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Creative Entrepreneurship: Putting Your Arts Degree to Work

Your post-secondary career is near its end, and you’re starting to hear that age-old question: “So, what can you DO with a degree in art?” ACI Manitoba’s “Creative Entrepreneurship: Putting Your Arts Degree to Work” will give you the skills and inspiration to navigate life after your artistic education. Develop your inner creative entrepreneur with this motivational one-day symposium of keynotes, workshops, panels, and presentations, specially designed for recent and upcoming graduates of post-secondary creative arts programs. Gain essential skills, connect with resource organizations, and get inspired to make a living from your art. Hear first-hand from professional Manitoban artists about what it means to survive and thrive as a creative entrepreneur on your own terms. This exciting day of workshops, presentations, and panels will include: - Keynote Address by Stephen Carroll, musician and manager of The Weakerthans - The Freelancers’ Guide to Opportunity - The Business of Living as an Artist - Arts Funding & You - Complementary Careers in the Arts - Careers and Creativity

Where:
Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources Classroom
245 McDermot Avenue (4th Floor)
956-0660
When:
Saturday, February 11, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM
What:
Theatre & Arts > Lectures
Neighbourhood:
City Centre
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