Here’s something of interest to filmmakers: A free tax credits workshop for Massachusetts filmmakers, including how to prepare for them and what’s required for the mandatory audit, with a Q & A session to follow on Wednesday
September 9, 2009 at 6:30 pm at the FC office, 397 Moody St., 2nd floor, Waltham, MA. CPA Irene Wachsler from Tobolsky and Wachsler will be presenting information about what expenses qualify and how to ensure that you receive as much money as you are entitled.
Deadline: RSVP to email@example.com by noon Monday September 7.
Interested in public art? Come hear from field experts and peers, network with other artists, and participate in the discussion at the New England Foundation for the Arts. The first in their series will be a session featuring Lynn Basa, public artist, faculty member at the Art Institute of Chicago, and author of The Artists Guide to Public Art. This session is appropriate for artists with limited public art experience or those with experience who would like a refresher. Lynn will lead us through her “tricks of the trade” for finding, applying for, and winning public art commissions. Staff from NEFA, the Boston Art Commission, and the Cambridge Arts Council will also be available to share information about their public art programs.
Other topics in the works include temporary public art, transitioning from gallery work to the public realm, and public art in private development. For the subsequent session dates and times, visit www.nefa.org/calendar and check your email for future announcements from NEFA.
When: September 22, 2009, 12 – 3 PM. Bring a lunch!
Where: NEFA, 145 Tremont St., Seventh Floor, Boston, MA 02111
RSVP and questions about this event: Lauren Johnston, Public Art Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617.951.0010 x528.
PAY TO PLAY:
Americans for the Arts 2008 National Arts Marketing Project Conference
in Rhode Island has a one-day preconference for marketing issues for artists.
The Artist’s Professional Toolbox Program: A career development program that empowers practicing visual artists. The Arts & Business Council of Greater Boston (A&BC/Boston) works toward building a vibrant arts community in Greater Boston by providing support services to artists and arts organizations including training, capacity building, legal services, and technical assistance.
Deadline: Monday, October 19, 2009
Image credit: Wood Tortoise from Webster’s New International Dictionary of the English Language, 1911, G & C Miriam Co. Springfield, MA.
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