Neda Ulaby on NPR’s Morning Edition featured the DC APA Film Festival (and our priceless staff member Christian) on a piece about our fiscal sponsor organization, Fractured Atlas. Using Fractured Atlas allows artists and arts projects to solicit and retain funds without having independent federal tax-exempt status (501(c)3). Many small arts organizations use this business model because it allows them to receive oversight and structure so they can focus on developing their programs without being weighed down by some of the administrative burdens that come with maintaing a business or nonprofit. We have found Fractured Atlas particularly helpful in assisting us when applying for grants, receive discounts and referrals for things like insurance and products, and provide general knowledge about running a successful organization. Listen to the piece here.
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Departures is one of the many film offerings from Film Fest DC’s New Japanese Cinema! series, highlighting a culture of seemingly endless gentle beauty and social complexity.
The Opening Night Gala will take place on Thursday, April 16, 7:00 PM, at the Harman Center for the Arts, followed by a reception. Tickets are $45.00.
See the complete schedule here
Dear DC AAPI Caucus,
If you have not heard already, we have incredibly disappointing news regarding the DC Office of Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs (OAPIA). In Mayor Fenty’s 2010 budget proposal, the office will be eliminated completely with the budget zeroed out. The office’s services will be transferred within the Office of Community Affairs and at least 60% of the current OAPIA staff will be eliminated. Read the rest of this entry »