Join Us for TCA’s Free Professional Development Webinar June 17

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Join Us for TCA’s Free Professional Development Webinar June 17

Free Professional Development Webinar Series       Please join us for a webinar on:  Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at 2:00 PM CDT      Register now!  https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6776557750676373517          

Fundraising During a Pandemic    A worldwide crisis makes fundraising a tricky proposition. Most likely you have been speaking with your donors about your organization’s needs during this crisis. If you haven’t, it is time to start. Find out what is working for other arts organizations at this time in our upcoming webinar. You will learn evidence-based stewardship strategies from Brad Carlin, Senior Consultant at TRG Arts. As the situation continues to evolve, we hope that this webinar can help you strengthen your relationships with donors and even start new relationships.         

About the Presenter:  

As a Senior Consultant at TRG Arts, Brad Carlin gets to engage, advise, and better understand some of the most impactful arts organizations in the world through their data and programs. Previously, Brad was the Managing Director of Fusebox Festival in Austin, TX. Brad has worked in general management and fundraising for SITI Company (NYC), Salvage Vanguard Theatre (Austin), and the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center (San Antonio).

He has been an adjunct professor of Arts Administration at St. Edward’s University and an alum of the Theatre Communications Group New Generations Fellowship, University of Texas LBJ School Strategic Management Program, and APAP Leadership Development Institute. Brad has served on numerous grant panels across the country and been a speaker at conferences in the US and abroad including the National Arts Marketing Project, UK Arts Marketing Conference, Magnetic North (Canada), TCG Annual Conference, South by Southwest, Grantmakers in the Arts, and Association of Performing Arts Presenters. He received a Master’s Degree in Arts Management from Carnegie Mellon University and a B.A. in theater from St. Edward’s University.n.   Please note that space is limited for this free event.

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