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Mindset & Money
Mindset & Money

Sat, Sep 24

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Online via Zoom

Mindset & Money

Money management approaches and financial self advocacy for artists and anyone working in the arts field. Facilitated by Erika R. Moore. Presented by Bridge Live Arts’ "Money in the Arts: Pathways to Equity" series.

Where & When

Sep 24, 2022, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT

Online via Zoom

Event Details

Money management approaches and financial self advocacy for artists and anyone working in the arts field. Facilitated by Erika R. Moore. Presented by Bridge Live Arts’ "Money in the Arts: Pathways to Equity" series.

Mindset & Money is an engaging, high-energy, humorous workshop, filled with diverse perspectives on, life, career, and choice. Participants in the workshop are introduced to a holistic approach to money management, starting with uncovering their money blueprint. This workshop will cover topics around requesting, negotiating, and advocating for compensation/pay within artistic contexts. It will also provide support for articulating where one is, where they will like to go, and how to get there with money as a tool/resource.

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TICKET PRICES

$10 - $50 sliding scale

BIPOC Subsidy: As part of Money in the Arts, we are providing ten subsidies to participants that identify as Black, Indigenous, and/or as People of Color (BIPOC). Each subsidy allows someone to register for all three workshops for only $10. Please email admin@bridgelivearts.org to access this support.

NOTAFLOF: If you are not able to afford the lowest ticket price but would still like to attend, please email admin@bridgelivearts.org.

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ABOUT ERIKA R. MOORE

Erika R. Moore is an international speaker, teacher, facilitator, coach, and artists providing freelancers and artists the structure they need to thrive in the changing economic landscape. Erika has over ten years of experience managing artists, including herself, producing shows and programming for world-renowned performing artists. She has taught university and K - 12 courses on creativity, dance, and the business of the arts. Erika's signature talk, The Art of Leadership, has been presented to over 5,000 students at the Women's Leadership Form in Hunan, China, and small group settings throughout the U.S. Her earnest desire is to see artists equipped with the financial and business acumen they need to thrive in their industries. She accomplishes this by providing a creative approach to leadership and development training, her free mindset and money webinars, and feedback sessions booked as a certified facilitator with the Critical Response Process.

As artists and art professionals, we don’t come together enough to talk about money. Bridge Live Arts’ upcoming series  Money in the Arts: Pathways to Equity aims to change that. The series will offer practices and conversations where we, as a community dedicated to the advancement of equity in our field, can address some of the deeper causes getting in the way of collective financial empowerment. Inside supportive environments, you will explore restrictions and possibilities for the voice from the lens of embodiment and mindset.  Attendees interested in reparations and equitable compensation will also learn tactics for making decisions around pay and budgeting.

Photo: Erika R. Moore, courtesy of the artist.

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