In it’s December issue, Inside Philanthropy looks at the history and programs of The Clark Hulings Fund for Visual Artists, including it’s founding and vision.
Mike Scutari interviews founder Elizabeth Hulings: “While other outfits offered traditional artistic training and support, the fund, according to Elizabeth, sought to provide ‘the much rarer, equally important complement to that—business training and support. Artists need both to thrive.'”
Scutari notes the “intuitive” approach to supporting artists through business development, and examines CHF’s Business Accelerator Program and The Artist Federation, which will “‘create opportunities for artists to network—not at shows, but in scenarios where they can discuss their business activities.'”