Apply to the Creative Capital Summer Intensive

 

BlogPostsAs an artist it’s important to build a path to greater sustainability and self-sufficiency. Our Professional Development Program works to create workshops that serve artists’ needs and help them reach their goals on their own terms.

This summer we are launching the Creative Capital Summer Intensive—a free, four-day professional development workshop for 40 New York City area artists in all disciplines—and we want you to apply. (Deadline: June 27) The Summer Intensive offers a unique opportunity for artists to receive arts-focused professional training in strategic planning, verbal communications, marketing and promotion, web skills, financial management and business.

The Summer Intensive is supported by BAM’s Education & Humanities department with participation by DanceMotion USA℠. The event will be held on August 10-13 at BAM Fisher in Brooklyn, New York.

Due to high demand, eligible participants will be selected through a lottery process. In order to be included in the lottery, artists must complete the online registration form before June 27.

For complete program details, including eligibility requirements and access to the registration form, click here.
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Ana Cecilia Alvarez

About Ana Cecilia Alvarez

Ana Cecilia Alvarez is the Marketing and Administrative Associate for the Professional Development Program at Creative Capital. A writer and educator from Mexico City, her words on art and women have appeared in several publications, including The New Inquiry, Vice, Broadly, The Hairpin, and Adult, where she is also the online editor. Ana co-founded Sx-Ed, a think tank that develops strategies for social mediation in the areas of sexuality, politics, psychology, and labor. She has lectured and taught at Bruce High Quality Foundation University, The School of Making Thinking, and Theorizing The Web. She studied at Columbia Journalism School and received a BA in History of Art and Architecture from Brown University. She currently resides in Brooklyn.

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