Educational Workshops | Ages 18-21+ | center
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This workshop, ideal for those new to the nonprofit world AND for those with some experience in this arena, will provide essential information on nonprofit theaters and will demystify fundraising in the sector. Participants will learn the essentials of nonprofit start-up, where nonprofits get funding, how to prioritize funding sources and make them sustainable, how to make the ask, and more!  Come ready to learn, share, and be inspired by a presenter with over 40 years of experience in shepherding an award-winning theater company through a successful and exciting fundraising journey.

Presenter: Vince Anthony, Founder and Strategic Advisor, Center for Puppetry Arts

Time: 7pm-9pm

This program is presented by:

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Founder and Strategic Advisor
Vincent Anthony
After serving as the Center’s Executive Director for 41 years, founder Vincent Anthony stepped down at the beginning of 2020 and now serves as the Center’s Strategic Advisor. Under Anthony’s leadership, the Center has received a record 13 Citations of Excellence from UNIMA-USA, the US division of Union Internationale de la Marionnette, the international organization for the art of puppetry. He has received the Puppeteers of America President’s Award (1989); the Lexus Leader of the Arts Award (2001); the Georgia Arts & Entertainment Legacy Award (2007); and ARTS ATL’s Luminary Award for Outstanding Leadership (2019). He has served on review panels for the National Endowment for the Arts, Georgia Council for the Arts, and Theatre Communications Group. He has been a member of the Delta Airlines Global Diversity Alliance and member of the White House Disability Group. Since 1992, he has served as General Secretary for UNIMA-USA, and has served as an Executive Committee Member (1996-2004) and Vice President (2000-2004) of UNIMA International, representing puppeteers in over 65 countries. In 2016 he was inducted into the Atlanta Convention and Visitor’s Bureau’s Hospitality Hall of Fame.

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