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Art at Work is a series of professional development workshops designed for visual artists. Presented by Public Art Richmond and Richmond Art Gallery in partnership with City of Richmond Arts Services and CARFAC BC, this series is intended to provide artists with the knowledge and skills required for pursuing a professional arts practice in the field of public art, visual art and community arts.
See our latest offerings below.
Art at Work: Financial Management for Artists
Saturday, February 1, 2020
1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
What do you need to know to keep track of finances as a self-employed professional in the creative industries? This interactive presentation with Kelsey Smart from Smart Investment Strategies will provide artists with an introduction to best practices. FREE workshop, but registration required due to limited spaces. Art At … Continue reading ... More info
Art At Work: Tax Basics for Artists
Saturday, February 22, 2020
1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
What do you need to know to keep track of finances and file your taxes? This 3-hour workshop with Jessica Somers from Cordova Street Consulting will provide creative professionals with an introduction to tax management. FREE workshop, but registration required due to limited spaces. Maximum class of 25. Art … Continue reading ... More info
Art at Work: Applying to Public Art Opportunities
Saturday, May 30, 2020
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Learn how to create a successful application for Public Art opportunities. This workshop will use the Richmond Community Mural Program Call to Artists as the basis for a hands-on session led by staff from the Richmond Public Art Program. Through group exercises, participants will be provided with guidance and best … Continue reading ... More info