Online Events & In Person Workshops
The Artist’s Journey to Conscious Juggling.
Free Teleseminiar - Wednesday, June 18th, 2014 from 5:00 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. Pacific; 8:00 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. Eastern.
Will you ever be able to juggle all the things in your art business and your life and find some balance? Read more and sign up!
Last one was in Honolulu, Hawaii, it was wonderful! We're sorry we missed you!!
If you would like us to conduct one for you and your group or organization, please email to inquire.
Custom Workshops at Your Location:
Our most popular classes at your artist event, anywhere. Got an event? Thinking about having one for your group, or organization? Email: Aletta@artistcareertraining.com for info.
"What can I say…you were/are absolutely wonderful!!!! You added so much intelligence, charm and information to our Art Talk…with 94 people there…WOW!! Thank you so very much for this wonderful contribution to Art Works Downtown and to our desire to help Marin Artists. THANKS!!!!! ~ Bruce W. Burtch http://www.artworksdowntown.org/
"We met briefly at one of your outbreak sessions during the NANPA (National Association of Nature Photographers) Summit in Reno, and I just wanted to follow up by saying hello and thank you for taking time to talk to me. Of all the sessions that I attended I found yours to be one of the most useful as it demonstrated, in the most practical terms, the steps I should be taking in the near future to further my photography as a sustainable business. I look over my notes very often now. I hope we will meet one day again soon." KM
"On behalf of the Board of Directors, Summit Program Committee, NANPA members and staff, a very sincere 'Thank You' for the personal time, effort, creativity, expertise and generosity that you provided the registrants during the recent NANPA Annual Summit in Reno, Nevada. From the feedback we have received, the quality of learning and the appreciation of the attendees at your presentation, Who are you and why should I do business with you? , were very high. While it may sound trite, it was in large part your willingness to share with others that made the Summit this year so successful. Again, thank you!"
"We met at the NANPA summit. I was writing to thank you for the presentation you gave and for taking time to talk with me after it was over. You gave me a lot of ideas to creatively market my work. I hope you enjoyed yourself at the summit and I look forward to seeing you next year in Texas!" RD