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LMCC’s Professional Development Programs

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Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) recently announced its 2014 Professional Development Program, a suite of free workshops and intensive seminars on timely issues in the areas of business and professional practice, as essential supports to artistic practice and community/audience engagement. These programs are designed specifically for artists living and working in New York City in an effort to foster learning and dialogue, as well as to create robust and expanding networks for participants.

Art & Resilience Registration 
Registration is now open

March 11: Arts & Insurance
March 20: What Your Archive Can Do for You
March 26: Rights & Relationships
32 Old Slip, Lower Manhattan

How can artists be forward-looking and build continuity and resilience into their business practices, professional relationships, and artistic development? This sequential workshop series will cover three important areas of business practice that have taken on greater urgency for many artists in the wake of Superstorm Sandy: Record Keeping / Archiving, Insurance, and Legal Issues.

The series is free, but space is limited and registration is required for each workshop on a first-come, first-served basis.

For more information, please visit Workshops & Talks.

Space for Art & Resilience is provided by Convene.

 

Basic Finance for Artists
Registration closes March 4

April 15—May 20, 2014
Every Tuesday from 4—7pm
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council
125 Maiden Lane, 2nd Floor, Lower Manhattan 

Basic Finance for Artists (BFA) is a free, six-week intensive seminar on personal finance, developed to help artists make informed financial decisions and plans over the long term.

Designed especially for New York City-based artists, BFA will help participants develop financial awareness and balance through practical training in money management.

Space for BFA is limited to 20 artists. Due to high demand, eligible participants will be selected through a lottery process. Only eligible and complete registrations will be included in the lottery.

For more information and to register, please visit Basic Finance for Artists.

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