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MARRICKVILLE: Diversify Your Creative Income

Surviving and thriving financially as a creative practitioner usually means doing more than one thing to make a living – but where to start, and what to do? In this interactive workshop we unpack the various ways that creatives can make money, complete with resources and practical exercises to help inspire and shape some new ideas.

GOSFORD: How to Start a Creative Business

Ever wondered how to turn your creative practice, hobby, or passion into a business? This fun and friendly workshop, designed by creative practitioners for absolute beginners, is a safe space where every question is a good question, and the mysteries of business become a little clearer.

ONLINE (NSW): Creative’s Guide to Recruitment

Even a small creative business will need to hire people eventually. Freelancers, casual employees, even more permanent staff – but where even to begin? Creative's Guide to Recruitment is a workshop that discusses a better way of finding, attracting and retaining clever people suitable for your ever-changing needs.

CESSNOCK: Creative’s Guide to Marketing

Most creatives hate to sell and would rather be making than hustling. However, there is a simple solution to making marketing more palatable – take out the sales and focus on the strategy. This in-person workshop shares a simple six-step marketing approach that has been designed to take the pain out of promotion for your creative business.

MARRICKVILLE: Financial Literacy for Creatives

Financial Literacy for Creatives is a surprisingly fun and practical workshop designed specifically by creatives, for creatives, with a range of tips and insights into navigating the realities of financial management in a professional arts practice.

Online (NSW): Funding Guidelines for Creatives

Funding Guidelines for Creatives is a workshop about all creative grants and funding, including the basics of preparation, application, and acquittal - and the five ways to avoid failure. It’s packed with information and suitable for novices and more experienced funding-seekers alike. There is always more to learn about funding!

ONLINE (NSW): Freelance Five

The Freelance Five is a fast, fun, and practical presentation specifically designed for creative practitioners and arts professionals with absolutely no business skills, to help them get the five most important elements of creative freelancing right. It’s a workshop designed by creatives for creatives and facilitated by those who have lived the life and have stories to share.

ADELAIDE HILLS: Artselerate SA

ARTSELERATE SA is a unique program specifically for creative practitioners and arts professionals that combines all the benefits of a business incubator, start-up accelerator, creative collaboration and networking opportunity. The outcome is a fast and practical approach to business and strategic planning for creatives making their own work. Delivered in partnership with the Government of South Australia's Office for Small and Family Business.

ONLINE (National): Tax Time for Creatives

All creatives, arts organisations and small businesses need to understand how their tax rights and responsibilities work – but it’s all so boring! And where to begin? 'Tax Time for Creatives' is a workshop that covers the basics of how tax works for creative professionals, the intersection between individual tax and small business, and how key creative tax rulings can help creative practitioners in the tax world.

COOMA: Diversify Your Creative Income

Surviving and thriving financially as a creative practitioner usually means doing more than one thing to make a living – but where to start, and what to do? In this interactive workshop we unpack the various ways that creatives can make money, complete with resources and practical exercises to help inspire and shape some new ideas.

COOMA: Pricing for Creatives

Pricing for Creatives is a practical workshop that covers the basics of figuring out the price point for creative work, including calculating costs and understanding what the market can bear. Pricing for Creatives is vital for anyone struggling to understand the value of their own work, and how to share that value with others.  

WOLLONGONG: Networking Tips for Creatives

Networking, meeting new people, developing relationships –all terrifying stuff. Entering the world of networking without a plan or strategy – even scarier! 'Networking tips for Creatives' is an entertaining hybrid between traditional workshop and social event designed to encourage creative people to get to know each other, while acknowledging the horror, and sharing a few tips at the same time. We promise, you'll have more fun than you think and leave more confident to tackle that next networking opportunity!

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