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Thriving in Arts and Entertainment in NYC (3 Seminars)

Description: • October 30, 2017 Survival: 101 Information and Resources you NEED: NYC Arts and Culture Landscape, Healthcare, Housing, Your Rights as a Worker… and more! • November 30, 2017 Get Paid, Get Funded, Get Creating Intellectual Property, Freelancer’s Rights, Work Space, Grants and Funding Opportunities • January 22, 2018 Speaking Up: Advocating for Yourself and Others Networking for Collective Power, Connecting with Arts & Entertainment Unions and Arts Advocates • LOCATION New York City Department of Cultural Affairs: 31 Chambers Street, Room 209; New York, NY 10007

Salary
Type of Opportunity
Location New York, NY
Field of Study Any
Degree Wanted None Required
Special Skills & Requirements • All three seminars will be hosted by the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs at 31 Chambers Street, Room 209, New York NY 10007 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM. • Please RSVP online at https://thrivinginarts.eventbrite.com
Company Name Arts & Entertainment Worker Resource Center
Contact:
Address: 31 Chambers Street, Room 209; New York, NY 10007
Email: aewrc@cornell.edu
Phone:
Website: https://thrivinginarts.eventbrite.com
About the Company: The goal of the Arts & Entertainment Worker Resource Center (WRC) is to help the thousands of early career workers in the NYC arts, entertainment, fashion and media industries build sustainable careers in the context of our rapidly changing work environment. We will create a space where workers will form community, access vital information and resources, develop skills, identify common challenges and issues and create strategies for addressing them. We will assist and advocate for all workers, particularly those who face barriers based on ethnicity, race, class, sexual orientation, ability, gender, and gender identity. If you are interested in getting involved with this project, send us an email at aewrc@cornell.edu.
How To Apply: Please RSVP online at https://thrivinginarts.eventbrite.com
Expiration Date:
(YYYY-MM-DD)
2018-01-22

 

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