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  • Writer's picturePhillip Ratliff

Put down that paintbrush/shovel/scrub brush and read this!

Updated: Apr 26, 2020

I'm happy to talk about how clients are finding funding and redirecting staff to low-cost interpretive updates and installations with Backstory, Take five or ten minutes to complete the following steps:

Right now, there are grants through state historical commissions, humanities foundations, and arts councils passing along stimulus money. No, those funds won't replace earned income. But don't miss this opportunity to use new funding to add long-term value. Having a the right project in the works can orient your staff right now toward meaningful activity that will increase your value later.

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