Interested in becoming a creative freelancer? Starting your own art collective, or creative business, but don’t know where to begin?
Join award-winning multidisciplinary artist and co-founder of the Scarbrite Collective, Sylvie Stojanovski in learning the basics of arts entrepreneurship. In this workshop, you will explore how to turn your artistic dreams into actionable goals.
Using traditional strategic planning tools like the Business Model Canvas, and S.W.O.T. analysis in combination with arts-based self-study methods like reflexive writing and drawing, you’ll learn how to identify your aspirations and develop them into an action map.
By the end of this workshop, students will: - Be able to orient themselves within the context of the emerging field of arts entrepreneurship and locate resources to support them in their evolving career identities; - Have a deepened understanding of how to use traditional strategic planning tools in combination with arts-based self-study methods to identify the intrinsic and extrinsic motivations that inform their creative practice; - Be able to identify their personal needs, aspirations, and future goals as emerging creative arts entrepreneurs.
When: May 11, 2022, 4 -6 p.m. EDT
Where: Online via Zoom (link in registration page)
Sylvie Stojanovski - Creative Facilitator
Library leads: Paulina Rousseau, Head-Liaison Librarian Program, UTSC Library
Mariana Jardim, Librarian UTSC Library
For any questions please contact Mariana Jardim, email@example.com
This event is part of the UTSC Entrepreneurship Research Workshops.
Whether you’re just thinking of starting your own arts business for the first time, are planning to freelance, or looking to brush up on your market research skills, this 2 hour session is for you. Led by professional artist, creative facilitator and community organizer, Sylvie Stojanovski, this session will cover a variety of topics:
Location: Online via Zoom (participants will receive a link prior to session start)
Instructor: Sylvie Stojanovski, Artist, Facilitator & Community Organizer
This workshop is hosted by UTSC Library and The Responsibility in Social Innovation Research Group (RiSI) in the Department of Arts, Media, and Culture (ACM)
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