Become a member and consider joining one of our four committees. We would love to utilize your strengths and talents to help promote the arts and cultural resources of our area. Below is a brief description of each working committee and their responsibilities. For additional information contact us through the website. Thanks for your help!
Fund Raising is responsible for planning and implementing fund raising events and programs to satisfy their part of the annual budget. This committee also plays a key role in meeting with the finance committee to help establish the various income components of the annual budget including fund raising, membership dues, grant funds and other income sources.
Marketing/Communications publicizes events pertaining to GWACA, such as fundraising efforts, membership drives, annual meeting, and community outreach services. We will utilize various resources from within the committee to create press releases and make contacts with the local and state media. We can assist with logos, collateral materials, newsletter and the continued development, maintenance and marketing of the new web site: gwaca.org
Membership works to facilitate membership signup, establish a membership information list and develop a membership tier structure. They have obtained feedback from members of the arts and cultural community as to the area's greatest challenges, strengths as well as how GWACA can best assist the community as a whole. Under consideration is the establishment of Arts Focus Groups, in addition to assisting the other committees in the website set up. The membership committee welcomes new members. We appreciate visions and ideas that can help GWACA continue to grow and provide important arts and cultural services to its members.
Strategic Planning will be setting out the short term goals for GWACA that we feel can be achieved in a time frame of 12 to 18 mos. We will also establish a long-term view of the types of activities GWACA will be able to grow into as we develop the organization. Longer-range projections require careful planning and direction combined with resource assessment.