a partnership of the Arts Council, Tipitina's Foundation, and Tulane Law School, seeks volunteer attorneys for 2011. A unique, award winning program spearheaded by supervising attorney Ashlye Keaton, the ELLA Project provides pro bono legal assistance to low to moderate income artists, musicians, and grass roots non profits. ELLA is currently seeking volunteers in the following areas:
Non Profit Incorporation
General Non Profit Assistance
If you, or an attorney you know is interested in assisting with ELLA, please call Gene Meneray at 504-523-1465, or email us.
Can't volunteer but want to support ELLA? Make a donation today!
ArtsNewOrleans.org weekly e-letter covers local arts events, workshops, products and other cultural opportunities within the Greater New Orleans region.
Presented by the Arts Council of New Orleans, this weekly email reaches more than 17,000 opt-in subscribers direct to their email inbox. Take advantage of this opportunity to place your message in front of active consumers interested in local arts and culture.
For more information on sponsorship or advertising on ArtsNewOrleans.org please contact: Lindsay Glatz at (504)304-2925 or LGlatz@artscouncilofneworleans.org
The Arts Council restored and reinstalled "Rising Disc" by Terry Weldon to coincide with the 55th Anniversary of Pontchartrain Park celebrated Nov. 14th, 2010. The sculpture was originally commissioned by the Percent For Art Program in 1990, was removed for maintanence in 2004, and has been waiting for the park renovation to be completed post-Katrina to be reinstalled. Read more about Pontchartrain Park celebration here: http://www.nola.com
Social media is all the rage these days, but how can artists and organizations use it to engage their audience? Recently, the Arts Council asked Amanda Frentz , Development Associate with New Orleans City Park to present a webinar on how City Park has used social media, specifically Facebook and Twitter. to expand their marketing, dialogue with their patrons, and encourage new donors. You can now
view this webinar on demand via free streaming.
Running a little over 30 minutes, the webinar covers what type of things to post, how often to post, and what the ultimate goal is, along with tracking your successes, managing the time you spend on social media, how to use photos and videos to enhance your patrons experiences, and more.
As a not-for-profit financial cooperative, RiverLand's earnings are returned to their members in the form of lower rates on loans, higher dividend rates on savings and investments, and convenient fee-free services.They have free checking accounts, free debit cards, free phone banking (toll-free), free online banking, extensive ATM Network, affordable low-rate loans, and no annual fee MasterCards allow you to conveniently manage your accounts any time, regardless of where you live.
In our support of the Arts in New Orleans, RiverLand Credit Union membership eligibility is extended to all members of the Arts Council of New Orleans.
Arts Council membership starts at $60 a year, and you can
join online here,
or call us at 504-523-1465.
For more information on RiverLand, Questions? Call 504.576.5800 or 800.586.4RCU(4728) or visit us at www.riverlandcu.org.
Participate in the Arts Council’s newest project by creating an artist, arts group or venue profile on ArtsNewOrleans.org. This webinar provides you with the step by step instructions to add your information to the website and details on:
- Promote your work
- Adding photos & videos
- Managing and changing your content
Take advantage of this simple and FREE way to promote yourself on New Orleans’ premier arts online resource.
Please click here
to stream the webinar.
This webinar is made possible by support from the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation, the Joan Mitchell Foundation, and the RosaMary Foundation.
NolaFunGuide is now officially ArtsNewOrleans.org!
The Arts Council is proud to report that since launching this project in 2007, we’ve grown to nearly 15,000 site subscribers. But we know we can’t rest on our past success and have been listening to your suggestions on how to improve NolaFunGuide. We set a mission to redevelop the site as ArtsNewOrleans— to help build community, empowers artists and attract new audiences to the arts.
Take a look and let us know what you think. We would love to hear your suggestions on how we can improve and keep moving forward- because this site is made to work for you. Interested in learning more? See below for details on next week’s ArtsNewOrleans.org webinar and informational session to learn how to make the site work for you.
Hope you enjoy exploring ArtsNewOrleans.org and continuing to discover our creative culture.
On May 19th, 2010 artists Kyle Bravo, Tami Curtis Ellis, and Steve Martin joined the Arts Council to present "Having an Artist Run Gallery." The Arts Council is happy to now be able to offer an audio recording of this workshop for free streaming.