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FREE Workshop for Youth Artists (Ages 13 to 29) — Supporting Emerging Artists

In Workshops on January 14, 2011 by danceumbrella

This session will include three main components. It will begin with a break down of grant opportunities available for artists and help you to determine what source of funding is right for you. The second component of the workshop will address fundraising strategies and alternative ways to make money to support your initiatives. The session will end with tips and tools that will help emerging artists to ask questions, examine contracts, and consider options when searching for a manager that best suits the needs/goals of the artist.
NOTE: This workshop is for new and emerging artists.

Facilitators-
Andrea Zammit
Ian Kamau
Tona

Moderator-
Franz Thomas

Date: Wednesday January 26, 2011
Time: 5:30pm registration, 6:00pm to 9:00pm workshop
Location: Metro Hall, 55 John Street, Room 309
Directions: South-east corner of King and John, two blocks east of Spadina. Take subway to St. Andrew station, then walk through the ‘PATH’ to Metro Hall or walk above ground 2 blocks west.

RSVP: This workshop is open to youth (13 to 29 years of age). Please RSVP by January 25th at noon, with your name, organization/group (if any), email address and phone number to info@artreachtoronto.ca . You will receive a confirmation email. Space is limited so register today! Food and refreshments will be provided.

This workshop is part of the larger GOAL (Grassroots Organizing and Leadership) Youth Workshop Series being organized by a working group made up of youth organizations and funders. A certificate will be provided to participants who attend 5 or more workshops in the series. For more information, contact info@artreachtoronto.ca

GOAL Youth Workshop Series partners include:
ArtReach Toronto
Laidlaw Foundation
Schools Without Borders
Grassroots Youth Collaborative
City of Toronto
For Youth Initiative
Toronto Community Foundation

ArtReach Toronto: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=2364713979

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