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Work of Art: Engaging Customers & Selling Your Work

Learn tools and techniques to communicate the value of your work to potential customers. Presented in partnership with Peninsula School of Art.

Work of Art: Pricing

This analytical approach isn’t intended to be the only way to price your work. It’s intended to show you the factors of product production that apply to everything in the marketplace. Once you understand what each of the variables are you’ll be able to customize a formula that fits your business model. Presented in partnership with Peninsula School of Art.

Work of Art: Portfolio Kit

Your portfolio is the core of your promotional material and professional calling card. Focus on the essential elements: sharpening your artist statement, tailoring your artistic resume, and curating and formatting your work samples. Presented in partnership with Peninsula School of Art.

Work of Art: Time Management

Discover analytical and tool-based approaches to manage your time. These tools will help you tackle hurdles related to efficiency, flexibility, and structure to help you reach your artistic goals. Presented in partnership with Peninsula School of Art.

Work of Art: Marketing

Define your product, discover your target audience, make decisions about how you sell your work, and identify a budget and strategy for your artistic business. Presented in partnership with Peninsula School of Art.

Creative Change Coalition, Technical Assistance Workshop: Producing Affirming Drag Events

Learn strategies for producing affirming drag events from experts in drag story hours, drag brunches, and catwalk parties. They will share their experience supporting programming that celebrates and cares for marginalized communities.

Work of Art: Promotions

Craft persuasive messaging and create a strategy for how you will get the word out about your work, events, and news. Presented in partnership with Dubuque Museum of Art.

Work of Art: Pricing

This analytical approach isn’t intended to be the only way to price your work. It’s intended to show you the factors of product production that apply to everything in the marketplace. Once you understand what each of the variables are you’ll be able to customize a formula that fits your business model. Presented in partnership with Dubuque Museum of Art.

Ask Me Anything: Balancing Caregiving and Your Artistic Career

Join us for a lunchtime conversation with artists and curators Teréz Iacovino and Emmett Ramstad who will share tips and strategies for balancing the responsibilities and goals of being a caregiver and artist. This program is moderated by Anitra Budd, Artist Career Consultant with Springboard for the Arts.

Art-Train Individual Artist Training

The free Art-Train Individual Artist Training is for artists who are interested in building on their existing skills to collaborate in and with their communities through their local agencies, non-profits, and arts councils. Artists will deepen practices around creative problem solving, equitable community engagement, and creating arts-based strategies to contribute to equitable community and economic development, public health, planning, and other public sectors.

Art-Train Individual Artist Training

The free Art-Train Individual Artist Training is for artists who are interested in building on their existing skills to collaborate in and with their communities through their local agencies, non-profits, and arts councils. Artists will deepen practices around creative problem solving, equitable community engagement, and creating arts-based strategies to contribute to equitable community and economic development, public health, planning, and other public sectors.

Art-Train Individual Artist Training

The free Art-Train Individual Artist Training is for artists who are interested in building on their existing skills to collaborate in and with their communities through their local agencies, non-profits, and arts councils. Artists will deepen practices around creative problem solving, equitable community engagement, and creating arts-based strategies to contribute to equitable community and economic development, public health, planning, and other public sectors.

Art-Train Agency/Organization Training

The Agency/Organization Training is for staff at government agencies, tribal councils, community non-profits and arts councils to develop strategies to reach and engage more people, increase community relevance and connection, and find innovative ways to be more effective – and create authentic, equitable and lasting change.

Art-Train Agency/Organization Training

The Agency/Organization Training is for staff at government agencies, tribal councils, community non-profits and arts councils to develop strategies to reach and engage more people, increase community relevance and connection, and find innovative ways to be more effective – and create authentic, equitable and lasting change.

Art-Train Agency/Organization Training

The Agency/Organization Training is for staff at government agencies, tribal councils, community non-profits and arts councils to develop strategies to reach and engage more people, increase community relevance and connection, and find innovative ways to be more effective – and create authentic, equitable and lasting change.

Rural Regenerator Fellowship: Info Session

Join us on Friday, May 31, 2024 from 12-1pm (CST) for a virtual info session with Springboard staff to answer questions about the Rural Regenerator Fellowship application and program!

Creative Change Coalition, Community of Practice: Vision & Strategy: Artists in Advocacy

Artists and culture bearers can be powerful allies in advocating for policy change, movement building, and other economic and social justice efforts. Join us to hear from leading organizations who are working with artists to build narratives, communicate policy impacts, and mobilize community members.

Creative Change Coalition, Technical Assistance Workshop: The Long Game – Federal funding for equitable community impacts through creative cross-sector strategies

Learn how to access federal funding and engage creative people in your community. More details will be released soon!

Creative Change Coalition, Technical Assistance Workshop: Meaning-Making Through Murals

Thinking about murals in your community? Wondering where to start? Murals can bring beauty and meaning to places AND they also can bring people together, create conversation and build relationships.

Falls Community Arts Exchange Info Session

Join Springboard staff to get answers to questions around the application, eligibility, Fergus Falls, community partners, and more. This session will be recorded, and close-captioned using Zoom’s automated live transcription feature.