Fractured Atlas Productions

For Bay Area Performing Arts Spaces

  • Amount
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  • Date Awarded
  • Term
    36 Months
  • Type of Support
A grant to Fractured Atlas Productions will support the organization’s partnership in Bay Area Performing Arts Spaces, a dynamic online marketplace that links available performance and rehearsal spaces with artists and organizations. The web site launched in 2011 as a joint project of Theatre Bay Area, Dancers Group, and Fractured Atlas. With displacement remaining a critical issue in the region, Bay Area Performing Arts Spaces continues to be an important resource for artists and arts organizations. Renewed funding will support marketing of the site to potential users, and help to maintain the number and quality of space listings.
About the Grantee
PO Box 55, Hartsdale, NY, 10530-0055, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for the Bay Area Cultural Asset Map  
A grant to Fractured Atlas would support the organization’s ongoing development and maintenance of the Bay Area Cultural Asset Map, a web-based cultural mapping and data aggregation software tool launched in 2010. In partnership with local service organizations Theatre Bay Area and Dancers Group, Fractured Atlas has made some of the tool’s features available to the public, although the bulk of its functionality is currently restricted to Hewlett Foundation use. During this grant period, Fractured Atlas plans to refresh data sources, continue to provide technical support to local users and nonprofit partners, and prepare for a public launch of the Bay Area Cultural Asset Map in 2014 as part of the Initiative for Sustainable Arts in America, for which the Foundation awarded a grant to Harvard University in 2012.
for American Dance Abroad  
American Dance Abroad, a project fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas, is a comprehensive 5-day symposium for international dance presenters and local dance companies to take place in the San Francisco Bay Area in the fall of 2013. The symposium will follow a successfully implemented model from New York City in 2012 that includes live performances featuring local dance companies, open rehearsals, panel and roundtable discussions, and site visits to important regional dance venues and organizations.
for the videoconferencing project  
Fractured Atlas is a national nonprofit arts organization that provides important technological infrastructure to artists, nonprofit arts organizations, and funders across the United States. The Performing Arts Program has worked with Fractured Atlas on the creation of the Bay Area Cultural Asset Map (BACAM) project. This videoconferencing grant to Fractured Atlas will allow the organization to save money on travel costs associated with BACAM as well as other projects, and will also allow higher quality telecommunication between Fractured Atlas and its national partners.

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