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This program provides hands-on learning that encourages artists to manage a professional art career. 

Location: 10149 122 Street NW
Date: Monday, February 22nd & 29th, 2016
Time: 6pm – 8pm
Instructor: Lucille Frost
Costs:

Part 1 OR Part 2: $30 for Members/$40 for Non-members

Part 1 AND Part 2: $60 for Members/$80 for Non-members

Join Creative Practices Institute for the continuation of our professional development seminars under a new name, the Artistic Entrepreneur Program. This program provides hands-on learning that encourages artists to manage a professional art career. Our next PD seminar takes on the topic of Basic Bookkeeping. This is a two part seminar so feel free to register for one or both parts.

Are you interested in starting your own small business? Unsure of how to take your financials from personal to professional?

This intro to Bookkeeping for creatives comes in two parts, “Artists Bookkeeping Basics and Artists Bookkeeping Bootcamp”

Artists Bookkeeping Basics will give participants an elementary understanding of bookkeeping as it applies to artists and creative small business.

We will cover some financial vocabulary and accounting equations, acquainting you with general ledgers, adjusting accounts, and monthly bank reconciliations through a series of hands on activities. There will be plenty of time to discuss your personal questions and quires.

The second session will allow participants a chance apply the bookkeeping basics to your own creative practice. You will have a chance to work with your personal records with the assistance of the instructor and participant peers.

Lucille Frost is an Artist, Curator and Arts Administrator who has built her career in the capital region over the last ten years. She graduated from the University of Alberta in 2012 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts and is currently completing her Diploma in Arts and Cultural Management with MacEwan University. While studying she has maintained her own sole proprietorship and works on a contractual basis with arts organizations as a Curator,  Project Coordinator, Instructor and Facilitator.

We will begin promptly at 6PM, so please arrive 10 min early. We ask that you bring dinner or snacks you may need. We will provide a small selection of non-alcoholic beverages for purchase, as well as complimentary tea. Come prepared with questions to engage in group discussion.

We encourage both individual creatives and art collectives/organizations to attend this seminar. Registration is limited to 10 participants with a minimum registration of 5. Registration is available through Eventbrite and during gallery hours (Saturdays 10-4pm).

If you have any questions please contact brittney.cpiyeg@gmail.com

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For questions contact Brittney at brittney.cpiyeg@gmail.com

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