Project Management for Arts & Culture
Artists and creative professionals live and thrive in a world of projects. Projects can be large or small, last from weeks or years, and involve a multitude of people. Whatever the project – whether you’re preparing a grant, staging a performance, planning an exhibition, scheduling renovations, or developing a resource – efficient project management can have a big impact on your bottom line. Presenter Inga Untiks will explore how applying project management techniques can benefit you and provide hands-on activities to help you break down projects into manageable tasks.
Who is this workshop for?
As always, Artscape Launchpad programs are specifically tailored for professionals who drive the creative and cultural sectors.This includes artists, writers, filmmakers, designers, musicians, craftspeople and peformers of all kinds.
This workshop will benefit any artist or arts administrator seeking tools to simplify their workloads.
You’ll walk away knowing:
The fundamentals of managing any project, including: initiating, planning, executing, moniting and closing;
How to apply project management best practices, taken from case study examples from the arts and cultural community;
Other arts administrators, with whom you can build a supportive community that shares your challenges.
Presented by: Inga Untiks, Instructor, Arts Administration and Cultural Management Program, Humber College School of Creative & Performing Arts
Light refreshments will be provided.
About the Speaker:
Inga Untiks is a Sessional Instructor in the Humber Program for Arts Administration and Cultural Management. She is an active mentor for emerging curators, and has a wealth of experience in organizational development in both Canada and Europe. Her current research considers the intersections of art and commerce in the global digital age.
Our Mission is to support the people who work in the cultural sector through life-long career development and business skills training.
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