New Non-Profit Brings Art Back Into Our World

Auspicious Arts Incubator, a new 501c3 in Australia is looking for twelve special artists to welcome into their Transformation Program. On September 29, they will begin their 12-week journey from starving artist to thriving entrepreneur. Auspicious Arts Incubator believes that art has the capacity to expand the empathetic tendencies of the people it touches, and have made it their commitment to teach artists how to make money while doing what they love.

“We believe the nation is sliding into a dangerous place with shootings, depression, and apathy.   That needs to be turned around!” said John Paul Fischbach, CEO and chief alchemist, to Wired in a press release. “It is the creative artists of this world that will turn things around, but only if they are strong enough and have the resources to do so. We at the Auspicious Arts Incubator are committed to building them up.”

The training program, believed to be perfected by Auspicious Arts Incubator, will be a combination of coaching, interactive learning, collaboration, and mentorship. Their promise is that artists can thrive.

Artists interested in the program can get more information about applying for this transformation program here.

About Auspicious Arts Incubator

The Auspicious Arts Incubator, recently a 501c3 organization, is dedicated to helping build sustainable creative businesses by giving independent artists and small and medium arts organizations the business and marketing skills (along with the confidence) they need to thrive. AAI offers a full suite of training courses, mentorship and coaching for artists. For more information, visit AuspiciousArtsIncubator.org.

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A Bestselling Author, NPO Director, and Psychology Today columnist from Burbank, California, Allie Burke writes books she can’t find in the bookstore. Having been recognized as writing a “kickass book that defies the genre it’s in”, Allie writes with a prose that has been labeled poetic and ethereal.

Her life is a beautiful disaster, flowered with the harrowing existence of inherited eccentricity, a murderous family history, a faithful literature addiction, and the intricate darkness of true love. These are the enchanting experiences that inspire Allie’s fairytales.

Allie has been featured in VICE, Refinery29, and Women’s Health Magazine.

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