Raji Aujla moderates a conversation on Managing a Creative Business.
About this Event
OCAD University’s Centre for Emerging Artists & Designers is collaborating with CONVENE to present a series of three conversations designed for women working in the space of creative entrepreneurship.
On May 28, 2020, join us for a conversation on Managing a Creative Business, moderated by Raji Aujla of Willendorf Cultural Planning, featuring Tahsin the Good, Mia Nielsen of Art Toronto, and Rajni Perera
According to the Canada Council for the Arts, 52% of artists are self-employed, compared to just 12% of all Canadian workers. Maintaining a creative practice inherently requires knowledge and skills to run and manage a business. How do we sustain the balance between our creative practice and the business side?
Our definition of woman is an inclusive term – all women-identified, non-binary, Two-Spirit people are welcome.
This series is supported by the Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub. Led by Ryerson University’s Diversity Institute, the Brookfield Institute for Innovation + Entrepreneurship and the Ted Rogers School of Management with over 75 partner organizations, the Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub (WEKH) is a nation-wide network of researchers, business support organizations, and key stakeholders aiming to reduce barriers and grow women’s entrepreneurship in Canada. The Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub is funded by the Government of Canada.
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(Jeudi) 11:00 am EDT
The Centre for Emerging Artists & Designers