Professional Development

Sign with the Times Workshop

Women's Theatre Festival presents a workshop about best practices for working with theatrical ASL interpreters and different approaches for integrating interpreting into your next production.

Deadline: 
Saturday, April 17, 2021

Writers, Directors, Producers, Companies, and More!

Join Arts4All Florida for a panel discussion with a variety of experts in the theatrical arts, including writers, directors, producers, theatre companies, performers, and more.

A Star is Born (Part 2)
Date: Tuesday April 13, 4:00-5:00pm   
Free, on Zoom with ASL and captions 

This will be a panel discussion with currently working actors with disabilities.

Deadline: 
Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Byte-Size Learning: Words Matter with Wendy Lu

Join Arts Access and Wendy Lu to discuss how we think, talk and write about disability.

The workshop will cover:
> Evolution of language around disability
> One word does not fit all
> Terms and language for different disabilities and accommodations
> Implications of the words you choose
> Avoiding euphemisms, pity, and inspiration, through the use of neutral language
> Honoring personal preferences
> How this is just a starting point in dismantling ableism!

Deadline: 
Thursday, April 22, 2021

Make Your Interdisciplinary Practice Work for You

Join Creative Capitol for a workshop that will helps artists think strategically about how to position themselves in different environments, sharing resources, and expertise to harness multiple skills to serve arts institutions and build sustainable careers.

Deadline: 
Tuesday, May 11, 2021

The Power of Culture with The Center for Cultural Power

Kat Evasco and Anna Maria Luera of the Center for Cultural Power lead this workshop, presented by Creative Capitol, designed to inspire artists to recognize their "superpowers" to create social change while building community.

Deadline: 
Monday, April 26, 2021

Grants for Indie Filmmakers Workshop

The 2021 NC Film Forum Series presented by UNCW Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in partnership with the Cucalorus Film Foundation invites filmmakers to attend their workshop "Grants for Indie Filmmakers."

Deadline: 
Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Crafting for Money: Pricing Artwork

Join Triangle ArtWorks for this 2 meeting workshop, which is an introduction to profit-driven pricing principles for creative makers who want to focus on their work, not on spreadsheets and sales charts. Learn what you do and don't need to account for in your pricing. Find out how you can determine profitability and price your work for both retail and wholesale sales. With activities and pricing rubrics created specifically for pricing one-of-a-kind and limited edition work, this course will help you to fairly and profitably price your items. Discussions include sales venues, taking payments, and pricing custom work.

Deadline: 
Monday, April 5, 2021

Creative Centering - Mindfulness Program

Need help finding a center of calm in this crazy year? Triangle ArtWorks will be launching Creative Centering on February 4, 2021 - a new bi-monthly online (for now) meditation collective open to anyone working in the arts in the Triangle.

Project Management Video Series

Online

As an artist or arts administrator, you have to balance a lot of different plates, from HR to shipping work, to collaborating and accounting. It can get overwhelming.

Triangle ArtWorks has partnered with artist, marketer, and project manager extraordinaire Mikki Stith to bring you a FREE video series on how to integrate project management concepts into your career so you can focus on making art.

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