Displaying 6 members whose Company/Organization starts with 'M'
Marin Arts Council
For 26 years, the Marin Arts Council has championed the arts, ensuring that the arts are woven into Marin s infrastructure, making our quality of life one of the best in the nation. We support artists by providing grants, sponsorships and programs that provide direct financial support to keep artists and future artists living and working in Marin. We promote the arts through major civic celebrations, by showcasing and promoting local performing artists and arts organizations, and by advocating for increased funding and recognition of the arts overall. The Marin Arts Council engage the community by bridging cultural, economic and social divides, by working to ensure access to the experience and practice of the arts to every resident in Marin, and most especially to those with limited resources and opportunities.
McLean Fine Art provides visual artist career coaching, including guidance and instruction on career development and art marketing, to groups and individuals
A. McLean Emenegger has been providing artist career coaching and business of art workshops since 2004. She has presented her lectures and workshops through the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, Santa Monica Museum of Art, UCLA Extension, Los Angeles County Arts Commission, Santa Monica College, Center for Cultural Innovation, Pasadena City College among many others. The former managing editor for the visual art publication THE Magazine L.A., she currently serves as Contributing Editor for the international artist collection magazine Bluecanvas, and writes their artist advice column. Ms. Emenegger launched the art consultancy firm Milo + McLean in 2010 and founded McLean Fine Art in 2004. As Director of Bandini Art Gallery, Culver City, CA, she curated many of its critically recognized exhibitions. She served as Executive Director of the visual art nonprofit Gallery 825/LAAA, and presented numerous exhibitions and educational programs that received public and critical acclaim. Prior to Gallery 825, she worked at the Santa Monica Museum of Art. Her independent curatorial projects have been reviewed in the LA Times, Artweek, Artscene, Review Magazine, The Huffington Post, among others. Her art reviews and articles have been featured in multiple publications, including flavorpill. She is also a visual artist.
I have provided workshops for and career counseling through CCI since 2004 (approximately).
Topic(s): Career Development: Multiple Topic Business Training; Marketing/Communications
Kim is a certified coach, and a trainer and facilitator. She is on faculty of Leadership That Works. Kim coaches individuals, executives, partnerships and teams toward effective, values-driven performance. Through systems assessment and coaching she helps teams discover greater self-awareness, productivity and positive interaction.
Topic(s): Executive Coaching; Facilitation; Leadership; Management Training
Location(s): San Francisco Bay Area; California Statewide; South Bay Area Phone: 510-534-5160 x Email: Website: http://www.mesacoaching.com
Money Positive Cooperative
Money Positive is unscary financial planning for everyone. We provide compassionate personal and practice financial guidance for artist who are wanting to get organized and get some time and energy back.
Topic(s): Financial Management and Accounting; Career Development: Multiple Topic Business Training
Morrie Warshawski has worked in the nonprofit arts and culture sector for over thirty years, bringing a commitment to the core values of tolerance, thoughtfulness, transparency, and creativity. He served as the Executive Director of three nonprofit arts organizations (the last one being Bay Area Video Coalition in San Francisco). Since 1986 he has been a consultant specializing in Strategic Planning with nonprofit organizations throughout the US (large and small and in every arts discipline), state arts agencies, local arts council, and community cultural planning with cities and counties. He served for six years as a consultant and regional coordinator for the National Endowment for the Arts’ Advancement Program, which provided fifteen months of planning support for arts organizations. As a writer, he created A STATE ARTS AGENCY PLANNING TOOLKIT for the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies; and a website on planning for the NEA called “Lessons Learned.” He is the author of many articles, and of two books on fundraising: THE FUNDRAISING HOUSEPARTY: HOW TO PARTY WITH A PURPOSE AND RAISE MONEY FOR YOUR CAUSE – 2nd Edition; and SHAKING THE MONEY TREE: THE ART OF GETTING GRANTS AND DONATIONS FOR FILM AND VIDEO – 3rd Edition. Morrie is the moderator for, and originator of, the “Strategic Planning for Nonprofits” Group on LinkedIn (with 75,000 members worldwide).
Topic(s): Fundraising; Career Development: Multiple Topic Business Training; Management/Strategic Planning