Announcing | Doctor’s Hours “On Call” Consultant Sarah Hart Corpron
Fundraising, grant writing, and project management consultant available for appointments this May and June.
Are you an artist, creator, or art administrator in need of some career advice? The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is pleased to introduce new Doctor’s Hours On Call consultant Sarah Hart Corpron. The program, which debuted in March, expands upon NYFA’s popular Doctor’s Hours program to provide one-on-one remote consultations with arts consultants via Skype. Those who are interested can schedule an appointment to receive practical and professional arts career advice at their own convenience.
Sarah Hart Corpron specializes in arts and culture-specific fundraising, grant writing, business planning, and project management. Her professional focus is to provide opportunities and resources to artists interested in career growth and project planning and to support the professional lives of creators and cultural administrators in holistic and meaningful ways. Hart Corpron will be available during the months of May and June to offer feedback for artists of all disciplines on grant or funding proposals (including budgets), project proposals, and cover letter and resume review for art administrators. Participants are able to attach up to two documents for advance review. Please make sure to include a link to the desired opportunity or organization website, if applicable.
You can register for 30-minute or 45-minute (recommended for large grant application review) one-on-one appointments with Hart Corpron. Click here to view helpful instructions on how to participate in Doctor’s Hours On Call.
Title: Doctor’s Hours On Call for Curators, Filmmakers, and Visual and Multidisciplinary Artists
Time: Appointments available May – June, 2019
Location: Online via Skype
Cost: $65 per 30-minute appointment or $90 per 45-minute appointment; both include advance material review
Register: Click here to register
Questions: Email [email protected] with the subject line: “Doctor’s Hours On Call”
Austin, TX-based Sarah Hart Corpron has worked within the private and non-profit arts sector for over 12 years with extensive experience in fundraising, grant writing, business planning, and public project management. She has supported artists in successful grant applications of all sizes (from local or state funding awards to larger national awards like the Creative Capital grant). She also specializes in helping artists with the development and execution of multi-disciplinary community arts projects of all sizes.
Most recently, Hart Corpron was the Director of Business Services at the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), overseeing program operations that included Fiscal Sponsorship and NYFA Coaching. Prior to living in New York, she was the Programs Director at the community-focused nonprofit organization Visual Art Exchange (VAE) in Raleigh, NC. At VAE, Hart Corpron managed education and outreach programs for emerging artists as well as the organizing of an annual open-source creativity festival, SPARKcon. In addition to her work in the non-profit sector, Hart Corpron also worked as artist liaison and events manager for a private fine art gallery, ArtSource, for over three years.
Hart Corpron earned her BA degree in Art History and her BA degree in History from Sweet Briar College in Virginia, as well as a Certificate in Nonprofit Management from Duke University’s Center for Continued Education. Most recently, Hart Corpron completed her Masters of Arts Administration through Goucher College. Currently, Hart Corpron is pursuing an alternate career as the Operations Director and co-owner of a family-centered dental office in Austin, TX, while maintaining a strong connection to the arts sector as an independent fundraising, grant writing, and business consultant for individual artists and as a volunteer within her creative community.
Image: Sarah Hart Corpron, Courtesy of Sarah Hart Corpron