News

Online workshops set to help artists protect careers

VERMONT — Join CERF+ and fellow artists of all disciplines, including performing, visual, crafts, film/media, literature, etc., for Career Protection for Artists, in an interactive, two-part, free online workshop for information and resources so to better prepare for, respond to, and recover from crises both big and small. The workshop will run from 4-5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 26, and again on Thursday, May 27.
While still navigating the emergency of COVID-19, other emergencies don’t take turns. In this workshop, artists will learn about the non-profit organization CERF+, conducting a risk assessment, studio safety, disaster and emergency preparedness, documentation and safe storage, business insurance, and key actions to take to protect their career. They will have an opportunity to share what has worked for them and what has been challenging in the past year, and they will come out of this workshop with their own plan for a ready and resilient career.
Registration and more info can be found at tinyurl.com/protect-artists.

Share this story:

More News
Homepage Featured News

Documentary puts Vermont food insecurity center stage

A Middlebury filmmaker’s new film charts the evolution and impacts of the wildly successfu … (read more)

News

The eclipse was cool enough to yell about

Groups of Vermonters and visitors spread themselves around town greens, highway pull-offs, … (read more)

News

Lincoln man helps rebuild Notre Dame cathedral

Will Wallace-Gusakov has spent much of his life designing, building and restoring wooden s … (read more)

Share this story: