Catalyzing the Creative Fund

Our friends at the Creative Fund are officially launching their project next Tuesday, June 28!  The passionate individuals behind the Creative Fund seek to fund performing arts programs all over Austin. Formerly known as Catalyst 8, The Creative Fund will build upon and share the success they had serving the Long Center for the Performing Arts by expanding their vision into the larger community.

Despite regional and national cuts to arts funding, The Creative Fund emerges as a beacon of support for local arts and artists. The Creative Fund will make local, breakthrough performances happen by fueling innovative, cutting edge works of art by Austin artists in any venue in town.

Come see what the Creative Fund has in store at Malverde Restaurant, June 28 from 6-8 p.m. The launch party will feature speaker and Creative Fund Board Chair Member Scott Lawrence, the unveiling of the new Creative Fund logo, light bites and drink specials provided by Malverde, and music by DJ Troupe Gammage from SPEAK.
During the event, you can help the project reach its goals by becoming a member. Membership is $300 annually payable in monthly increments of $25.

This event is free and open to the public, but space is limited! RSVP to thecreativefund@gmail.com and visit the Creative Fund’s official event page.

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The Austin Creative Alliance is a nonprofit performing arts service organization working to cultivate an environment where the performing arts can grow and flourish. We serve over 130 arts organizations with marketing, ticketing, audience development services; AEA paymaster, information & referral services — plus access to affordable health, liability, and event insurance. We also provide online professional development seminars, fiscal sponsorship services for emerging arts groups, host annual unified general auditions, annual theatre industry awards, and consistently advocate for the many benefits the arts bring to our quality of life.

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