Radar: Designing Sustainable Finances

A session focused on building professional finance plans that work for artists

Radar workshop, photo by Artsadmin

Covid-19 has severely disrupted the financial situation of so many artists so we’re dedicating a week to talking about money and financial advice. We’ve heard from artists that they feel overwhelmed by the reality of their financial situation, and that their fear and anxiety are increasing as this crisis goes on. Being a freelance artist means a lot of the general ‘how to do money’ tutorials don’t line up with our professional reality, especially in a Covid-19 context. So we’d like to help.

We’re offering two Radar workshops – one about personal finance, another (this one) on professional finance – and sharing guidance and resources for artists on our blog and social media on demystifying financial health and being more mindful about money.

About this session

In this session with Becki Haines, our new Artists’ Finance Manager at Artsadmin, we will look at ways to think strategically about financial structures that work for artists. We will be focussing on long-term financial planning and what to do if something goes wrong. This session is not about fundraising or seeking out new income streams, but rather how to make the most of what we have and identifying what else we need.

Who is this for?

This session is open to artists at any stage of their practice.

Booking opens soon

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About Radar

Radar is a vital part of Artsadmin’s support system for artists. Radar is a series of free sessions, talks and events. Each season, we offer different skills and tools for artists at all stages of their careers to build a more sustainable practice. Artsadmin’s expertise and experience lie in performance and live art, and so places for Radar are best suited to artists working directly in these fields. The theme for Spring 2020 is MONEY.

The sessions will be delivered digitally via Zoom, with regular breaks. If you would like this session to be captioned, please email access@artsadmin.co.uk.

Date and time

26 June 2020
2.30–4pm
Free, but booking required

Please note
This is now a past event.

Venue

Zoom
Online