Seeing It Through is a curated professional development workshop series offering assistance to creative people, organizations, and those seeking cultural grants.
cccccccccccccccccSaturday | June 27, 2015 | 2:00-3:30pm
Audience Development Two-Part Workshop
Part 1: Defining and Targeting to Your Project's Audience Part 2: Using Social Media to Market Your Project w/ Ron Kavanaugh
Morris Park Public Library
985 Morris Park Avenue | 718-931-0636
Ron Kavanaugh is the social media coordinator for the Bronx Museum of the Arts as well as executive director of the Literary Freedom Project, a non-profit arts organization that supports the literary arts through education, creative thinking, and new media. At the Bronx Museum he manages the Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Vine, Tumblr, & Pinterest accounts.
ccccccccccccccccccMonday | June 29, 2015 | 5:00-6:00pm
Everything You Want To Know About Fiscal Sponsorship but Were too Afraid To Ask w/ Eileen Newman, Executive Director, Center for Bronx Non-Profits
Hostos Community College | 450 Grand Concourse 3rd Floor, JFK Room (located inside the main Hostos Dining Hall)
Prior to her appointment as the Executive Director of the Center for Bronx Nonprofits at Hostos' Division of Continuing Education and Workforce Development, Ms. Eileen Newman was the Director of Community Engagement and Deputy Director at the Tribeca Film Institute. She has worked in the non-profit sector her entire career. Prior to joining the Tribeca Film Institute, Eileen served as the Executive Director of the National Board of Review and Film Video Arts. Eileen has held leadership positions at New Visions for Public Schools and the NYC Department of Education. Eileen was a Senior Adjunct Professor at Adelphi University for 13 years and has served on numerous non-profit boards.
This series is made possible with funding from the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, NYS Council on the Arts, the Lambent Foundation Fund of Tides Foundation, Auchincloss Foundation, Inc., and NYC Council Members James Vacca, Andrew Cohen, Andy King and Melissa Mark-Viverito.
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