MASTER CLASS 3: Design Your Own Creative Road Map

$125.00

Traditional business plans may not work for independent performing artists and creatives, but it doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t have a plan at all.  In this masterclass Michelle will guide participants through a process for designing a plan to follow that prioritizes your desires, identifies your challenges and organizes the specific actions that you will take to achieve your goals as an independent creative.

As a part of our commitment toward greater racial equity in the arts, this code can be used by anyone identifying as Black, Indigenous, or a Person of Color for a tuition discounted by 20%. Only three of these partial scholarships are available for this class.  Code: ROADMAPS24

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How to Use Your Imagination to Design Your Own Creative Road Map

5:30–8:30pm     Monday, April 1   Cost: $125

Traditional business plans may not work for independent performing artists and creatives, but it doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t have a plan at all. In fact, if we want to thrive as artist we must use our creativity to design a plan that maps out everything that we want to achieve.

In this masterclass Michelle will guide participants through a process for designing a plan to follow that prioritizes your desires, identifies your challenges and organizes the specific actions that you will take to achieve your goals as an independent creative. This process is used to crush time management issues, feeling overwhelmed and not knowing where to begin with your ideas.

About Michelle

Michelle N. Matlock (She/They) is a performing artist, teacher, producer, director and creative coach. Most recently she was awarded a 2023 NEA grant through KCFringe Presents to revive her critically acclaimed solo show, The Mammy Project. Her solo show has travelled to universities and theaters across the United States, Canada and South America. She has been performing for over 20 years and has had the pleasure of creating original characters for Cirque du Soleil, Circus Amok, and Bindlestiff Family Cirkus. Other notable experiences have been teaching as Adjunct Faculty at Dell’Arte International, Clown Gym, Laughter League and directing the clowns of Circus Bella in San Francisco. Michelle currently resides in Tacoma, WA.

 

 

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