Creative Economy Meeting July 11

The Atrium is excited to host this meeting/workshop on how to apply for these COVID relief funds from the city and to share insights and hacks on how other creatives are surviving or thriving during these times.

Local Mask Marketplace Offers Same-Day Delivery in Sacramento

INSIDE SACRAMENTO Enter Atrium, a Sacramento nonprofit, has brought together a team of talented people to create locally made masks that ship anywhere with same-day delivery in Sacramento.  Funds raised…
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The Sacramento Observer: Black Lives Matter Artist Proud of Capitol Mall Work

SACRAMENTO OBSERVER Born out of the recent protests that rocked the city and the nation in the wake of George Floyd’s death, a mural along the Capitol Mall was an…
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Good Day Sacramento: Mask Makers Studio

GOOD DAY SACRAMENTO The Atrium, a nonprofit dedicated to creating a kind, creative, and sustainable future has built an online marketplace for local creatives to sell their handmade masks.…
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The Sacramento Bee: Californians must cover their face in public. How to wear masks and where you can get one

THE SACRAMENTO BEE Californians must now wear masks in all indoor public spaces, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday in an order designed to slow the spread of COVID-19. The mandate includes taxis, ride…
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Creative Economy Meeting June 11

Creative Economy Meeting June 11, 2020 Virtual Creative Economy meeting  with community leaders and creatives on the Black Lives Matter movement and what work needs to get done to help…
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Meet the man behind Sacramento’s Black Lives Matter mural near Capitol

KCRA 3 SACRAMENTO Sacramento, Calif. – Demetris Washington painted the ground mural neat the State Capitol so everyone can see that racism is impacting so many lives and that Sacramento…
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D.C.’s ‘Black Lives Matter’ street art inspires similar giant slogans in cities nationwide

THE WASHINGTON POST Washington Post (June 8, 2020) – The sun had been up for only about an hour Sunday morning when Charman Driver and about a dozen other people…
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Black Lives Matter street art is showing up in cities across the US. Here’s a look

FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM The Atrium, It started in Washington, D.C., where artists painted words “Black Lives Matter” Friday in bright yellow paint on a street leading to the White House. …
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Cities Across the US Are Painting Massive Black Lives Matter Slogans on Their Streets, Following in the Footsteps of Washington, DC

ARTNET NEWS In Washington, DC the words “BLACK LIVES MATTER” appeared on Friday night in 35-foot-long yellow letters across two blocks directly north of the White House.  The mural, commission…
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