About this event:

COVID-19 has changed the way we experience the world and has force artists to complete reinvent all creative arts industries. This workshop will create the space for a dialogue about creative (and safe) ways to hold in-person events. This includes where to find resources regarding government-mandated social distancing guidelines, how to implement these guidelines in creative ways, and directions for where to access legal liability information. The workshop will also teach artists where and how to look for opportunities to display and present their work both in person and online, while also maintaining ownership and rights to their work.

Note: Workshop attendees have the ability to earn a professional development certificate by completing all workshops in Modules 1, 2, and 3 in this series. Workshop participation can be synchronous or asynchronous; live workshops will be recorded and shared on a closed link, viewable through March 1, 2021. For those that complete all workshops in this three-part series, electronic certificates will be emailed on November 10, 2020 and March 10, 2021.

About the series: This fall, the Ain Center is working with Eastman’s Institute for Music Leadership and a number of community partners to offer a series of online workshops, called Roc the Business of Art, aimed to help artists in the greater Rochester area develop business and entrepreneurial skills. This partnership is through the Arts in the Loop Initiative. This workshop will focus on Sharing Your Work in a Post-COVID World.

The University of Rochester is committed to providing inclusive experiences and equal access to programs and services. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation or have questions about the access provided, please contact AinCFE@rochester.edu. In all situations, a good faith effort (up until the time of the event) will be made to provide accommodations.

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