Check us out at the Americans for the Arts Convention and at our welcome reception afterwards!
Attention West Coast Createquity fans – we’re having our first-ever Createquity Office Hours in your time zone next month! As a reminder, Createquity Office Hours is an informal gathering in which we turn a bar into Arts Nerd Central. Come with your questions, ideas, requests for career advice, whatever — it’s a great way forRead More
Get ready: Createquity Office Hours is coming back home to NYC! A full contingent of Createquity family members past and present will be in attendance, including past Writing Fellows Katherine Gressel, Jennifer Kessler, and Jacquelyn Strycker, current Writing Fellow Lindsey Cosgrove (we’ll be meeting her for the first time!), editorial consultant and newly-minted foundation executive Daniel Reid,Read More
After a year’s hiatus, Grantmakers in the Arts has resumed its practice of retaining bloggers to provide official coverage of its annual conference, which this year takes place on October 6-9 in Philadelphia, PA. The official conference blogger role is an important transparency measure because the GIA Conference is a closed convening; only grantmakers andRead More
In honor of the Americans for the Arts Convention, we’re having a special Createquity Office Hours event in Pittsburgh this June. I will be joined by intrepid past Writing Fellows Talia Gibas and Katherine Gressel on the night before the conference starts. This will actually be the first time that Talia and I meet inRead More
Our inaugural Createquity Office Hours event in Chicago earlier this month was a success, so we’re giving it another go in New York next week! Createquity Writing Fellows past and present Katherine Gressel, Jennifer Kessler, and Jacquelyn Strycker will join me at Concrete Bar, conveniently located on West 37th St. As a reminder, Createquity Office HoursRead More
As you can see from my previous post, I get around a lot these days for conferences and the like. Meanwhile, the network of Createquity Writing Fellows past and present is ever growing, and we now have representation in seven cities from coast to coast. So we’ve decided to try out a new concept hereRead More