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DESCRIPTIONResourcing your Practice - a guide for funding your career and a how to for writing compelling proposals as an artist.
- 1. Resourcing Your Practice: Managing a Hybrid Life INDEPENDENT ARTIST NYFA & ARTSERVE HOSTED BY ARTPRIZE October 6, 2010
- 2. Investing in your future Employment = People paying you to learn
- 3. BA Theatre Studies OSU 1992 - 1997 Archiving Assistant Theatre Research Institute OSU 1994 - 1997 Digital Archivist Assistant Allott & Lomax Consulting Engineers 1997- 1998 Marketing Associate Oregon Group Architects 1998 - 2001 Community Arts Services Associate Culture Works 2001 - 2002 VP, Community Arts Services Culture Works 2002 - 2003 Independent Curator and Consultant Self-employed 2003 - 2004 Administrative Director New Media Scotland 2004 Executive Director New Media Scotland 2004 - 2007 Director of Creative Industries ArtServe Michigan 2008 - Present Career History
- ArtServe is the leading statewide advocate for arts and culture in Michigan.
- ArtServe Michigan equips and engages a growing grassroots network of advocates for arts, culture and arts education in Michigan.
- Artists and arts and cultural organizations contribute significantly to Michigan's economic vitality. ArtServe programs connect you to resources, information and networks needed to remain competitive and expand support for our advocacy work.
- 5. Creative Industries?
- Committed to developing and supporting the creative and professional potential of artists and creative practitioners working in Michigan.
- Our programs and services are designed to unleash creativity , create confidence , support excellence and innovation , and provide knowledge and skill building to individual practitioners.
- Director of Creative Industries?
- 6. Director of Creative Industries
- I work with both emerging and established creative industries practitioners who are working at the forefront of their respective disciplines. This includes:
- artists (performing, visual, sound/music, literary, film/video, art & technology and emerging fields)
- designer-makers (craft artists - particularly those working with new technology and/or developing new materials or techniques)
- designers (exhibition, experimental and socially-engaged practices)
- architects (exhibition, experimental and socially-engaged practices)
- Arts Administrator
- All shows and all work incur a financial cost.
- 8. Performance: Language Audiences Interaction Sculpture: Objects Spaces Making
- 9. Performance: Language Audiences Interaction Sculpture: Objects Spaces Making www.rootoftwo.com Technology
- 10. buying in does not mean selling out. Oh and heres some work with how they were resourced
- 11. A Country Road. A Tree. Evening. Philadelphia Fringe Festival, Pennsylvania, 16 - 19 September, 1999.
- 12. A Country Road. A Tree. Evening. Self-financed the materials of this work but won in-kind support for its presentation at the festival including travel, room, per diems, technical labor, invigilation, and sound and lighting equipment .
- 13. cross-platform, Intersculpt:uk 2003 Museum of Science and Industry Manchester, UK
- 14. cross-platform, Intersculpt:uk 2003 Museum of Science and Industry Manchester, UK Received small production grant of 1800 from Arts Council England ($3600)
- Revenue: Total amount a project or business receives to offset related expenditure.
- Expenditure: Total amount of project or business costs including labor, materials, professional fees, marketing/pr, overhead, salaries, benefits and taxes, etc.
- Self-Financed: Project or business that receives its main source of revenue from personal income, instead of acquiring it from external sources such as grants, exhibition/professional fees, commissions, investors or lenders. In most cases this is income earned as a salaried or hourly worker for an employer that an artist uses to support their practice.
- In-Kind: Donations of goods and services rather than cash.
- Production Grant: grant funds to produce a new self-initiated work of art.
- 17. Gimbalgolf, Crazy Art Golf Show Northern Quarter Gallery Manchester, UK 2004
- 18. Gimbalgolf Received commission and exhibition fee from gallery part of a fundraiser exhibition for gallery
- 19. Mute Objects COMMISSIONED BY STOREY GALLERY//FOLLY//LITFEST Virtual Public Art Project, Sound and Video Production/Editing and Flash Action Scripting and Animation.
- 20. Mute Objects Received commission from Folly for virtual version and also received a 17,000 R & D grant from Arts Council England ($34,000)
- Commission: When an individual or organization employs an artist to execute a particular project, the process and the resulting work are termed a commission.
- Exhibition Fee: Varying by size of organization and scope and duration of exhibition, these are the negotiated fees that the artist expects to be paid for exhibiting their work as part of solo, two-person, group shows, festivals and temporary works in the public realm.
- R&D Grant: Research and development grants fund the first phase or prototyping of work. While these types of grants are most common in academia and in design professions, there are some funders interested in funding early phases of artworks. Public art and urban design competitions are examples of R&D funding when there are associated fees for developing the idea. Interdisciplinary idea competitions and prototyping tech competitions are also common examples in the US.
- 23. Was part of a 17,000 R & D grant from Arts Council England and received 1000 enterprise funding from Sparc Aberdeen to develop it as a revenue generator for us and other designers on the site as earned income . Identityware www.idware.co.uk
- 24. et dukkehjem Received a $5,000 travel bursary to Macedonia for exhibition, in-kind support , and $4,000 University of Michigan production grant . $3,000 Self-financed. Total project budget $12,000 www.etdukkehjem.net
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