Analog Intelligence is simple. We want to give "real human" creatives an opportunity
to continue their work through grants of direct financial infusions with no restrictions
to aid their physical, mental & financial health. These events are happening in multiple cities.
This one celebrates female creatives in Charleston.
Make a donation (suggested $50 or above). Nominate a creative female of any type,
in an industry. Join us at a private home (location revealed day before, and upon completion of donation),
for some amazing food, special bevvies, and a lineup of locals
(and a couple of folks from Music City who just may grace us).
We promise, if you love music, you won't want to miss this.
4-5pm Nibbles & Nosh
5-6:30pm Songwriters-in-the round
6:45 pm Grant Drawing
Who do you think is doing great creative work or who you are just proud of for moving the needle forward. That's who you nominate.
Absolutely not! I could be a writer, a chef, a painter, an accountant who is amazing with numbers, a photographer, a journalist, a social media guru. Think about what creativity means to you, and insert that female here.
Based on the number of attendees & donations at the event, we will make a determination of how many grants can be given. No grant will be less than $500 in value.
We will put all the names of the nominees in a hat, and start drawing until the $$ is gone.
No. (or -ish) Creatives may use it in a way that focuses on their mental, creative or entrepreneurial health. That could mean paying rent that is stressing you out, and getting an hour of studio time, or going to see the doctor.
Just agree to write a testimonial after and submit to this is noteworthy about how the funds helped you.