How it works:
Prices are based on the length of the workshop but usually range between $45 - $85.
Our workshop pricing is kept very low as we hope to make these attainable to a wide range of artists and creatives. We know all too well the realities of an artists income!
How to book
Places are limited to enable everyone the opportunity to interact with the presenter and the group.
Please register your booking HERE. Payment is required to confirm your place.
Goal Setting with Veronica Herber
When: Saturday April 18, 10am - 2:30pm
Where: TBC (Central Auckland)
Artist and experienced business coach Veronica Herber will present
this workshop, “From my experience as a business coach focusing on values,
I learned that goals need to be personally tailored for each
person to keep their inspiration alive. Whenever setting goals, I
first ask questions about what is important to that individual. It is
surprising how everyone has such different motivations so it
is important to discover what drives them.”
The day will be structured around questions to identify each
participants values. We then take these results to create a step by step
practical process to help each person plan their next 6 to 12 months
with a 5 year goal in mind.
The session will be fast moving, interesting
and fun with concrete outcomes to take away.
Before becoming a full time contemporary artist Veronica Herber was a successful business coach in Christchurch. Now fully immersed in her art practice, she still enjoys sharing practical goal setting knowledge with others, particularly those in the creative industries.
Tax Returns - with Naked Accounting
When: Saturday May 2, 10am - 12pm
Where: TBC (Central Auckland)
Tax returns! The most exciting workshop all year! Perhaps not, but essential for all artists/creatives making any kind of income from their work.
In this workshop Naked Accounting will giving general advice on how to compile your income & expenses, file your tax return with IRD, and provide a kind ear to assist you with a potentially daunting task.
Come with questions & queries, and strap in for the ride of your life (within the preconceived limits of accountancy).
Proposal writing for exhibitions, funding and sponsorship with Emil McAvoy
When: Saturday May 23, 1pm - 4pm
Where: Toi Ora Live Art Trust, 6 Putiki Street, Auckland
Having a strong proposal when applying for exhibitions, funding or sponsorship is a valuable asset in a competitive market.
Join us for this three-hour introductory workshop focused on the art of writing an authentic and robust proposal with artist, art writer and educator Emil McAvoy.
You are also welcome to bring an idea for a proposal, or a draft proposal, but this is not required.
Emil McAvoy is an artist, art writer and lecturer in Photo Media at Whitecliffe College of Arts & Design. His art work examines the cultural roles of the artist: as medium, activist, citizen and public intellectual. He works across a range of media and publishes widely as an essayist and commentator. Emil also mentors emerging artists, runs workshops and leads tours of local galleries.