How can we help you through this?
COVID-19 has drastically changed the world we live in. Livelihoods are endangered, dreams are at risk, and social connectivity is fundamentally altered. Scandiuzzi Krebs believes in working in partnership to improve our collective society and we grieve for the impact that this pandemic has had on so many amazing organizations and individuals.
We know how deeply local organizations and individual artists positively impact society. During this time of crisis, we want to support you in broadening your impact. This crisis threatens all organizations, if in varying ways and to different extents, and we must take strategic action to rally organizational supporters, community leaders, and philanthropists to work together to build hope for the future.
Beginning today, we are offering free 45-minute consultations for organizations and artists who are looking for support in determining the best way forward.
We are also excited to be working closely with others to present the Northwest Arts Streaming Hub (NASH), a virtual guide to live and on-demand creative work taking place in the Pacific Northwest. This exciting community-led initiative was birthed in direct response to the COVID-19 pandemic and seeks to help “artists find audiences, and audiences find meaning”. In addition to providing free promotional services and mentorship, we also instigate economic opportunity by encouraging audiences to donate directly to the artists. The beta version of our website can be viewed at www.nwartstream.org
We don’t know what the future will bring but we know we want to find out together. If we can be of support to you, please be in touch here.
The Scandiuzzi Krebs Team
Megan Ahiers, Quenton Baker, Josef Krebs,
Jennifer Lobsenz, Dominica Myers,
Lily Raabe, Carlo Scandiuzzi