Seminars and workshops

Engaging and provocative seminars and workshops covering a wide range of topics. Open to anyone within the performing industry.

Events


King's College London - Council Room

Seminar 5: Where is all the money?

As we are so often reminded, securing funding as a musician is (apparently) becoming increasingly tricky. This seminar will provide useful insight into how to raise money for your project.

– How can I think intelligently about types of funding out there?
– Who are the best institutional donors for emerging musicians?
– Is public funding through ACE GftA a good potential source of funding?
– How can I think creatively for new fundraising possibilities?
– What have been the recent trends in direct funding for individual musicians?
– What are the common pitfalls for musicians applying to specific project funds?
– What is the best way to communicate my project and myself pre and post-funding?
– Is private philanthropy really an option? How would it work?


Royal Over-Seas League -Alexandra Hall

Seminar 6: Beyond the Stage

All emerging artists are welcome to attend this seminar, exploring the many non-performing careers in the arts.

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Royal Over-Seas League - Alexandra Hall

Seminar 7: Managing your career online

Harnessing the power of digital technologies is vital in the development of a performing career. In this seminar we will discuss what you can do to make the most of digital opportunities.

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Royal Over-Seas League - Alexandra Hall

Seminar 9: Tax glorious tax!

All emerging artists are invited (and encouraged!) to attend this discussion, exploring the thorny issues around tax, expenses, contracts and performance rights.

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King's College London - Council Room

Seminar 10: Making your idea happen

This final seminar of the season explores the fundamentals of project management. What support is out there for artists starting out in their practical careers?

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