Crowdfunding can be incredibly hard and time-consuming. It can also be a highly effective way of securing additional funding for your project, and building an audience for your work at the same time. With limited time and resources, this event will equip you with the tools to ensure your campaign has the best possible chance of reaching or even surpassing its goal.
Learn about the ins and outs of running a crowdfunding campaign from Kickstarter’s Senior Performance Lead, Jessica Massart, and gain an invaluable insight into crowdfunding from guest artists including Sarah Blanc. The workshops will cover the necessary building blocks of a successful campaign, including setting the right goals, effectively telling your story, creating manageable rewards, and building your community.
Throughout the evening, you will:
– Learn what to expect when building a crowdfunding campaign
– How to broaden and diversify your reach
– What to expect after your campaign
– Helpful strategies and best practices
STAMP is a group of venues and organisations based in London who supports and produce new theatre and performance work. STAMP’s mission is practical collective action to improve the ways in which artists are supported by our organisations and the industry, and are valued in society more widely.
Current STAMP members include: The Albany, Almeida Theatre, Applecart Arts, Arcola Theatre, Artsadmin, artsdepot, Battersea Arts Centre, Barbican Centre, Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Bush Theatre, Camden People’s Theatre, China Plate, Donmar Warehouse, Finborough Theatre, Fuel Theatre, Gate Theatre, GLYPT, Graeae, Hackney Showroom, Improbable, Jacksons Lane, Little Angel Theatre, National Theatre, New Diorama Theatre, Old Red Lion Theatre, Old Vic, Omnibus Theatre, Ovalhouse, Park Theatre, Penned in the Margins, Pleasance Theatre, Poplar Union, Rich Mix, Riverside Studios, Shoreditch Town Hall, Soho Theatre, Stratford Circus Arts Centre, Talawa, Tamasha, Theatre Delicatessen, Theatre503, Unicorn Theatre, The Yard, Yellow Earth and Young Vic.
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