Understanding and managing sales and service agreements including commission, consignment and licensing.|
Creatives (fine artists, craftspeople, designers, illustrators, performers and musicians) often encounter or enter into professional relationships that may require a contract or an agreement. From commissions, to working with galleries or shops, to working with clients or other businesses, creatives will learn how to understand their rights and how to best protect themselves.
Presenters will include Zeke & Chelsea Callanan from Opticliff ESQ LLC, Arielle Walrath co-president of AIGA Maine / principal at Might & Main, Portland Museum of Art Store manager Sally Struever and Patrick May from the Portland Music Foundation.
July 10 : Feeding Your Studio
Evaluating technical and professional opportunities including residencies, studio environment, and education.
August 14 : Going BIG
The implications of growing as an artist and art based business including fabrication, production, sourcing, and staffing.
This four part series is made possible in part by a grant from the Quimby Family Foundation and the partnership of Creative Portland, Maine College of Art and the Maine Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts.
Osher Hall - MECA (View)
522 Congress Street
Portland, ME 04101
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|