Business of Art Workshop Series
Funding Your Next Arts Project presented by the Center for Cultural Innovation
Facilitated by Katrina Frye
FRI APR 26 // 12noon – 1:30pm // LA Law Library (301 W 1st St, L.A. 90012)
Do you have an idea for your next artwork but no idea where the money will come from? Join us for a 90-minute interactive workshop on project fundraising for individual artists, projects and businesses. We will talk about basics such as developing your database of contacts, creating valuable relationships and determining where to best focus efforts. We will be focusing on Los Angeles funding opportunities and how to set yourself apart in applications.
After years of sitting behind the desk, seeing other’s ideas through, ensuring someone else’s business was operational, Katrina Frye decided to use her expertise with the one community she is most passionate about – ARTISTS. While earning her bachelor’s degree in Visual Arts she quickly saw a lack of understanding and training on how an artist goes from the studio into the gallery. Katrina began to explore this gap of information and headed back to school to receive her master’s in Arts Management from the Drucker School of Business. Now with ten years of arts management experience Katrina is uniquely positioned to share her findings through Mischief Managed, a company that works to develop independent artists into thriving business professionals. Founded in 2016, Mischief Managed has supported over 100 artists around the nation to achieve their dreams. (www.MischiefManaged.info)
Our LA Voices Workshops:
Monday, April 22, 2019 — Friday, April 26, 2019
As part of Grand Park’s Our LA Voices, Grand Park will offer free workshops on creative practice, as well as the business side of making art in L.A. Topics range from street dance activism and acting, to intellectual property and copyright protection, marketing, entrepreneurship skills and fundraising.
These workshops are free and open to all. Please pre-register for the workshop via the link below.
Parking validation will be provided for workshop attendees for LOT 10 only. Parking Lot 10 is located on N. Broadway between First Street + Temple Street. Parking lot address is 145 N. Broadway, with entrances on Broadway and on Hill St.
Information subject to change.
METRO RED or PURPLE LINE TO CIVIC CENTER/GRAND PARK STATION, GOLD LINE TO LITTLE TOKYO/ARTS DISTRICT STATION
Grand Park is an LA County park powered byThe Music Center.