Date/Time: November 12 -13, 2020 See Schedule below for individual session times below. Join C4 Atlanta for this mini advocacy summit focused on helping artists and arts administrators build their skills and understanding of their power as community advocates. Join only individual sessions of interest or attend the entire event! Facilitated online via Zoom. Register to receive…

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Time & Location October 25, 2020 /2 PM-3:30 PM VIRTUAL Facebook Live About this event The Power of Words Author Panel brings together authors who utilize words to express powerful narratives, connection, and musing from a diversity of lenses. This event series ill take place virtually, for the foreseeable future. The author will share selections…

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A virtual discussion with: Donna HicksAssociate, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs,Harvard University Tuesday, October 13, 202012:00 pm – 1:00 pm, EDT Click here to access the Zoom registration link:https://harvard.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_E6MuieXASuqt5LDeMH5Snw Free and open to the public. About the event: “If we want to lead people, we’d better understand them,” says Dr. Hicks in her 2018 book, “Leading with…

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Many Women Talk A conversation with the featured artists of “here. there.everywhere.” A lively conversation between the curator and featured artist of here. there. everywhere to discuss Black Futurity, Freedom and the current state of Art. As well as what it meant to exhibit their work at such a time as this. Online, Tuesday, October…

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Make your vote count state by state. State voter factsheets Register for FREE webinar

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oin GCN and the WSB-TV Family 2 Family project for a special virtual program about promoting your nonprofit’s impact through television, radio, newspaper, and digital media. What makes this event unique is its presenters – panelists include the media veterans you’re pitching on a regular basis. Learn more about GCN Membership. https://gcn.org/events/Member-Event-WSB-TV-Family-2-Family-Nonprofit-Media-Summit

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Now more than ever, video is a great way to cut through the noise and tell your organization’s story for GAgives day on social media (and beyond). Join us to learn how Be the Bridge beat their GAgives on GivingTuesdayNow goal by leveraging video to tell their story and drive donations. Free with registration. https://gcn.org/events/GAgives-Using-Visual-Storytelling-to-Enhance-Your-Campaign

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Because of COVID-19, many performing arts organizations are considering live streaming events or presenting prerecorded performances online, but there are many legal issues for presenters and artists to consider before moving into this new realm of arts programming. On Wednesday, September 16 from 12-1 pm, Georgia Lawyers for the Arts (GLA) and Georgia Council for…

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Overview A professional development and networking opportunity for arts and cultural workers of color. The Emerging Leaders of Color (ELC) Professional Development Program promotes representative leadership and equity in the arts by:  Building a cohort of cultural leaders of color in the southern United States who are committed to the advancement of the arts.  Engaging diverse emerging…

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Conversations With Jazz Leaders About Their Musical Journeys The 35 musicians who comprise the Jazz Port Townsend faculty each summer are a priceless resource. Artistic Director John Clayton hosts informal 90-minute sessions with some of them, talking about experiences, colleagues, mentors and musical heroes that have shaped them. Expect inspiring stories (and doubtless a few…

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