Funding and philanthropy
Catching the eye of Government: Getting your arts group noticed
SAMAG convened a conversation discussing how your arts group can get noticed and backed by a new government, whatever it’s stripe. Speakers included Tony Burke MP, Shadow Minister for Arts and Kerri Glasscock, Sydney Fringe Festival Director.
Expert Exchange: Collaborative Giving
Giving was once a private activity, now it is an increasingly social. Our panel discussed the characteristics of donors that utilise collective platforms, including that of millennials and Gen-Xers so that small to medium organisations can pinpoint the most appropriate, tailored approach for them.
Expert Exchange: Philanthropy, more than the ask
A growth in the philanthropic sector is resulting in rapid evolution of how philanthropy is sought. Philanthropists are making data-informed decisions and are seeking more measurable outcomes. Hear our panel discuss how to take advantage of this new way or working, and how it really is about much more than the ask.
Arts Accounting and Tax Health Check: Tips, Tricks and Traps
If you’re an artist, run an arts organisation, or simply work in the sector, let us simplify your grants acquittal processes, introduce you to new accounting standards and expand on your arts organisation’s obligations when it comes to tax generally, and especially Fringe Benefits Tax. We are sure that you will also come away with a few tips for claiming personal tax deductions too! On Monday 30 July, we ran a two-part special event: Workshop: […]