SJCA's weekly bulletin provides helpful resources, updates, and webinars from across the field. Read on for highlights and visit for details and additional  information.

Questions? SJCA's office is still remote, but we can always be reached by leaving a message at (609) 626-3630 or by email at

Join SJCA and your South Jersey peers to virtually connect, look back at last year and talk about plans for the coming year, including announcing SJCA's new Executive Director!  

We are pleased to include "Creative Community Collaboration" a presentation and activity by Jun-Li Wang, Associate Director, Programs/Springboard for the Arts.

During this practical, interactive session, you'll get “best practices” for how to find and develop collaborations that expand and deepen your impactYou will do more than just listen, you’ll leave the session with the beginnings of a tangible plan of action! RSVP Today!

Springboard for the Arts shares award-winning approaches to building collaboration between organizations, agencies, and communities through working with local artists, tradition bearers, and cultural leaders. Collaborations like these are the key to strengthening the South Jersey cultural community. 

Don't wait, reserve your seat today!

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Did you miss an SJCA virtual event?

No problem! View all our past virtual SJCA programs on our YouTube channel.


Oct 20  |  12PM

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Revolution NJ

Revolution NJ is New Jersey’s commemoration of the 250th anniversary of the formal founding of the United States. The next quarterly meeting will feature updates on planning for the 250th anniversary. Register now!

Oct 26  |  4 PM

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ArtPride NJ Annual Meeting

Join arts professionals, artists, poets, writers, dancers, educators, advocates, musicians, and visionaries for ArtPride updates and a panel discussion with some of the philanthropic leaders that helped our community weather unprecedented challenges. 


Nov 12-13  |  1PM

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Registration now open for 2021 NJ History Conference!

The New Jersey Historical Commission (NJHC) will host the 2021 New Jersey History Conference, We're Still Here: Indigenous History and Persistence in New Jersey. The Virtual 2021 conference will explore the history, cultural heritage, and contemporary issues facing diverse Native American communities through the lens of New Jersey studies.

Nov 14   |  10AM - 4PM


Artists in the Park

Reimagine Runnemede is seeking local artists interested in a day of "Plein Air" painting in Runnemede Lake Park. Come enjoy the newly renovated nature trail and capture your vision of nature's fleeting beauty. The Runnemede Women's club will provide the first 12 registered artists with a boxed lunch. The event will be open to the public, who will be invited to hike the trail and observe the artists at work. Register ASAP!

So many opportunities! 

See the extensive list of Grants, Calls & Other Opportunities from the field on

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Live Music Society Grants

Live Music Society launched its relief efforts in the Fall of 2020 with the first phase of grants to 20 small music venues across the country. We are committed to giving $2 million in grants, ranging from $10,000 to $50,000, in our first two years of operation. Applications will be open September 28. Venues must ensure that the eligible criteria is met before applying.

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October 20th, 2021


2022 The Incubator for Arts and Culture Leaders of Color in Tri-State Area

NYFA will work with facilitators from Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) communities to provide leadership training and community support for up to 18 arts administrators from January 2022 to June 2022. By fostering the professional development of local arts and cultural leaders of color and strengthening their work in the field, the incubator aims to encourage the sustainability and success of their organizations as well as the equitability and diversity of the arts industry.

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December 6, 2021



Visit to view the full list of webinars and other resources!

SJCA compiles relevant webinars & convenings from across the field into a central resource with easy access to learning opportunities.

(These are not SJCA hosted programs, please address any questions with the host of each individual webinar. ) 

How to Build & Scale New and Existing Programs to Reach Your Goals


October 19, 2021 @ 1pm

Creating and expanding programs and services in a nonprofit helps lead to growth, innovation and delivery of services. Are you looking to expand or scale a program in your organization, agency or nonprofit? Need some guidance before dedicating a lot of resources, capacity and staff time? Program development, expansion and scaling is a process and takes time for staff, board members and volunteers. This workshop will explore methods and strategies to brainstorm and create ideas for the purpose of program development, scalability, sustainability and expansion.

Crisis Communication and Reputation Management for Performing Arts Organizations


October 20, 2021 @ 2pm

As professionals rise through the ranks, they will face issues that thrust them into the spotlight and threaten organizational reputation. A recent study found that 9 in 10 business leaders admit that the executives in their organizations need more training in core communication disciplines, such as reputation management and strategic communication. This class reviews elements of strategic communication that are essential before, during and after crisis events. It examines how your organization can best prepare to respond to crisis and restore organizational reputation.


Fiscal Sponsorship: An Alternative Path for Nonprofits


October 21, 2021 @ 12pm

Fiscal sponsorship is an alternative path for nonprofits to establish their mission and programming and enjoy the benefits of being a tax-exempt organization, without necessarily having to become an independent 501(c)(3) entity. This webinar will cover the legal basics of a fiscal sponsorship relationship, factors to consider when structuring and negotiating a fiscal sponsorship agreement, and tips on how to find the right fiscal sponsor.

ArtPride is seeking a Digital Content Manager

The ArtPride has an immediate opening for a full-time Digital Content Manager to create, manage, maintain, and improve a wide range of digital content to help the organization meet its goals.
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