Every other month, a group of arts marketing professionals meet at the Centene Center for the Arts to discuss marketing problems faced by a wide range of organizations and provides actionable solutions in a collaborative environment. This group is free and open to any person working in any marketing capacity at arts and nonprofit organizations.  

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Upcoming Arts Marketers events

Drop the Mic — Letting Your Clients Take Center

Join the Arts and Education Council for Arts Marketers: Drop the Mic — Letting Your Clients Take Center Stage. This session of Arts Marketers will focus on the importance of authentic storytelling when fundraising, using Prison Performing Arts experience fundraising for marginalized populations as an example.

“Why should I care?” Knowing how to answer this question for donors is the cornerstone of fundraising. However, it can be challenging when you serve those on the margins of society. As fundraisers, we often tell compelling narratives about our program participants to help reveal their humanity. But what happens when we give them a platform to speak for themselves—when they become the storytellers and active participants in your organization’s mission? This session will offer strategies to help donors connect with stigmatized populations. You will learn how authentic storytelling and community collaboration can affect donors and ignite hope.

  • When: Tuesday, November 19, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
  • Where: Catalyst Innovation Lab, Centene Center for the Arts, 3547 Olive Street
  • Cost: FREE (registration required)


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Questions? Email Andie Murphy for further details.