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What does it take to launch a new charitable venture organization from the ground up?
Learn about the ArtsPond story here in all its fluid ups and downs, buoyant permutations and inextinguishable dreams. 

20 January
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Managing Creativity in a Digital World

Posted by:ArtsPond in Pondory, Recent News

ArtsPond, in collaboration with Theatre Ontario and BeMused Network, is pleased to announce the vision for Element:e, an open source, purpose-built arts management and impact reporting app for small creators and producers. 

18 January
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The Whole Can

Posted by:ArtsPond in Open Sources, Pondory, Recent News

ArtsPond Founder, Jessa Agilo, was honoured to be invited to share The Whole Can, a talk on our evolving vision for new collaborative platforms and technologies in support of the small arts community at CPAMO’s, Tilling the Field, on January 18.

26 March
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Arts Working Group

Posted by:ArtsPond in Pondory, Recent News

This winter and spring, ArtsPond has been working on convening the inaugural Arts Working Group on Charitable Venture Platforms (AWG). Open to individuals, arts and non-arts entities from across Canada, the proposed goals for AWG are as follows: 

22 February
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Charity Status

Posted by:ArtsPond in Pondory, Recent News

ArtsPond's provisional charity status application was recently rejected by the Canada Revenue Agency in a 10-page ruling. In response, the ArtsPond team is organizing a working group to advocate for the importance of charitable venture platforms. The first planning session is scheduled for Tuesday, March 8, 2016 from 4:30 to 5:30 pm.

30 September
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Burning Questions

Posted by:ArtsPond in Pondory

While our recent proposal to launch a three-year charitable venture pilot project was not successful, we are far from down and out, and not at all discouraged. Many burning questions remain on our minds. 

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