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Lack of Funding to Support Individual Artists
One of the biggest challenges that we have as a nonprofit organization is functioning successfully as a business and making sure that our artists are always compensated for their work, rather than having to work as a nonprofit that is always looking for donations and grantfunding. One of the barriers I think we have to making sure our artists can thrive is the lack of funding, period. There is little funding to support individual artists in their work, or funding to engage individual artists into the culture of an organization.
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