Deep Pockets & Long Lists: getting your sh*t together to make art happen.
Got a great idea for your next creative endeavour? That’s super – but if you don’t get your shit together, that great idea can turn into an absolute nightmare.
Planning your production and getting a handle on finances is often positioned as the boring, tedious aspect of creative projects – but in reality, there are some simple & effective project management skills that can reduce your stress and unleash your project’s full potential.
In this session Jesse will introduce Alternative Agile Approach to Achieve Artistic Ambitions, or AAA2AAA – her guide for creative project management and finance wrangling. This will cover areas such as:
- Turning to-dos into dones
- Why timelines matter
- Collaborating across space and time
- Smarter ways of budgeting
- What’s a cash flow anyway?
- Capturing successes & reporting for the future
Kollektiv Gallery: Start Ups & Crowdfunding. A story of how one angry grad student went from unpaid intern to a global art collaborator.
This is a story presented by artist, Sophie Giblin the Founder of Kollektiv Gallery, who two years ago graduated and worked for people who had no concept of artist’s rights. She tells the strange, theatrical and honest story about problems, ideas, taking risks, alternative funding, supporting communities, and starting up businesses. From this talk you'll learn all about:
- Sophie's mad projects
- Seeking alternative education
- Making sure ideas become reality
- Trusting your gut & following brute instinct
- Why artist rights matter
- How to crowdfund
- How to rent an empty high street shop
Website: www.sophiegiblin.com www.kollektivgallery.com www.thisisfastart.com
These talks are aimed at students, graduates, and anyone interested in making neat stuff happen.
This talk is for 16+ maybe bring pencil and pad.
On sale will be some amazing wines, craft beers and soft drinks, yay!
Go back to Kollektiv Gallery to see the rest of the workshops and sign up for more classes! www.kollektivgallery.com/workshops