November – December 2014
Money is a touchy subject for everyone – especially for visual artists.
In this talk, Career and Money Coach, Cindy Morgan Jaffe, will help us understand our relationship to money and how our perceptions and habits are influencing the decisions we make around our career. Through group discussions and activities, we’ll delve into common money scripts and identify the thoughts and behaviors that aren’t serving us.
This talk is geared towards artists and creative entrepreneurs
Cindy Morgan-Jaffe, M.Ed, NCC is a Career and Money Coach and has an extensive background in marketing and communications in both the private and nonprofit sectors. She works with individuals and organizations on identifying and shifting their money mindset in order to achieve desired results. Cindy earned her masters in counseling from George Washington University and brings over 25 years of experience in marketing and communications to her work helping her clients think differently about themselves and how they communicate their value to others.
Please RSVP by calling 202-332-1116.
The artist’s résumé is valuable for applying to jobs, grant, residencies, competitions or gallery shows. All artists should be equipped with the tools needed to create and maintain a versatile résumé that can be tailored towards various opportunities.
In this presentation, Lonnie Woods will shed some light on the purpose of the résumé and how to tell your unique story through this indispensable document. He will also cover proper formatting, how to customize your résumé for various career objectives as well as translate your experience and skills from your studio practice onto paper.
Please bring a copy of your resume or a laptop to work on, as participants will receive on-the-spot resume review.
Lonnie Woods III is a DC based artist and educator specializing in the professional development of artists and designers. Lonnie received his BS in Fine Art Photography from Towson University and his MA in Higher Education Administration from New York University. Lonnie combines his love of art and education by serving as an art educator and student affairs staff member at many of the country’s finest art and design colleges including: The Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), Pratt Institute, and most recently The Corcoran College of Art and Design. At the Corcoran he served as Career Services Specialist and provided career and professional development resources to emerging artists. Currently, Mr. Woods is a high school art and design instructor and owner of his photography, design, and creative consulting company: Varied Vizions Imagery.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202.332.1116