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Free Telecourse (09/03): So, You Wanna Be a Professional Artist?
Posted: 2009-08-24 By SNStaff

Thursday, September 3, 2009
12 Survive and Thrive Tips for the Working Performing Artist

So, you want to be a professional artist, huh? No matter your art form (storyteller, actor, puppeteer, juggler, dancer, musician, magician, karate expert or other format) there are things you must do to succeed in your work in the arts business. Yes, we said “business” because that is what you are: the CEO of the business of You. In this focused telecourse, we will take you through 12 things you must know about the perils, trials and joys of being a working performing artist.

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