Venue: 1131 Mission Street
Artist as Entrepreneur Series – Session 1: Art Business Mindset (Virtual)
As artists, thinking about your practice as a business can be uncomfortable or even scary. Maybe you’re not sure what you want the business to be like or how to go about it, are afraid of what other people will think of your business, or not sure if you want it to be a business at all!
You’re not alone – so let’s unpack this together! In this virtual session, we will discuss how to:
- Set intentions for your business that are in alignment with YOU
- Create a growth mindset
- Set clear and actionable goals
Let’s demystify and get clear on what you want for your art business, and help build confidence that you can and will make it happen!
About the Artist as Entrepreneur Course Series: Being an artist is sometimes so much more than making artwork. If you want to have a sustainable creative life, it can basically mean becoming a self-employed entrepreneur. In this course series, we’ll cover the Mindset, Systems, Operations, and more of running an art business. Take them as a series or pick any course individually!
About the facilitator: Makiko Harris is an artist and also owner of a product design consulting agency, Silent Howl Studios. She’s been working for herself for 3+ years, and prior to venturing out solo, worked in-house as a user experience designer for the QuickBooks Self-Employed product as well as e-commerce giants like Sephora and Gap. Now, she’s looking to share her entrepreneurial experience, self-employment skills, and e-commerce savvy with artists everywhere who are looking to create sustainable creative practices.
Instructor: Makiko Harris, Artist and Small Business Owner
Dates: 1 class meeting / Wednesday, March 3
Time: 6:30 pm-8:00 pm
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