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Working: Artist Professional Development Series, Fundraising

KST Presents

Wednesday, April 15
6:00pm – 8:00pm

KST’s Alloy Studios
5530 Penn Ave

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Working is a professional development series for artists, built to equip attendees with project management skills, industry specific knowledge and out-of-the-box tools to advance their careers. Each session focuses on a different aspect of the administrative side of being an artist. From project management to fundraising, compliance, and storytelling, we’ll talk about the business of being an artist. Join us every third Wednesday from January to May to learn and share with industry professionals and artists at all stages of their careers.

Wednesday, April 15, Fundraising

From foundation grants to individual giving, we will dig into the various realities of fundraising, build the beginnings of a grants calendar and look at planning a crowdfunding campaign.

 

Check out these additional Working sessions…

 

Wednesday, January 15, Open House

The Open House welcomes artists into KST’s Alloy Studios for a tour of the spaces and an opportunity to meet with KST staff. Get an overview of our programs in general and an outline for the rest of the Working series to come!

Wednesday, February 19, Project Management

How do you take an idea for a performance, a dance, an installation, into a practical and logistical realization? We will talk about timelining, building and resourcing a budget, and what it takes to bring your project to fruition.

Wednesday, March 18, Compliance

Being an artist means running your own business. And being in business means having insurance and filing taxes. This session will look at the basics for being an artist in legal terms; fiscal management, tax compliance, and liability insurance.

Wednesday, May 20 , Storytelling

How do you tell the story of yourself as an artist? How do you highlight your practice, your projects, and your life in between. This session focuses on telling your story through contextual platforms that can frame your work.