Artists in Action: Income Strategies for Artists
Supporting artists is essential for the health, growth, and innovation of our community. If you are an artist looking to take your art to the next level professionally, join our Artists in Action webinars series, designed to give you the skills you need to turn passion into profit.
Looking to reshape your artistic financial journey? Join our workshop to discover unexplored potential earning possibilities beyond the conventional realms of art sales, grants, and day jobs. Delve into the world of consultancy, membership models, collaborations, and rentals – innovative avenues to amplify your income from expertise. Let’s also unravel the art of resource pooling, sharing spaces, tools, and equipment for mutual gain. Elevate your income possibilities while staying creative!
Presenter: Allison Wyper is an interdisciplinary artist who founded Rhizomatic Arts (http://rhizomaticarts.com) to provide consulting, services, and structures to help creative people work independently, not alone. She specializes in one-on-one coaching, intuitive website design, authentic marketing and communications, and collaborative exchange. Allison is also the Artists Knowledge Manager at the Center for Cultural Innovation.
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