NOW ACCEPTING BOARD MEMBERSHIPS!
Interested in becoming a MAPS board member? We are now accepting board nominations; please read the board job description below for more information. To nominate yourself or someone else please fill out form below.
Brigid Flynn has more than 15 years of arts administration and fundraising experience. She has worked at the Wexner Center for the Arts, the New York Foundation for the Arts in New York City, and served as the Director of Institutional Giving for the Saint Louis Art Museum from 2008-2016. She currently is the Senior Associate Director of Development for the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts at Washington University. She is a past board member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals-St. Louis Chapter and Creative Reaction Lab, as has been a presenter at several major conferences. She holds a BA from Loyola University Chicago and an MA from The Ohio State University.
Liz Deichmann has worked in commercial and nonprofit arts as a film producer, music talent buyer, and administrator. She is interested in working with artists and nonprofits to foster sustainable growth and innovative practices. She is a 2012 Community Arts Training alumna and co-founder of St. Louis Secret Sound Society and St. Louis Arts Project. Currently, she is pursing her MA from the University of Missouri—St. Louis and holds a BA from Saint Louis University.
About Midwest Artist Project Services
Founded in 2012, MAPS is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit that serves and empowers individual artists, collectives, and emerging arts organizations in the Midwest region by promoting new and sustainable growth through fiscal sponsorship, consultation, education, and providing access to best solutions for the current issues that affect artists.
MAPS offers free or lowcost resources for working artists in all disciplines—visual artists, musicians, creative writers, craft artists, theater and dance artists, filmmakers, and other originating artists— in the St. Louis region and beyond.
MAPS Fiscal Sponsorship program is supported by a grant from the Regional Arts Commission.