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Saturday, June 17 • 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Know Admin, Know Art: Resource Sharing Through Fiscal Sponsorship

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What if you could grow your creative practice without also needing to be your own accountant and fundraiser? Members of CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia, Fractured Atlas, and Allied Media Projects will explore how the resource-sharing model of fiscal sponsorship can meet the needs of artists and cultural workers. We will also discuss how we grow, serve and support our communities, what tools we each offer, and how we approach our work from an anti-oppression perspective. 


Courtney Harge

Fractured Atlas
Courtney Harge is an arts administrator, director, and writer originally from Saginaw, MI who has been working in service of artists for the last fifteen years. She is the founder and Producing Artistic Director of Colloquy Collective, an emerging theater company in Brooklyn, NY... Read More →

Toni Moceri

Toni Moceri manages AMP’s sponsored projects program, supporting over 70 sponsored projects working at the intersection of media and social justice. A lifelong metro Detroiter, Toni has nearly two decades working in the nonprofit and public service fields. Toni most recently worked... Read More →

Jamaine Smith

As a mixed media artist, Jamaine Smith is quite comfortable with getting his hands dirty and combining traditionally distinct mediums to create meaningful work. With a background in the arts, higher education, non-profit administration and social work, Jamaine uses the same creative... Read More →

Beth Warshaw

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 was Co-Director at the Vera Project, the largest all-ages music and art space in the United States. Beth also produced the NPR music program The World Café and founded Girls Rock Philly, an organization that creates liberatory pathways for girls and women through music creation. Concurrently, she was also a writing instructor at Penn, a certified teacher, and a sound engineer. She is a sporadic mid-distance runner and a drummer in search of a surf band., CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia
Beth Warshaw has worked with arts, cultural & social impact organizations for 15 years. A Philadelphia native, she recently returned from Seattle, where she was Co-Director at The Vera Project. Before that, she was Production Director at WXPN, a noncommercial radio station. Beth also... Read More →

Saturday June 17, 2017 12:45pm - 1:45pm EDT
State Hall: Room 135