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How to Make a Living in the Arts, May Teleclass

Laura Zam

Monday, May 10, 2010 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)

How to Make a Living in the Arts, May Teleclass

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This 90 minute FREE teleclass gives you an introduction to my workshop: HOW TO MAKE A LIVING IN THE ARTS: A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH.

 

7 pm EST, 4 pm PST


You're welcome to join us as a way of investigating two upcoming workshops: an e-course and a one-day workshop. Or just take the teleclass on its own! When you register above, you'll be sent an email with all the information you'll need. Can't make the call? No problem. When you register and you'll be given a playback number.

 

This workshop was recently featured in the Washington Post Express!


HOW TO MAKE A LIVING IN THE ARTS:

A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH

  

Tired of Not Living an Authentic Life?

Not Sure How To Support Yourself Doing What You Really Love?


 

Taught by Laura Zam, an award-winning writer, performer, and educator, HOW TO MAKE A LIVING IN THE ARTS offers artists (writer's, musicians, actors, etc.) concrete steps for turning passion into profession. Or turning profession into more lucrative profession.  Unlike other artist-in-business workshops that focus primarily on marketing, this workshop offers comprehensive strategies that zero in on the particular struggles that artists face. Creative people at all stages of their careers are welcome. 

Topics we'll cover in the teleclass:

  • Construct a passionate vision for your life as a creative person;
  • Step into your role as artist entrepreneur;
  • Find a market for your work based on your unique contributions;
  • Manage and self-doubt and "naysayers";
  • Identify meaningful income streams;
  • Model your career on the lives of already successful artists;
  • Make the transition from your current life to your ideal artist's life.

The call will last approximately 90 minutes, including time for questions and answers.

 

Learn how to move ahead, directly toward your dreams! 

Read student testimonials here!

 


Have questions about How to Make a Living in the Arts, May Teleclass? Contact Laura Zam

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Laura Zam

Laura Zam is an award-winning writer, performer, and educator.  Praise in the Washington post described her work as “beautiful,” smart,” and “funny.” To date, Laura has created seven one-person plays, which she has performed Off-Broadway, internationally, and across the US, including Woolly Mammoth, Theater J, and The Kennedy Center as well as The Public Theater, Dixon Place, and Ensemble Studio Theatre in New York.  Her newest solo piece, Married Sex, was commissioned by Theater J, where it had a workshop production before being performed this past summer in the New York International Fringe Festival. In November, it will be performed Off-Broadway at the United Solo Theatre Festival at Theatre Row. Laura is currently turning this play into a media project that inlcludes a memoir, essays, a blog, ebooks, public speaking, and touring performances.  Her touring play Collaterally Damaged has been seen at colleges, festivals, conferences, professional development events, schools, and libraries across the U.S. Through this play, Laura raises awareness about the aftermath of war. Laura has published extensively, including dramatic writing and stories appearing in six book anthologies. She's published essays and articles in Velvet Magazine, Time Out Prague, and others. Awards: Semi-Finalist O'Neill National Playwrights Conference, Amiri Baraka Literary Prize, a Tennesee Williams Fellowship, Open Society Fund grant (Soros Foundation), and an Artist Fellowship from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities.  Also an arts educator specializing in healing, Laura has worked with trauma survivors all over the world, including teens from the Middle East, wounded soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, and survivors of sexual abuse. Recently, she was invited to work with female military veterans at the Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, NY.  Laura has a B.A. in Theatre from Brooklyn College and an M.F.A. in Playwriting from Brown University. She has taught at Brown University, UC Berkeley and George Mason University, among others. For more information, visit LauraZam.com.

 

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