New Webinar January 14: Creative Recovery, Prioritizing How to Support Tennessee Artists During Economic Uncertainty
From Suzanne Lynch, Director of Marketing and Development –
The Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville and the Tennessee Arts Commission are excited to present the 5th webinar in the Persist & Prosper series with a webinar for individual artists.
Join us January 14, 2021, 3 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. CST for Creative Recovery: Prioritizing How to Support Tennessee Artists During Economic Uncertainty, a free webinar to discover programs and resources available to assist Tennessee artists through times of economic uncertainty.
Among the many lessons of 2020, the need is clear for a strong infrastructure of support and resources to ensure that Tennessee artists continue to persist and prosper through economic uncertainty. A panel of speakers from organizations throughout Tennessee will provide overviews of their programs in support of artists including business and entrepreneurial resources for freelance artists, opportunities for performers, direct relief support, and artist residencies. Bring your burning questions! The webinar ends with a live Q&A with the speakers.
- Dr. Janice Crews, Director, Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts, Austin Peay State University
- Haley “Zap” Zapolski, Renew Nashville Program Manager, Nashville Entrepreneur Center
- Lauren Kennedy, Executive Director, UrbanArt Commission
- Liza Zenni, Executive Director, Arts & Culture Alliance
This is the fifth webinar in the “Persist & Prosper” webinar series, hosted by the Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville and sponsored by the Tennessee Arts Commission, designed to help Tennessee Arts & Cultural Organizations and Artists survive and thrive.
Did you miss December’s webinar with the National Endowment for the Arts and South Arts? View it on the Arts & Business Council’s YouTube Channel along with all other previous webinars in the series.