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Call to Action for the Arts before 6/16 – Wake County

We have just received the following Call to Action from Arts NC:

Thank you for being a part of our action network!

Both the House and the Senate have appointed Conferees who will resolve differences in the two budgets. (The House budget included a $500,000 increase for Grassroots Arts Program as allocate by the North Carolina Arts Council. The Senate budget did not concur with the House.)

We now have a final opportunity–
and a real one–to encourage House Representatives to hold firm to their recommendation and for the Senate members to agree. Arts funding will be an issue in the Conference process. The game could go either way. It depends on what you are willing to do.

Sen. Chad Barefoot, Rep. Chris Malone & Rep. Marilyn Avila of Wake County…
…hold very important positions in the upcoming Conference process. We are counting on arts advocates to contact their key General Assembly member and help us secure the Grassroots Arts funding increase.

If you know these legislators personally, please place a telephone call and talk to the Legislative Assistant or leave your name on their message machine.
Sen Chad Barefoot: (919) 715-3036
Rep. Chris Malone: (919) 715-3010
​Rep: Marilyn Avila: (919) 733-5530

If you do NOT know these legislators personally,

Please drop a short, hard copy letter in the mail by noon on Thursday, June 16.

Sen Chad Barefoot: 300 N. Salisbury Street, Rm. 308, Raleigh, NC 27603-5925

Rep. Chris Malone: 300 N. Salisbury Street, Rm. 603, Raleigh, NC 27603-5925

Rep: Marilyn Avila: 16 West Jones Street, Rm. 2217, Raleigh, NC 27601-1096
Make the letters short but personal, such as:

Congratulations on your appointment to the Conference Committee for the 2016-2017 State Budget. As a citizen of your district, I am asking that you hold firm to the House recommendation of a $500,000 increase for Grassroots Arts as allocated by the North Carolina Arts Council (or to your Senator…please concur with the House recommendation of a $500,000 increase for Grassroots Arts as allocated by the North Carolina Arts Council). Over 650 organizations in all 100 counties will benefit and 3.5 million citizens will be served by this remarkably efficient and effective grant program.

(Please conclude your written communications with a short paragraph about what the increase would mean in your county. This is important because we do not want the Legislator to think your communications are a form letter. Always end with a sentence of gratitude for their service.)

Thank you for your dedicated service to the citizens of North Carolina.

And please send an email to Arts NC at this address if you receive a response.

What’s at stake?

A resounding response to this Call to Action could have a major impact on the arts where you live. Wake County currently receives $203,047 in Grassroots Arts funding. The $500,000 increase would bring that amount to $244,422.
Take action no later than noon on Thursday, June 16.

Thank you, advocate!

Karen Wells
Executive Director

 

Learn more about the background of these issues on Arts NC’s Arts Advocacy page.

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Call to Action – June 7 @ 7pm – Support Raleigh Arts Funding

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Its once again time to show up and stand up for the Arts.

If you live in Raleigh and work in or just support the Arts community, the Raleigh Arts Commission needs you.  Its time to start to implement the Raleigh Arts Plan and the Raleigh Arts Commission is asking the City Council for increased funding at Council’s budget meeting TOMORROW NIGHT!

 

Here is some specific information about how you can help from Nancy Novell, Raleigh Arts Commission Chair.

Funding the arts plan will kick-start the plan’s top five priorities, ensuring the entire community is included in the arts and included in enriching the identity of Raleigh.

  1. Create neighborhood arts programs
  2. Build capacity for ADA accessibility, cultural equity and audience
    diversity
  3. Increase quality and quantity of public art and accelerate its
    appearance across the city
  4. Design arts marketing and community resources
  5. Grow arts partner (grant) programs

How can you help? 

 

Attend the Budget Hearing

Please attend the City’s budget hearing on Tuesday, June
7th at 7pm in the City Council Chamber.  Join the crowd and stand
when called upon to show your support for the arts. Please help spread the
word!!

Email the Mayor and City Council

Send an email message to the Mayor and City Council members showing your support. Messages should be short – quick and easy to read! Here’s some basic info, feel free to personalize:

Subject Line: Support for Arts Funding

I encourage you to increase arts funding to support the Raleigh Arts Plan:

  • CREATE POSITION IN THE GENERAL FUND: Community Arts Program
    Coordinator ($60,000)
  • INCREASE THE PERCENT-FOR-ART PUBLIC ART PROGRAM: 1/2% – 1% (CIP
    Funds)
  • INCREASE PER CAPITA: $.50 – $.75 to support implementation of the
    Raleigh Arts Plan

Here are the email addresses:  

Mayor: nancy.mcfarlane@raleighnc.gov, cc: MayorStaff <mayorstaff@raleighnc.gov>
City Council: @raleighnc.gov and cc: councilstaff@raleighnc.gov – It
will get to everyone.

On behalf of the Arts Commission, many, many thanks for your passion and
dedication and sharing your love of the arts. Your hard work is reflected in
making Raleigh so creative, inviting, exciting, unique and THE BEST!! 

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Behind the Scenes @ ArtWorks – Cindy Honickman & ArtWorks Board

This month, we are opening the doors and inviting everyone in to see behind the scenes at Triangle ArtWorks. Meet the people that helped us get off the ground in 2010 and those working hard today to keep us running. Learn why they are giving their time and talents to build this Organization to support you – the Triangle Arts Community.   Then support their work with a Donation to Triangle ArtWorks

Cindy Honickman

 

14f7b44Cindy Honickman is the local owner of WAKA Kickball & Social Sports and joined the Triangle ArtWorks team with a strong background in marketing, public relations, and event planning. She has helped the team with email marketing strategy and website editing, and has even conducted wordpress training for other volunteers.

Why are you willing to give your time/talents to support Triangle ArtWorks

“As a small business owner, there are certain times throughout the year when I have more free time available in my schedule. During these periods, I enjoy giving my time to non-profits where I really feel a connection to their mission.

Why do you think that Triangle ArtWorks is important for the Triangle arts community and the Triangle itself. 

“Through WAKA, I am building a community of young professionals and those young at heart who want to enjoy sports, explore local businesses and events, and grow their social circles. Triangle ArtWorks is building a community of people in the arts industry who can support one another in their endeavors. Everyone involved needs a different kind of help from knowing where art can be showcased, to getting the word out about classes or even just learning how to meet the right people. Triangle ArtWorks is reaching out and connecting these people to the right resources. I am very proud to work with an organization that is shaping the community in such an impactful way, one artist at a time.”

ArtWorks Board of Directors

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Beth Yerxa, Director, with members of the Boards External Committee – Reed Colver, Brian Starkey, Andrea Mia and Melanie Stoer.

 

ArtWorks was built 5 years ago by volunteers and still run entirely by volunteers. This year, Triangle ArtWorks received a capacity building grant from Duke Energy to begin the work to move us beyond our “all-volunteer” status.  The Duke grant has enabled us to bring on expert guidance from local consultant, Maggie Clay Love.  But its ArtWorks current Board of Directors that is rising to the challenge and doing what’s needed to move this Organization to the next level … through lots of meetings, hard work and strategic thinking.  We are incredibly grateful to have such a strong and committed Board of Directors guiding us through this important year.  Thanks to them all.

So many volunteers are working hard to make the Triangle’s arts community stronger.  Please support their work with a donation.  This week, your donation will be doubled in our Matching Challenge! DONATE HERE!

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Is Triangle ArtWorks Having an Impact? Our Community Says Yes!

Although ArtWorks is only 5 years in, we are already making a difference in the Triangle.  See what our community has to say:

“We have an amazing community of creative people in the region but, for the most part, they labor alone. By encouraging collaboration, cross-pollination and growing resources, Triangle Art Works is filling a void in the local economy and providing support for our extensive arts cluster.” Dianne Reed, Chatham County Economic Development

“We need an organization to help us look beyond our next event or program and take stock in the collective riches we have as an arts community. We need help building a regional identity.” Leigh Ann Wilder, NCAC Arts in Communities

“I am particularly thankful for the real world, nuts-and-bolts approach that is the hallmark of their programming.”  Lynn York, Writer.

“Since Triangle ArtWorks has formed, we have been able to see our art events gain a much broader marketing base.  It has helped our community that is in the southern end of Wake County”.  Naomi Riley, Fuquay-Varina Downtown Revitalization Assoc.

“Triangle ArtWorks have fostered connections that I would not otherwise have made with other arts leaders in our community and beyond.” Annah Lee, Artspace

“When I saw a need for connecting, educating, and supporting local filmmakers, Triangle Art Works encouraged me. They introduced me to people who believed in the same vision, which helped grow our reach and therefore help more people in the film community.”  Camden Watts, TriFilm Society

“Many organizations have said that they have tasked themselves with integrating the arts community in the Triangle region and being a central resource for artists and arts organizations but Triangle Art Works is the only one I have found that is really walking the talk.” Frank Konhaus, Kontek, Cassilhaus

HELP TRIANGLE ARTWORKS DO EVEN MORE FOR THE TRIANGLE’S
ARTS BUSINESS COMMUNITY IN 2016.

DONATE NOW!

 This week – Give and your donation will be doubled!
We have a Matching Gift Challenge.
 Big or small – all donations matter to us!

 

 

 

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Behind the Scenes @ ArtWorks – Leigh Ann Wilder

This month, we are opening the doors and inviting everyone in to see behind the scenes at Triangle ArtWorks. Meet the people that helped us get off the ground in 2010 and those working hard today to keep us running. Learn why they are giving their time and talents to build this Organization to support you – the Triangle Arts Community.

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Leigh Ann WIlder and ArtWorks founder Beth Yerxa, back talking arts in a bar….how it all began. Leigh Ann Wilder

Leigh Ann Wilder

Leigh Ann was there at the beginning. Leigh Ann and ArtWorks Founder Beth Yerxa met while Beth was serving on the City of Raleigh Arts Commission and Leigh Ann on a CORAC Committee.  They spent months brainstorming around how to address some unmet needs they both saw in the Triangle’s arts community.  Togther they met and listened to people in the community and pulled together the “bones” of the idea for what is now ArtWorks.  While Beth took the idea and made it into Triangle ArtWorks, Leigh Ann was a founding Board member and served on the Strategic Planning committee.  Leigh Ann is now Arts in Communities Director at NC Arts Council and continues to be a champion for ArtWorks and sounding board for our Director.

Why are you willing to give your time/talents to support Triangle ArtWorks.

“From initial concept, Triangle ArtWorks was about collaboration and what could be realized if the arts groups in the Triangle were really talking to each other. I’ve been a board member, employee, donor, participant and volunteer among Raleigh arts groups for years. I’ve been to gatherings where the agenda was to bring Triangle arts groups together, but it was really a marketing pitch –more prescribed than organic.

The conversations about Triangle ArtWorks were wholly different from the beginning. These conversations were about vision and services and building a platform to support the creatives in the Triangle.”

Why do you think that Triangle ArtWorks is important for the Triangle arts community and the Triangle itself.

“Everybody in the arts are working at their capacity. We need an organization to help us look beyond our next event or program and take stock in the collective riches we have as an arts community. We need help building a regional identity.”

You too can support the work that Triangle ArtWorks is doing for the Triangle’s arts business community.  Donate here.  This week, your donation will be doubled in our Matching Gift Challenge!  Donate today!

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Behind the Scenes @ ArtWorks -> Nancy Novell

This month, we are opening the doors and inviting everyone in to see behind the scenes at Triangle ArtWorks. Meet the people that helped us get off the ground in 2010 and those working hard today to keep us running.  Learn why they are giving their time and talents to build this Organization to support you – the Triangle Arts Community.

Nancy Novell

 

Nancy Novell, a local potter, is currently Chair of the Raleigh Arts Commission and has long been very involved in the arts in Raleigh.   Nancy believed in Triangle ArtWorks from the beginning.  When ArtWorks began in 2010, she was a Founding Board member. She was one of the volunteers who stepped up to help with the huge task of research and writing to load the website.  As a Founding Board member, she also was involved in developing our initial Strategic Plan and a player in building the Organization you see today.

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Nancy Novell in front of a painting by Bob Rankin at the Little Art Gallery in Cameron Village, where she also works a few afternoons a week.

 

Why were/are you willing to give your time/talents to support Triangle ArtWorks.

Triangle Artworks was and continues to be quite a large undertaking. In the beginning, I was able to jump right in as we were reaching out, community by community, organization by organization, to determine the scope of what was already available and happening in all areas of the arts in the Triangle region. Working with the Board on collating information, determining the brand, and creating the website were all positive steps toward visualizing a coordinated Triangle-wide creative community.

Why do you think that Triangle ArtWorks is important for the Triangle arts community and the Triangle itself.

Serving as a collaborative arts resource for the Triangle’s creative community can strengthen and enhance all that the arts are and do in each individual community. Triangle ArtWorks has the vision to work holistically and bring all things arts related to one accessible clearinghouse.

Join Nancy Novell and others in supporting Triangle ArtWorks!  Make a donation to support our work to build capacity in the Organization. Find out more about this work here.

Donate here.

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Behind the Scenes @ ArtWorks – TJ McCain & Mohini Uchil

This month, we are opening the doors and inviting everyone in to see behind the scenes at Triangle ArtWorks. Meet the people that helped us get off the ground in 2010 and those working hard today to keep us running. Learn why they are giving their time and talents to build this Organization to support you – the Triangle Arts Community.

Today, we introduce you to one of our “office volunteers” and our current Intern:

TJ McCain and Mohini Uchil

L-R, Mohini Uchil and Teona (TJ) McCain

TJ McCain is a student at UNCW interning with Triangle ArtWorks this year.  She is studying sociology, but has interests ranging from photography to design to social media. Mohini Uchil recently moved to the Triangle from New Jersey when her husband was relocated with MetLife.  She has long worked in the insurance industry herself, and still does part-time, but was looking for a volunteer outlet in the arts to get more engaged in the Triangle community.  She found Triangle ArtWorks through an Activate Good posting for Office Volunteers.

Checking out the Frontier's riding desks....or pretty much a scene typical to every day these two are in the office together.

When they are not laughing, they are working for you!

Both of these women are best described as “forces of nature”.  They came into our office and, working with current office volunteers Lucy Gardiner and Cindy Hockiman (more on them in a future installment) began transforming it into an organized and streamlined, but crazy and fun place to be.  Triangle ArtWorks is lucky to have these volunteers on board and working for the Triangle arts community!

 

 

 

Mohini and TJ answered my questions together:

Why are you both giving your time and talents to volunteer for Triangle ArtWorks?

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Hanging at the Berlin Wall…down stairs from our office. This picture pretty much sums it up.

We absolutely love volunteering for Triangle ArtWorks. It is a non-profit organization like no other in the Triangle. It has taken the idea of the starving artist and smashed it to bits. ArtWorks brings the entire arts community together, from the painter to the dancer, the designer to the sculptor. You name any art form and Triangle ArtWorks covers it. That’s what amazes and attracts us to this organization.

It has also been an incredible learning experience working with Beth Yerxa, ArtWorks Executive Director. With her knowledge of art and law, her many contacts or just her down-to-earth spirit, she has made Triangle ArtWorks a great place to work. We also love the personal satisfaction we get working with an organization with such an incredible impact on the arts community . . .  it has been an exceptional experience. We can’t wait to see what the future holds for Triangle ArtWorks!

 

Both Mohini and TJ are getting the daily work done in the office, from keeping the site updated, to social media, to simple but necessary office tasks. Mohini is also our Partner Coordinator, working with our Partners to keep them informed and responding to inquiries or information from them.  TJ is working on some long range projects about how to better use social media, such as Flikr, to serve our community, and providing support to TEAL and the Board of Directors.

TJ and Mohini are working hard to support the Triangle arts business community and doing it simply for a love of that community.  Please share their enthusiasm and donate to help us continue our work.

Donate here.

 

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Support ArtWorks During Our Month of “Gratitude and Giving”!

TAW_bar_tagDecember 1 kicks off a “Month of Gratitude and Giving” here at Triangle ArtWorks! It has been a remarkable and transformative year for us. We’ve come a long way since a group of volunteers began this organization in 2010.  It is time to take pride in what we have built, but also a hard look at what needs to be done to continue our work.

During this month, follow our blog and social media, as we look behind the scenes at ArtWorks to meet the hardworking people who have volunteered their time and skills to create this great organization.  

 

Help us Continue our Transformation!

Triangle downtown development and arts council leaders helped us design and roll out the Tool-Kit.

Triangle downtown development and arts council leaders helped us design a Tool-Kit for promoting Pop-up Arts events in underused spaces.

Much like a start-up, ArtWorks is at the developmental stage where it has proven idea, but needs “seed funding” from people who believe in – and are willing to invest in – what we are building, to take us to the next level.

This year, thanks to a grant from Duke Energy, we have begun work with a local nonprofit consultant who is working hand in hand with our Board of Directors to, basically, rebuild our Organization from the ground up. We are already seeing amazing results, but we need financial support to continue this important work.

This month, we are raising $10,000 to continue this transformation work in 2016.

 

  • Do you believe in the value of the arts community to the future of the Triangle? Does your business rely on this region continuing to be a vibrant place filled with a diverse range of arts experiences and creative people? Then give to support Triangle ArtWorks continued work.

    L-R - Beth Yerxa, Triangle Artworks; Cong. Alma Adams (12th District); Karen Well, Arts NC; Rebecca Scoggins, Arts & Business Council.

    ArtWorks advocates for arts locally, statewide and at the National level – Executive Director seen here with Cong Alma Adams at Arts Day 2015. She is joined by Karen Wells from Arts NC (statewide arts advocacy group) and Rebecca Scoggins from Arts & Business Council, Mecklenburg County.

  • Do you benefit from Triangle ArtWorks services? Does our website and social media feed help you stay informed and benefit your work? Have you been educated in one of our legal workshops? Have you met collaborators or colleagues at our events? Then give what you can to keep us going!

Become a part of what we are building, by giving a little or a lot, to support Triangle ArtWorks.

DONATE HERE!

THE WEEK OF DECEMBER 14TH – DOUBLE YOUR DONATION! – Two donors have agreed to match your donations! Give $20, we get $40!  Give $100, we get $200!

 

A Transformative Year

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The arts are big business in the Triangle, so we believe they need to be supported as businesses. (Image from NCDCR “Measuring the NC Creative Workforce 2014 )

Volunteers have spent 5 years building this amazing platform and network to recognize, value and support the arts as a business community in the five counties of the Triangle Region. This community is a vital component within the Creative Economy, the development of which many see as vital to the future of the Triangle region. Our work is intended to help the broader community – as well as the arts community itself – shift their view of the arts from “charity” to “business sector” and to ensure that this community has the resources and support it needs to continue to thrive.

ArtWorks’ work in the community gained a lot of momentum this year, including these highlights:

  • Our first office space at the vibrant Frontier in RTP;
  • A successful Open House, bringing the entire Triangle arts community together in our new space;
  • Increased recognition of the need for the platform and network we are building;
  • Kicked off convening work for the Triangle Theater community;
  • Worked with attorneys from across the region to create Law + ArtWorks, which hosts monthly practical legal seminars and is working on longer range projects to address legal needs of the arts community.

If you are just discovering Triangle ArtWorks read more about us here and here.

 

 

 

 

Big News at Triangle ArtWorks – Capacity Building Grant from Duke Energy and New Board Members Take Us to the Next Level

TAW_square_tagTriangle ArtWorks is taking big steps forward this year, thanks to a capacity building grant from Duke Energy. Triangle ArtWorks is a nonprofit that is fast becoming a centerpoint for the Triangle arts community.

ArtWorks Already Impacting Triangle Region

This year, there has been incredible growth in the recognition of Triangle ArtWorks’ impact and the need for our platform and network. Working efficiently with volunteers and local partners has allowed us to create programs that are already benefiting the Region, despite minimal funding and an all-volunteer staff. Arts and economic development leaders across the Triangle recognize the impact this organization is already having, as well as the need for its expansion.

As Nate McGaha, Executive Director of the Carolina Ballet explains, “Triangle Arts Works serves a vital role in the infrastructure that helps the arts to survive and thrive in the area. They serve as a valuable resource for both artists and arts organizations by connecting, educating and energizing their constituents. They facilitate collaboration of ideas and resources across a variety of issues and projects, while also acting as a valuable advocate for how crucial arts and culture are to growing and sustaining the Creative Economy in the Triangle.” Dianne Reed, president of Chatham County Arts Council, adds “We have an amazing community of creative people in the region but, for the most part, they labor alone. By encouraging collaboration, cross-pollination and growing resources, Triangle Art Works is filling a void in the local economy and providing support for our extensive arts cluster. Their work is vital for the Triangle and its arts community.”

Duke Energy Grant Supports ArtWorks Transition to Sustainable Nonprofit

Thanks to a Capacity Building grant from Duke Energy, Triangle ArtWorks has been able to hire nonprofit consultant Maggie Clay Love to help ArtWorks reach the next step. Her work will include board development, and assuming additional funding, a full organizational assessment. ArtWorks’ success has stretched the minimal volunteer staffs’ capacity to maintain the platform and current programs, while also working on fundraising and organizational development. Love’s work will bring the organizational and financial stability needed to ensure that Triangle ArtWorks can continue to grow and serve the Triangle arts community.

Four Regional Leaders Join Triangle ArtWorks Board

Crucial to the success of this work is a strong Board of Directors. In its July meeting, ArtWorks’ Board of Directors welcomed four new members: Richard Holly, Brandon Huffman, Andrea Mia and Melanie Stoer.

Richard Holly
Rich Holly is the Executive Director of ARTS NC STATE, having joined NC State University in this capacity in 2015. Prior to his appointment at NC State, Rich served as the Dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Northern Illinois University, where he was also a Professor of Percussion for 32 years. Rich has been active in numerous arts ventures. He was a founding board member of the DeKalb (IL) Area Arts Council and active with the Rockford Arts Council. He was co-chair of the Higher Education Board for Arts Alliance Illinois, Panel Lead for the Arts in Education Panel of Chicago Public Schools, and collaborated frequently with the Illinois State Superintendent of Schools on a variety of arts initiatives. Active in arts advocacy, he frequently consults for arts organizations and school system arts programs. As a percussionist, Rich Holly remains active as a solo performer and clinician, and has appeared over 300 times at schools, colleges, universities, conventions and festivals throughout the United States, Europe, Canada, Asia and South America. Rich received his formal training at the State University of New York at Potsdam and East Carolina University.

Brandon Huffman
Brandon J. Huffman is an attorney at Hutchison, PLLC in Raleigh. His practice focuses primarily on interactive media, internet and technology startups. Brandon counsels creative clients on day-to-day legal and business issues, intellectual property law and strategic business planning. Brandon also chairs our Law + ArtWorks committee.

Andrea Mia
Andrea’s corporate career was predominantly in the film business, working with directors and writers helping them clarify their visions and see them through to the screen. She has lived and worked in the USA, Japan and the Netherlands. Andrea is determined to help leaders and creatives make high-impact sustainable behavioral change. The hallmark of Andrea’s work is helping clients generate insight and translate that into action quickly. Andrea’s client list includes a broad cross section of industries and cultural backgrounds. She has coached at UNC-Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler Business School where she has received a certification in Cross-Cultural Savvy and is currently training for accreditation with the International Coaching Federation (ICF) in Presence-Based Coaching. Andrea also has degrees from Columbia University in Philosophy and University of Southern California in Film Producing.

Melanie Stoer
Melanie Stoer is a local Raleigh glass artist and business consultant. After earning her B.A. in Business Management from Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland, Melanie spent 15 years in the business world working in marketing and analysis. In 2008, she was certified by Synectics World as a creativity trainer. As a trainer, Melanie works with clients interested in team-building and innovation to generate, nurture and implement new ideas, processes, etc. As a glass artist, Melanie exhibits her work at local shops and galleries, and participates in art festivals in Raleigh and beyond. She is also an instructor at Pullen Arts Center, teaching glass fusing and slumping to adult students.

TEAL hosts Fundraising Discussion with Christina Menges

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Want to build upon your development skills?

Come learn from area expert, Christina Menges, in our upcoming TEAL. discussion.

  • Tuesday August 11th from 6:30-7:30pm at The Frontier in RTP
  • Speaker: Christina Menges, Director of Development for ARTS NC STATE.
  • Light refreshments provided.

During this interactive discussion we will explore key topics such as:

  • How to meet potential donors/supporters
  • Improving networking skills
  • How to make “The ask”
  • How to market yourself or your organization for greater appeal to potential donors/supporters
  • Engaging and maintaining donors /supporters
  • Donor/supporter relationship etiquette

All in an interactive, discussion setting, where you can ask questions, share strategies and learn from the speaker and each other!  For more information, email us.  Let your friends know you are coming on our Facebook event page!

What? Never heard of TEAL?

Want to learn more about Triangle Emerging Arts Leaders (TEAL) – who they are and what they do?  Look at their Program page on ArtWorks Site.  For up-to-date information about TEAL events, check out their Facebook page!

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