Art World Conference is coming to Los Angeles on February 15 – 16, 2020. Visual artists, arts professionals, and freelance creatives are encouraged to attend this important gathering focused on career development, self-empowerment, and the sharing of practical, actionable information on business and financial health. Through panel discussions and in-depth workshops, respected experts from the L.A. community will present on topics ranging from managing debt, building credit, taxes, and investing to defining value, new technologies, legacy planning, and growing and sustaining community.
January 15, 2020 is the deadline for Early Bird conference tickets and for California residents to apply for CCI Quick Grants for reimbursement of conference costs.
Presenters include keynote speaker Arthur Lewis (Creative Director, UTA Fine Arts & UTA Artist Space); Edgar Arceneaux (Artist, Director, Associate Professor at USC); Sara Daleiden (Artist, Director of MKE<->LAX); Gianna Drake-Kerrison (Financial Advisor, UBS Financial Services, Inc.); Miata Edoga (Actor, Founder, Abundance Bound); Kibum Kim (Lawyer, Writer, Educator, Partner of Commonwealth and Council); Cameron Shaw (Curator and Deputy Director of CAMM); Megan Steinman (Director, The Underground Museum); Anuradha Vikram (Writer, Curator, Educator); Allison Wyper (Artist, Artist Knowledge Manager at CCI); and Mario Ybarra Jr. (Artist), among others.
Art World Conference Los Angeles is a fiscally sponsored project of NYFA taking place from February 15–16, 2020. The Welcome Party will be held at UTA Artist Space, followed by a full day of programming at Skirball Cultural Center.
For registration and additional information, visit www.artworldconference.com.
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