Spring with ArtsForce

January 25 2018

ArtsForce events and workshops help you, current College of Fine Arts undergraduate students, transition from college into a successful and rewarding career in any field you choose.Each year, a team of your peers intern to create events and workshops. These are opportunities to receive mentoring, network with established artists, businesses, and organizations, and develop skills needed for professional growth after college.ArtsForce wants you to succeed!

Do you have our Spring schedule on your calendar?

Budgeting Today: Preparing for Your Artistic Career | 1/26 from 3—4:30P, Career & Professional Development Center Library (350 SSB)
Come join ArtsForce and the Personal Money Management Center for an interactive workshop on budgeting as a freelance artist. You will learn the skills to create, follow, and track a budget in order to support your artistic ventures.

How to Get Paid for Your Art? Contracts, Copyright, Etc. | 2/9 from 3—4:30P, Career & Professional Development Center Library (350 SSB) 
Join ArtsForce for a workshop focused on the intersection of art making and legal responsibilities. We will be joined by Attorney Aaron Garrett, the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Nonprofit Legal Services of Utah, who will speak about and answer questions on topics such as copyright law, LLCs, and contracts. Read about Garrett here

Practicing Wellness in an Artistic Lifestyle | 2/23 from 3—4:30P, Career & Professional Development Center Library (350 SSB) 
When your art​ form transitions from a hobby to career, it can challenge you physically and mentally in new ways and often cause you to forego self-care.  Join the Wellness Center and ​ArtsForce to learn how to be deliberate about your overall wellness when it comes to your creative work. 

Annual ArtsForce Networking Event & Luncheon | 3/10 from 9A—2P (with an optional panel from 1-2p), Utah Museum of Fine Arts
At the annual ArtsForce Networking Luncheon, CFA students network with alumni and local arts organizations. The event is designed to help College of Fine Arts students learn more about the value of arts degrees and practice articulating that value. 

College of Fine Arts faculty are invited and encouraged to attend/participate!