Professional Development

Mallarme Chamber Players & Creative Capital

Durham

The Mallarmé Chamber Players will present a one-day workshop for professional musicians on Sunday, March 3, 2019 taught by professionals from the Creative Capital Foundation and sponsored by the North Carolina Arts Council.

Creative Capital’s intensive one day career development workshop will cover the topics of strategic planning, business management, goal setting, negotiations, collaborations and marketing– all geared towards the specific needs and circumstances of musicians and composers. Participants will learn key business, management, and communications skills and hear first-hand from artists how these tools can be used to achieve success—as they define it. In addition to lecture presentations, participants participate in interactive exercises, hear artist case studies, have the opportunity to meet with leaders in small working groups, and are given a Strategic Planning workbook to help guide their process. The workshop will be co-led by musician/composer and Creative Capital Awardee artist Byron Au Yong and strategic planning consultant Colleen Keegan. Registration required

Deadline: 
Sunday, March 3, 2019

Black Mountain College Museum & Arts Center and The Creative Capital Foundation

Asheville

Creative Capital Workshop – Strategic Planning + Communications for Artists.

Participants learn key business, management, and communications skills and hear first-hand from artists who have used these tools to achieve success—as they define it. Topics include business management, goal setting, writing and talking about your work, and negotiation. In addition to lecture presentations, participants engage in interactive exercises, have the opportunity to meet with leaders in small working groups, and are given a Strategic Planning workbook to help guide their process. Consultant and arts activist, Colleen Keegan and NC based artist, Beverly McIver will lead the workshop. Registration required. 

Deadline: 
Monday, February 18, 2019

North Carolina Writers' Network & Creative Capital

Greensboro

The North Carolina Writers’ Network will host a one-day Career Development Workshop for Writers presented by Creative Capital on Saturday, March 30. Creative Capital’s intensive one-day Career Development Workshop will cover strategic planning, business management, goal setting, negotiations and income streams—all geared towards the specific needs and circumstances of writers. Participants will learn key business, management, and communications skills and hear first-hand from other writers how these tools can be used to achieve success, however they define it. In addition to lecture presentations, participants will join in interactive exercises, hear case studies, have the opportunity to meet with leaders in small working groups, and take home a Strategic Planning workbook to help guide their process. Registration required; registration deadline is March 15.

Deadline: 
Friday, March 15, 2019

Sundance Documentary Creative Producing Fellowship

Park City, Utah

Sundance Institute has long recognized the crucial role independent producers play in finding, championing, and shaping original voices in filmmaking. Their tenacity and longevity are crucial to the quality and abundance of independent cinema, and we are committed to deepening our support.The Creative Producing Program encompasses a year-round series of Labs, Fellowships, granting and events focusing not only on nurturing the next generation of independent producers, but renewing the community of veteran producers dedicated to sustaining the vibrancy and vitality of independent film.

Deadline: 
Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Cucalorous

Wilmington

Accepting application for the The Works-in-Progress lab; program supports social justice documentaries by African American filmmakers. Filmmakers explore audience engagement strategies through workshops, consultations, and screenings.

Deadline: 
Wednesday, May 15, 2019

VAE Raleigh

Raleigh

Accepting applications for The Awesome Foundation Grants. The Raleigh-Durham chapter of the Awesome Foundation is a program of VAE Raleigh, with grants being funded with our amazing group of Trustees. Our chapter wants to fund creative ideas that are specific, public, and spark thought in a meaningful way for the Triangle community.

New England Foundation for the Arts

Boston, Mass.

National Dance Project Grant provide funds to approximately 20 artists/companies to create new dance works and touring subsidies to the U.S. organizations who bring that work to their communities.

Deadline: 
Friday, March 1, 2019

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