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AB5 News, Workshops & Resources from Californians for the Arts
January 6, 2020 Corrections bill AB 1850 introduced by Assemblymember Lorena Gonzalez. California Arts Advocates continues to work with the author’s office, several other legislators and some unions to see if we can agree on any additional exemptions or clarifications for at least short term engagements (1x gigs etc) and workers providing limited engagement services to small budget tax exempt organizations. (Under 250k).
On February 25, SVCREATES hosted “Assembly Bill 5: What’s New and What’s Next?” for participants to learn about the latest updates to the legislation, how it impacts nonprofit arts organizations and the continuing efforts of California Arts Advocates to modify the law to meet the needs of the arts sector.
On October 7, Californians for the Arts hosted “Understanding AB 2257, Follow Up Legislation to AB 5, and Its Impact on the Arts Sector” for participants to learn about the latest updates to the legislation and new exemptions. Download their Understanding AB 2257: A Toolkit to Understanding the Follow Up Legislation to AB 5.
ArtsandAB5.info by Art Career Cafe
A Collection of Resources for the Arts and Culture Sector
AB5 Resources from Theatre Bay Area
Learn more about AB5, the new law that takes effect on January 1, 2020.
Americans for the Arts
Americans for the Arts is a national nonprofit organization for advancing the arts in America. Americans for the Arts is dedicated to representing and serving local communities and creating opportunities for every American to participate in and appreciate all forms of the arts. It serves more than 150,000 organizational and individual members and stakeholders.
California Arts Council
State arts agency with a mission of advancing California through arts and creativity.
Center for Cultural Innovation (CCI)
Nonprofit that promotes knowledge sharing, networking, and financial independence for individuals in the arts by providing business training, grants, and incubating innovative projects that create new program knowledge, tools and practices for artists in the field, and conditions that contribute to realizing financial self determination.
City of San José Office of Cultural Affairs
Agency supporting the development of a rich arts and cultural environment for the City of San José’s one million diverse residents and its many visitors.
Brown Law Group & WolfBrown
California Assembly Bill 5 and Worker Misclassification: Their Effects on Nonprofit Arts and Culture Organizations
Learn about the serious consequences organizations face when workers are misclassified as independent contractors, as well as AB-5 and its application to arts and cultural organizations, and what organizations should consider when planning for compliance with the law.
Center for Excellence in Nonprofits
The Center for Excellence in Nonprofits (CEN) believes that the most effective way to increase the capacity of the nonprofit sector is to strengthen and sustain the leaders and the board members of nonprofit organizations. CEN provides access to resources and programs, peer support networks, and personal consultation for Silicon Valley nonprofits.
National Arts Strategies
National Arts Strategies (NAS) develops market-leading education services for individuals who play a variety of roles in the arts and culture ecosystem: artists, cultural entrepreneurs, board members, staff members and executives. NAS provides open access to analytic tools and leadership frameworks through in-person convenings, the NAS website, and through Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs) on platforms such as Coursera.
Emerson & Church Publishers
Emerson & Church publishes fundraising, management, and marketing books for nonprofit staff and volunteers.
Financial Management Associates
Dedicated consultants from Financial Management Associates (FMA) have served major foundations and nonprofit organizations nationwide and around the world by helping them develop the capacity they need to fulfill their missions more effectively and efficiently.
Grantmakers in the Arts
A national network of private, public, and corporate arts funders, Grantmakers in the Arts provides leadership and services that advance the use of philanthropic and governmental resources to support the growth of arts and culture.
Arts Loan Fund
The Arts Loan Fund (ALF) was created by art funders to alleviate short term cash-flow issues for arts organizations. The fund has provided quick-turnaround loans for over thirty years and aids organizations in sound financial habits that advance their mission. Open to arts nonprofits and fiscally sponsored organizations in the Bay Area.
Northern California Community Loan Fund
Northern California Community Loan Fund (NCCLF)’s provides financing and expertise to strengthen low-income neighborhoods and enable disadvantaged people to build a better future. Clients include a number of local arts projects.
“We Are Enough: Equity, Inclusion, and Emergent Leadership in Silicon Valley’s Multicultural Arts Community”
School of Arts and Culture at MHP
The School of Arts and Culture at MHP is proud to release, “We Are Enough: Equity, Inclusion, and Emergent Leadership in Silicon Valley’s Multicultural Arts Community,” an academic “brown” paper detailing the Multicultural Arts Leadership Institute’s (MALI) origins and impact in Silicon Valley over the past decade.
MALI is a leadership development program for people of color deeply engaged in Silicon Valley’s arts, cultural, and entertainment sectors. To commemorate ten-plus years of leadership development, the School commissioned acclaimed folklife scholar, Dr. Maribel Alvarez, Associate Dean for Community Engagement for the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at The University of Arizona, to write an academic paper quantifying the impact of MALI and the program’s future. We Are Enough is a collection of anecdotes, quantitative data, and field level analysis that puts into perspective MALI’s success in helping to develop arts leaders of color.
Theatre Communications Group
Theatre Communications Group (TCG), the national organization for American theater fosters communication among professional, community, and university theaters. TCG offers its organization and individual members networking and knowledge-building opportunities, grants, advocacy, and more.
Theatre Bay Area
Theatre Bay Area is a theater arts service organization supporting the radical creativity of their members with access to educational, financial, and professional resources.
My Art Resources
My Art Resources is a comprehensive online source of information for artists living in Santa Clara County and nearby cities, providing information about local artists, art venues, local supplies and services, art events, art education, opportunities, informational blog posts, interviews, and more all in one convenient centralized hub.
Established in 1982 as the national service organization for the professional dance field, Dance/USA is a membership organization currently serving nearly 500 aerial, ballet, modern, culturally specific, jazz, and tap companies, dance service and presenting organizations, individuals, and related organizations.
Dancers’ Group serves San Francisco Bay Area artists, the dance community, and audiences through programs and services. In response to the needs of its constituents, Dancers’ Group has evolved to fulfill a dual function as a service organization and as a presenter of performance opportunities that maximize the visibility of dance in the Bay Area.
National Association of Composers USA
National Association of Composers USA is one of the oldest organizations devoted to the promotion and performance of music by Americans. The local San Francisco Bay Area chapter sponsors concerts featuring music by its members.