Arts Roundtable

The Arts Roundtable is comprised of arts organizations from across Central Georgia.  The Rountable’s purpose is to foster collaboration, share best practices, advocate for the arts, and contribute to macon365.com, the community’s calendar of events,

Member Benefits

Bi-Monthly Roundtable Meetings

The Arts Alliance hosts six meetings each year open to all organization members featuring keynote speakers on community/non-profit topics, updates on the respective work of the membership, and discussion relevant community topics.

Advocacy

Every October, a committee of representatives from Arts Roundtable organizations hold an Arts Advocacy Breakfast. Macon Arts Alliance pursues funding, put together advocacy materials, and brings in a keynote speaker for the event. The breakfast is designed to build support for the arts, and grow partnerships within economic and community development initiatives and in local government.

Promotional Services

Member receive login credentials to manage organization, venue, and event listings on macon365.com with many events co-listed with Visit Macon. Events listed on macon365.com are compiled each week and sent to an email list of about 4,000 engaged recipients. Select events are featured in  Macon Magazine on a bi-monthly basis.

Mill Hill Community Arts Center

Members enjoy a 10% discount for rental of Mill Hill Community Arts Center for meetings or large events.  Rental agreements must be made at least 2 weeks in advance and are subject to availability.

Business Resource Center

Members enjoy access to the Macon Arts Alliance Gallery’s multi-function color copier/scanner/fax (up to 500 copies annually), and other office tools and equipment.

Personalized Consultation Services

Personalized consultations on professional development, grant writing, budget development, marketing, and cultural event planning (up to 4 per year).

E-blast from Macon Arts Alliance

Regular communication from Macon Arts Alliance, via email, about issues relevant to organizational members, including legislative efforts, opportunities, employment, and other arts and cultural information.

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