Grow and succeed in your arts career with this intensive 6-part course designed for independent Ottawa region artists, arts collectives and arts groups. Explore more in-depth arts entrepreneurship skills and knowledge in a small group setting with a maximum of 16 participants.
They will be facilitated by Ethel Côté, Victoria Steele and 4+ additional special expert guests.
Ethel Côté, CEO of mécènESS, co-founding member of the Social Enterprise Council of Canada, and during the last 30 years, developer to numerous enterprises in a variety of sectors including the Art Sector.
Training will provide participants with skills to better plan and market their work with creative ‘business’ solutions for goal setting, marketing plans, legal essentials and financial risk management.
In this series you will learn to evaluate and articulate the different elements that go into planning and organizing your arts projects:
Jan 7: Setting your Purpose, Goals and Value Proposition
Jan 14: Building a Business Plan for Artists and Arts groups using the Business Model Canvass
Jan 21: Creating your Marketing Strategy and managing your relationships
Jan 28: Budgeting and Managing your Finances
Feb 4: Legal Essentials: Rights and responsibilities
Feb 11: Telling your story and pitching to potential supporters
* Insightful hands-on workshop in an intimate setting
* Takeaway booklet full of tips, exercises and resources
* Light refreshments
If you register for the full series of six workshops, included is a free online coaching session in March 2019 with Ethel Côté.
Here is the link to register: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/arts-entrepreneurship-and-career-management-intensive-series-tickets-51422867180
Note: Each workshop will be held in English, with booklets available in English. The bilingual facilitators will answer questions in both French and English.
Presented by Arts Network Ottawa, these workshops are made possible with financial support from the Ontario Arts Council. We also acknowledge assistance from Invest Ottawa, WorkinCulture, Impact Hub Ottawa, CSED and mécènESS.