In 2013, PSG was chosen to receive financial support by Seattle Office of Arts and Culture and 4 Culture to participate in the 2014 Springboard Program through Commons 501. The gift provided 107 hours ($4,280) of consultant time and services for new governance and strategic planning to develop a sustainable roadmap for the association’s future. This generous gift was supported by a new website, rebranding and image update developed pro bono by community partners; the Art Institute of Seattle (gift of $14,000) and Michael Courtney Designs ($6,000) in 2014.
We are now halfway through the Springboard program. With the help of professional non-profit art consultants, we have developed a two-year, strategic plan for growth, value and marketing. Combined with our new governance initiative, mission and visions, PSG is preparing to launch its new image to promote and create visible opportunities for exhibition and development for its Membership.
As we move forward, we need you to consider the stakeholders/audience we are trying to reach, helping us develop an engaging narrative to promote our organization! Please share your constructive stories about our growth and development over these last 86 years! Now is a great time to campaign on behalf of PSG and further expand our community connections for exhibition and event partners.