BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE LIFE AS AN ARTIST
Free Workshop from Artists U/South Carolina
Why artists are poor and why we shouldn’t be
Tools artists have used to make things easier
How to build a life that is balanced, productive, and sustainable
Based on fourteen years of work with artists locally and nationally, artist leaders Andrew Simonet, Michaela Pilar Brown, and Rodney Lee Rogers will offer tools for reconnecting with our deep values, building community, and making it all sustainable. We will focus on strategic planning, financial thinking, artist mission statements, and time management.
Building a Sustainable Life as an Artist
Friday, April 12,, 7:00 pm -8:30 pm
Saturday, April 13, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
at Anderson Arts Center Warehouse
110 Federal Street
Anderson, SC 29625
How much does it cost? It’s free (but the class size is limited).
Who is it for? Practicing South Carolina artists.
Do you have to attend both sessions? Yes.
Will there be beverages? Of course. And lunch on Saturday.
How do I register? Join the waiting list here
What Artists Say About the Workshop
“Our local art sphere is changing with these workshops. People are talking about things differently and feeling more empowered. The impact is deep.”
"I have been working full-time as a self-supporting artist for ten years, yet there was not a single idea or observation that arose today that did not make an impact on me. I have also sat through many, many strategic planning meetings, charrettes, and professional development seminars in different fields, and this by far was the most fruitful, efficient, and enjoyable. This weekend will not only make a difference in my artistic and professional life, but also in the creative life of my beloved city."
"This intensive was exactly what I needed - concrete reminders that I use both sides of my brain; the guided direction to jump start my career goals that lay dormant; and defining motivation to move forward to accomplish those goals."
This project is funded by the South Carolina Arts Commission which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts.