Supporting a living and a life for artists.
Celebrating 25 years as an organization and 5 years of our work in Fergus Falls, Springboard for the Arts’ mission is to cultivate vibrant communities by connecting artists with the skills, information, and services they need to make a living and a life.
When you make a gift to Springboard for the Arts, you support artists. We believe that artists are everywhere - in every neighborhood, in studios, in businesses, artists who are established and artists who haven't even taken on the name yet. When you make a gift to Springboard for the Arts, you support entrepreneurial development, access to healthcare, critical legal resources and innovative community development programs. You support 230 artist-led projects in our Incubator Fiscal Sponsorship program. You support rural arts and community development in our office in Fergus Falls.
This work is possible because of you - you as an artist, you as a fan, you as a collaborator, you as a donor. Thank you for your support. You know that art comes from artists, and you want artists to thrive in your community. Your generosity makes this possible. Thanks for giving on Give to the max Day, and every day.
To make a gift to an Incubator Fiscal Sponsorship project, please designate the project title in your gift or search for their GiveMN campaign page.
Explore more of Springboard's programs
Get professional support for making a living and a life as an artist: http://springboardforthearts.org/professional-growth/overview/
Break down barriers to healthcare with our Artists' Access to Healthcare program: http://www.springboardforthearts.org/health-wellness/overview/
Connect to legal resources that are critical in the 21st century: http://www.springboardforthearts.org/business-help/legal-assistance/
Find artist-led projects with the Incubator Project Directory: http://springboardforthearts.org/incubator-program/
Find artful ideas for stronger communities with Creative Exchange: www.springboardexchange.org
Meet the artists who make Springboard for the Arts with photos & Q&As on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/springboardarts/