About this Event
Have you ever wondered “how would philanthropy work for me?” In this 40 minute workshop you’ll talk to the founder of ArmchairPhilanthropy.com about different strategies you can use to leverage, inspire and motivate philanthropy of your artistic work. This is a grass-roots workshop for professional artists working for themselves ‘on the front line’.
A good funding strategy is a diverse one, and we will directly address how to leverage subscription philanthropy to reach a portion of possible philanthropists you haven’t reached yet. Artists who are curious about whether subscription philanthropy could work for them are most welcome.
We’ll look at your individual art practice and talk in detail amongst the group about you can inspire existing followers and audiences to shift to a subscription platform. We’ll talk about what you’re already doing so that others can learn and benefit from your experience, and you can learn from theirs.
There will be no ‘hard sell’ in this nurturing workshop: we genuinely want to see artists doing the best they can for themselves. Together, we’ll share our strategies, knowing that we are all in this together, and we can all “make it”.
About the workshop
After registration we will send you a few thought-provoking questions to consider before the workshop. Artists will share their approaches so we can work together to either improve them, re-jig them, or so that others may benefit.
The workshop will be held on Zoom in a collaborative discussion. You will need a suitable device, a free Zoom account, and an internet connection.
About the host
Sarah Grey is the founder of ArmchairPhilanthropy.com, but she’s also the co-founder and principal flute of the Australian Wind Symphony. Sarah has worked on stage and in arts offices for the last 20 years after graduating with a performance degree from the Canberra School of Music. In 2019, she created AP to fill a gap in the funding landscape. Sarah is a business-minded artist who enjoys lateral thinking to achieve a polished artistic goal.
This workshop is free, but places are limited. If we sell out, we will add additional sessions.