Program Type:Arts and Crafts, Business, DIY, Finance, Lectures and Presentations, More Fun Stuff, Older Adults
How do you place a financial value on your creative expression? Figuring out how to price your artwork may be one of the toughest challenges that creatives deal with on an ongoing basis. Led by visual artist and TV host, Michael Gadlin, this workshop will help creatives better understand various theories and processes for pricing their work. Whether you are just starting out in your art career or taking an established enterprise to the next level, participants will learn useful tips and practices for valuing and selling their work.
Michael Gadlin is a professional visual artist represented by K Contemporary. He is also the co-host for Rocky Mountain PBS’ Arts District Program, serves on the Board of Trustees for MCA Denver and is Chair of the Board at PlatteForum.
Recording notice: This event will be recorded for later viewing on DPL's YouTube channel. Only the presenters' video and audio feeds are captured.
Tools for the Creative Life is a workshop series aimed at providing creatives with connection, new skills, inspirational capital and tools to craft a healthy creative ecosystem. Presented in partnership by the RiNo Arts District, Transforming Creatives, CBCA, the Creative Integration Initiative and the Denver Public Library.
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