|Sent on:||Saturday, November 19, 2011 1:32 PM|
I'm interested (in displaying art). I have a few ideas.
Hey folks,Thanks to those of you who were able to make it to our Digital Fundraising meetup at Pivotal Labs last week. We had some really fantastic presentations from Big Duck, The Whitney Museum and Kickstarter, as well as what I thought was a really helpful and inspiring conversation on digital fundraising tools and strategies.Many of you have been asking for the presentation slides from the evening. The folks from The Whitney haven't had a chance to get theirs up yet (they had to rush off to the Museum Computer Network conference!) but will in the next few days. However, you can find the slides from Big Duck and Kickstarter below.Big Duck:http://www.slideshare.net/farra/digital-fundraising-artsKickstarter:http://slidesha.re/utgOkF
Farra of Big Duck also wrote a great blog post summarizing 12 ways to make your multi-channel fundraising campaign stronger: http://www.bigducknyc.com/blog/12_ways_you_can_make_your_campaign_strongerIn other news, it looks like we're about 90% locked in for an ArtsTech Holiday Party/3 Year Anniversary celebration on December 19th. Save the date! More details to come within the next week ro so, but if you're looking to get involved in preparation and planning, do let me know!As before, we'll be looking for some digital and/or interactive art to display. If you're interesting in showcasing your work, get in touch!Thanks and have a great weekend and a very happy (and tasty!) Thanksgiving!Cheers,Julia--
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