Creative Wealth: Building Financial Freedom for Arts Professionals

Creative Wealth: Building Financial Freedom for Arts Professionals 

DATE: Monday, September 21, 2009
TIME: 6:30pm - 9:00pm
LOCATION: MTC Studios, 311 West 43rd Street, 8th floor, Studio 4
Feel like you're drowning in this economy?

This one day workshop, presented by SUE GILAD and AMY SILVERMAN, is designed to help you create the right mindset and attitude for wealth building. Set powerful goals and create accountability; identify trends in the marketplace and turn those trends into a consistent stream of additional income. Help change your "starving artist" perspective to that of a "Thriving Artist."
Dynamic networking, wine and cheese to follow 
SUE GILAD was a self-made millionaire before the age 35. A voiceover artist, Sue is also an entrepreneur who has never had a "real" job. She specializes in building internet-based businesses and working with her Millionaire Mentor Team to build their income streams on the internet as well. Sue works systematically to teach others to build and generate six- figure residual incomes via the internet.

AMY SILVERMAN, actress, singer and arts-educator, has created her financial stability as a performer via internet entrepreneurship. Amy teaches individuals, artists and small business owners how to leverage the internet, referral marketing and product brokering to create financial stability. She is the owner of 3 growing businesses: www.EndlessConnect.com, www.BeWellLiving.com and www.EndlessMarket.com. Amy's commitment to emplowering others to find freedom in their creative lifes, by establishing stability in their financial lives, led her to found The Thriving Arts Initiative in 2008.


Career Coaching with Andrew Frank: PRODUCTIVITY and HAPPINESS

DATE: Monday, July 27, 2009 
TIME: 6:30-9:00pm 
LOCATION: MTC Studios, 311 West 43rd Street, 8th floor, Studio 3

Too much work? Too much play? Are the strains of working in the arts all-consuming? Is taking care of yourself a challenge? 

This one day workshop, presented by ANDREW FRANK, is designed to help you come up with a specific plan of action, with tangible ideas and tools that will increase your chances of having a successful, fulfilling and happy career in the arts. Topics include: models of change, the elements of happiness, and the Whole Life Model.
Dynamic networking, champagne-tinis and snacks to follow.

Over the past decade Andrew has worked with hundreds of artists on a variety of life concerns including: professional career development, networking, diversifying income streams, emotional and physical health, relationships, and living in New York.

He works professionally in theatre as a director, writer and producer and was the Founding Artistic Director of Manhattan Theatre Source. Andrew is certified in Personal Coaching by NYU. Andrew is a member of IAC - (The International Association of Coaching www.certifiedcoach.org) and practices under their printed Code of Ethics.


Jump start your Sunday - and your summer career goals - with the Coalition and professional coach Betsy Capes!

DATE : Sunday, May 17, 2009
TIME : 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. (please arrive 10 minutes early for sign-in)
LOCATION : MTC Studios, 311 West 43rd Street,
8th floor, Studio 4

Jump start your Sunday - and your summer career goals - with the Coalition and professional coach Betsy Capes! Betsy Capes founded Capes Coaching in April 2004 after six successful years casting and directing New York theatre. Betsy has worked in the casting departments at Manhattan Theatre Club, Roundabout Theatre Company, Binder Casting, The Public Theatre and more. As President and Founder of Capes Coaching, her mission is simple but ambitious: to create a new type of artist in the entertainment industry -- the empowered and fulfilled creative professional. With the creation of The Path Class, Betsy has helped over 1,000 actors, artists and creative professionals sustain successful careers in the entertainment industry. For more information on Betsy and Capes Coaching, visit www.capesco.com.

During this late morning seminar, Betsy will teach you the tools for setting powerful goals and taking strategic steps towards building a lifelong career in the entertainment industry. Over the course of 2 hours, you will create a specific, short-term goal that is tailored to your personal needs. Regardless of whether you are new to career planning or already have goals in place, the tools you will learn in this seminar will help you set up a personalized structure and accountability so that you get focused, on track and move forward with your artistic career.


Make Up Discoveries for Hi Def TV -- and Real Life -- with 5-time Emmy Award-winning celebrity makeup artist, EVE PEARL!

DATE : Tuesday, April 28th, 2009
TIME : 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm (doors open at 6:00 pm)

With over 18 years experience in television, film, theatre and print, Eve is both on air contributor at NBC's Today show and personal makeup artist to Meredith Vieira. She spent 9 years as the Key makeup artist and frequent on-air guest for The View. She has also worked at Live with Regis & Kelly, Good Morning America, The Academy Awards, Dateline, 20/20, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Saturday Night Live, Late Night with Conan O'Brien and many more shows.


2008 Collaboration Award

Monday, March 2, 2009 
The Gershwin Hotel, 7 East 27th Street
The NYCWAM Board Members and Honorary Artistic Advisors Nancy Ford, Gretchen Cryer and Leslie Ayvazian to honor the winners of the New York Coalition of Professional Women in the Arts and Media's Biennial Collaboration Award.   

Honored Finalists: 
  • Mel and El, This Show Rhymes : Melanie Adelman & Ellie Dvorkin
  • Front Lines, Political Plays by American Women: Shirley Lauro & Alexis Greene
  • Showers of Happiness : Carol Todd & Catherine Eaton
  • Wellspring : Ruth Margraff & Elyse Singer 


Just About Networking (JAN)

We, at the Coalition, decided to kick off the new season with a new event that's all networking, all the time. No speaker, no panelists, no films, no financial presentations, no how-to create a living will….This event is just about networking, and so we've called it the Just About Networking event!

You're bound to find something you're looking for:

Director of Photography 

Get What You Need at Our New Networking Event!
  • Networking Tips from Our Experts
  • Cross-discipline Networking
  • 10-Second Introduction
  • One-on-One Networking
  • Extended Conversation Time
  • Wine & Cheese Reception
...and More!

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