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New Art Installation on Recycling in Old Sacramento

GOOD DAY SACRAMENTO – CBS JULISSA ORITZApril 27, 2021 The Atrium has released  a new interactive art installation in Old Sacramento that aims to educate the community about the growing…
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Earth Day Art Installation & Upcycle Pop – KFBK

Earth Day Art Installation & Upcycle Pop – KFBK KITTY O’NEAL NEWS 93.1 KFBKApril 21, 2021 Listen: Shira Lane, Founder and CEO Atrium 916, a sustainability-focused non-profit arts organization, talks…
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ATRIUM CEO NOMINATED FOR THE ILLUMINATOR AWARD

Atrium CEO nominated for the illuminator Award KARI THE LIGHT PODCASTApril 14, 2021 The Illuminator Award shines a light on people doing good things in their community. Illuminator Award finalists;…
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‘Citizens Of Planet Earth’ Now Accepting Video Submissions

CITIZENS OF PLANET EARTH NOW ACCEPTING VIDEO SUBMISSIONS KPVI – NBC NEWS STATIONMarch 30, 2021 TV series in production, Citizens of Planet Earth is seeking creative video submissions that will…
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Sacramento Honors Covid Victims One Year After Stay At Home Orders

The bags were filled with sand and lit by a group of City staff and volunteers, including Mayor Steinberg. Sacramento artist Shira Lane, founder of the Atrium co-working art and community space in Old Sacramento, shot pictures and video.

Creative Economy Meeting March 18

In this meeting, we have some funding and grant opportunities for independent creatives with deadlines at the end of March. This includes the California GoBiz Lendistry, PPP for creatives, California Arts Council Grants for independent Creatives. We will talk about programs the Atrium has available for creatives to earn income and other Sacramento arts organization opportunities in the works

Great House of Dance Tik Tok Classes

GOOD DAY SACRAMENTO – CBS Julissa Ortiz February 17, 2021 GREAT HOUSE OF DANCE There’s a new dance studio in Sacramento, and it’s run by a guy who knows a…
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Shop Local: Online marketplace helping Sacramento creatives – Sacramento.Shop

FOX 40 PEDRO RIVERA December 2020 It is important now more than ever to support local businesses, and a lot of people want to buy and support local, but don’t…
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Kip Bridges is upcycling political yard signs to art- ABC10

ABC 10 By Marcus Allen – ABC 10November 24, 2020 | Sacramento, CA Local Sacramento artist turns election yard signs into art installations Marcus Allen meets with Atrium resident member Kip Bridges…
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Politics-To-Art Events Collects Yard Signs To Donate To Artists In Sacramento County

CBS 13 NEWS By Richie Ramos – CBS 13Saturday, November 7, 2020 | Sacramento, CA Politics-To-Art Events Collects Yard Signs To Donate To Artists In Sacramento County SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) –…
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Virtual Storefront featuring works from local artists launches with support from city funds.

Funded by a grant from the City of Sacramento, local nonprofit group The Atrium has launched a virtual-storefront program to help local artists and creatives showcase and sell their wares.

Political signs to the arts community

FOX 40 LOCAL NEWS By by: Dennis Shanahan – FOX 40November 4, 2020 | Sacramento, CA Sacramento County supervisor candidate collects political signs to donate to arts community. SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL)…
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IT’S ON SUPPORTS ATRIUM

HIGHLIGHTING LOCAL ARTISTS WITH IT’S ON VIRTUAL POP-UP! GOOD DAY SACRAMENTO – CBSNovember 5, 2020 It’s On held it’s online shopping event as a fundraiser for Atrium 916 with Atrium…
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How Sacramento Visual Artists Are Surviving During The Pandemic

CAP RADIO By Steph Rodriguez– Cap Radio Thursday, October 29, 2020 | Sacramento, CA   How Sacramento Visual Artists Are Surviving During The Pandemic Before the Centers for Disease Control and…
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Art entrepreneur relaunching hub for creative types

SACRAMENTO BUSINESS JOURNAL By Emily Hamann  – Staff Writer, Sacramento Business JournalOct 10, 2020, 9:39am EDT Shira Lane has been working in the arts her entire life — but growing up she never thought…
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Creative Economy Meeting September 17

An online meeting for all creatives in the city of Sacramento. Sacramento allocated $6.9 million for another round of grant funding to help the Sacramento Creative Economy. $3.9 will go to Creative Artists, businesses, and nonprofits, $1.87 to City Cultural Assets, and $1.12, still to be approved by the city council, for Arts Education, healing arts, and mental health. This Creative Economy Meeting is to show you how to apply for the $3.9 million available to independent artists, businesses, and nonprofits.

The Atrium, an environmentally-focused coworking space and community center for artists received a $219,000 grant

SACRAMENTO BUSINESS JOURNAL Sacramento City Council on Tuesday allocated $6.9 million toward another round of grant funding to help artists, cultural organizations and others in the creative economy survive the…
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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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