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Two new pieces for the FAI 5×5 show on 5/5/14 at 5:55pm. I did a multilayered drip painting (new technique for me) on canvas and a 3D piece with slivers of salvaged exotic wood (past project fragments) within the supplied frame (after removing the canvas). Both are for sale on May 5th at the FAI with all proceeds supporting their educational programs.
On display all month (October) at the Edmond Fine Arts Institute.
That’s right, I finally updated (overhauled) the Share Furniture website with a little help from my friends at T&S Web Design. Check it out when you get a chance. Also, I am showing (and curated) a functional art show at the Edmond Fine Arts Institute. I reached out to some of my favorite local artist/craftsmen for this one. The show includes furniture, lighting and original art of Kyle Golding, George Wilson, Joe Slack, Ron Ferrell, Hugh Meade & Klint Schor. The opening is Thursday, October 3rd 5-7 and the exhibit runs the entire month. Free admission and everyone is invited.
I am working to update my website, the Share Furniture website and my other ways of sharing my art and creativity via social media. More updates soon, including my Flickr page.
During a recent PRSA board meeting about a yearly non-profit development day called PR360, the question was raised: “What type of presentations would benefit both non-profit and for-profit PR professionals?”. How can the pR360 meeting help all PR practitioners? I blog a lot about non-profit PR and marketing, so I thought a roundup of post would help spur on some conversation about the similarities and differences between these two types of communications. Enjoy!
The Perfect Pitch: How do you secure sponsorships – Looking at sponsorship request from both sides of the conversation
Audience Development for Traditional Arts Organizations – Running an orchestra or museum like a corporation by focusing on new market development
Economic Impact of the Arts – Art creates positive economic impact in the State of Oklahoma
Business Possibilities For Creativity in OK – Embracing the creative class is good for business and non-profit organizations
Expert Non-profit Direct Mail Tips – Many of these tips are non-profit specific, but many will improve any direct mail program
BONUS: “Creativity In PR” presentation for PRSA Little Rock (video)
On my business site The Golding Group, we also discuss improving non-profits via business techniques:
Cher Golding’s Top 5 Tips for Nonprofits – Good ideas everyone can use
Community Engagement is Good For Business – Why corporate/non-profit partnerships make sense
How to Start a 501c3 Non-Profit Organization – More complicated than you think
Overall, there are so many ways for-profit and non-profit marketing and PR professionals can learn from each other. The key is to begin the conversation. What ideas do you have for corporate and charity collaborative learning?