I can’t wait to present at the 15th Annual Self-Employment in the Arts (SEA) Conference the end of February.
This fun and interactive event is geared towards career development for visual, performing, literary, and media artists.
If you want to make a living with your art or are looking to take your arts career to the next level, I hope you will join me February 20th & 21st, at the Hilton Hotel in Lisle, Illinois for an amazing two days at the SEA Conference! Visit http://www.selfemploymentinthearts.com for more information and to register.
The 15th Annual Self-Employment in the Arts (SEA) Conference will take place February 20th and 21st, 2015 at the Hilton Hotel in Lisle, Illinois.
This two day event is geared towards emerging artists in the visual, performing, literary, and media arts. The focus is on the business of arts and content is delivered by artist-practitioners, educators, and art organization and business leaders. Over 40 presenters will be on hand to lead keynote presentations, workshops, one-on-one mentoring, panel discussions, round table discussions, late night activity rooms, and much more.
Don’t miss these four great keynotes including: Producer, Kara Kurcz; Concert Pianist, Jade Simmons; Storyteller, Jessica Kizorek; and Lybrettist Matthew Boresi.
Other activities include a Juried College Art Competition ($800 in prizes), Idea Pitch Competition for Creatives (over $4,000 in prizes), a Drum Circle Session led by Mike Veny, and Create Room with supplies donated by Blick Art Materials.
SEA is housed at North Central College in Naperville, Illinois and supported through grants from The Coleman Foundation, John E. and Jeanne T. Hughes Foundation, and Illinois Art Council, a state agency with additional support from Quality Logo Products, Guident Business Solutions, Russell Law, Ace Metal, Millikin University, Illinois State University, University of St. Francis, and other private donors.