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Sacramento Creative Economy Meeting

This is a 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.

Good Day Sacramento: Mask Makers Studio

Good Day Sacramento (June 24, 2020) Listen in to Good Day Sacramento reporter Ashley Williams as she learns how you can help the creative community by buying masks locally made!

The Sacramento Observer: Black Lives Matter Artist Proud Of Capitol Mall Work

The Sacramento Observer (June 24, 2020) – Born out of the recent protests that rocked the city and the nation in the wake of George Floyd’s death, a mural along…
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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 (June 18, 2020) – Californians must now wear masks in all indoor public spaces, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday in an order designed to slow the spread…
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The Washington Post: D.C.’s ‘Black Lives Matter’ street art inspires similar giant slogans in cities nationwide

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 convened on a…
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Golden 1 Works with Local Artists to Create Face Masks for the Community

Golden 1 Center (May 28, 2020) – More than 1,000 face masks donated to local nonprofits Golden 1 Credit Union (Golden 1) teamed up with local artists from The Atrium to…
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Sacramento Creative Economy Meeting

The Atrium invites you to our ongoing Sacramento California Creative Economy Meeting series to share insights on how to adapt to the current marketplace during COVID-19. Governor Newsom recently announced that some businesses in the retail, manufacturing, and logistics sectors are reopening. As businesses ready for modifications, technology creativity and advocacy will become increasingly important, and as budgets will be cut and voices must be raised to ensure that any assistance that is being offered is also being offered to creative industry and budget cuts do not affect creative industries disproportionately.

Visit Sacramento Podcast: Shira Lane on New Mask Marketplace for Local Artists

Visit Sacramento Podcast (May 14, 2020) – With the need to wear masks seemingly here for the foreseeable future, Sacramento artists are stepping up to provide unique examples, giving people…
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Transforming Your Event into a Virtual Experience

How do you bring your donors and constituents together when in-person events are not a possibility? You cancelled your event due to public safety concerns, but you can’t cancel your…
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Ask An Expert: Tech Tips and Tricks for Successful Livestreaming

Join a panel of experts as they discuss and outline how to make your livestreams look and sound as professional as possible. Whether you are a novice who wants to…
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