Artists Thrive: Raising the Value of Artists

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Artists Thrive Summit, Berea, Kentucky Summer 2019. Photo Courtesy Artists Thrive

Artists Thrive: Raising the Value of Artists

By Genie Davis

Artists Thrive is not a single organization nor is it a collection of organizations. Rather, it helps individual artists and support organizations to live up to their ultimate potential.

The best way to uncover the personal assessment tools Artists Thrive offers, and kind of community interaction it encourages, is to visit the site and take the profile test at https://www.artiststhrive.org/

Casey Summar, a Carpinteria-based consultant on the project, discusses the context and meaning of Artists Thrive.

“It came about as a result of conversations among grantees and other organizations that the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation supports,” Summar says, of Artists Thrive’s roots. The Tremaine Foundation funds innovative projects that offer practical solutions to basic societal problems.

“The foundation is the backbone support of this. The conversation really started with…

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