s arts and culture landscape. In addition to grant writing, Krista has also led strategic planning processes for Queer Rebels Productions, Foglifter Press, Fresh Meat Productions and San Francisco Transgender Film Festival, and serves as a speaker and workshop facilitator with a focus on grant writing, arts fundraising, and cultural equity.

Workshop presented via Zoom.

ACCESSIBILITY: All workshops have closed captioning enabled. A written transcript will be available to all registrants after the workshop. Additional accessibility accommodation can best be fulfilled when communicated within 48 hours of the workshop start time by emailing Amy Kweskin amy(at)theintersection.org

Additional requests? Questions? Contact Amy Kweskin amy(at)theintersection.org

REFUND POLICY: You may request a full refund (excluding Eventbrite fees) before the start of the program on the day of the workshop, after which point no refund can be processed.

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Date

Sep 19 2022
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Time

5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

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Location

Zoom

Organizer

Intersection for the Arts
Website
http://www.theintersection.org
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