Saturday, March 31, 1 PM – 3:30 PM
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It’s rough out there. Emerging artists find themselves struggling to make ends meet in the present – never mind planning for the future. Family, friends, and communities can be a great source of support, but nourishing these bonds takes time and effort, two things that can often be in short supply when work demands so much.
How can emerging artists break through the stress of scarcity to think beyond survival? What are some practical steps towards imagining and realizing a fulfilling – and even abundant – future, both personally and artistically?
Visual artist/curator Kakim Goh and musician Nantali Indongo each have extensive professional experience in the arts, as well as other sectors including broadcasting and community education (Nantali) and public/private sector project management (Kakim). They have each found their own way of balancing artistic work with parallel pursuits, while building community and advancing social causes. Kakim and Nantali will draw on their experiences to offer concrete advice on dealing with the challenges of making a living while developing an artistic career.
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