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12:00 PM -- WELCOME by Monique Dove

12:15 - 1:30 PM -- PANEL DISCUSSION
"What is Success?” "How Do I Attain Success?" "Will It Change My Life for the Better or Worse?"

Panel Speakers Include:
Victoria Paytonwebber, Dr. Yonette Thomas
Akia Jones (visual artist)
Greenspan stage name Brian Dawkins formal name (musician)
Atiya Gilmore (photographer/teacher)
Kojo Owusu-kusi (visual artist)
Darren Franklin (travel agent)
Virtuoso Inkorporated Steven McGill, II (writer) Jason Herbert, (Baltimore Improv Group)
Ronald Campbell Jr. (visual artist)
Samod Wilson (visual artist)
David Anderson (photographer)
Reginald C. Thomas II (photographer)
Dre Jackson (Poet and lyricist)
Barry Duperon (visual artist)

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1:30 – 2:00 PM
LUNCH BREAK – (Free Sandwiches & Drinks)

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2:00 – 3:00 PM -- PRESENTATION:
Young Artists Career Development by Carolyn Goodridge

  • "Where Are You As An Artist?"

  • "What Do You Need To Do To Move Ahead?"

  • "How Do You Leverage Your Creativity And Become Renown?"

Attendees learn about cultivating a business mind-set and tools of the trade - marketing, website development, video production.
3:00 – 3:30 PM - Included Attendees' Portfolio and Website Review

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BREAK – 3:30 – 3:45 PM
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3:45 to 4:45 PM
Topic: "Growing Financially Intelligent and Successful"
with Special Guest Speaker, Art Collector and Financial Advisor, Mark E. Baker, MBA


Ten raffle prizes will be awarded throughout the day, but you must be present to win.
Raffle Tickets Are Free!

Young Artists Career Development Day

Art Impact™ USA is dedicated to supporting artists by helping them to develop their careers and expand opportunities for selling their art. Art Impact™ USA emboldens an enriched world community through support of its multi-cultural, multi-national artists. Art Impact™ USA creates synergistic relationships with corporations, non-profits, hospitals, embassies and artists around the world. These resources enable the artists to grow and shine the light of their creativity to benefit humanity, inspire communities, and their leaders for the good of our nation and the world at large.

Equal Medium Mentorship Program LLC welcomes Art Impact™ USA, Inc. to Baltimore, MD. E.M.M.P and Art Impact™ USA will be hosting an artist career workshop on March 25, 2017 from 11 am- 5 pm. The forum will be broken down into sections like investing, preparation, discipline, marketing, and advertising, how to get and maintain resources.

Painting an Exit , the March Initiative of E.M.M.P., is geared towards providing youth national stages to share their work, engage community, and build healthy relationships with youth artist from around the country. Painting an Exit works to develop safe places for youth to discuss important topics, process internal and external stress, and create thought provoking art. Within these forums we hope to expose youth to new tools and apply these skills to educational and career related paths; build relationships, teamwork skills; and build camaraderie among youth while fostering an appreciation for life.

Together we are bringing this forum to the 10 to 25 year-old population who are also aspiring or practicing creatives. The youth are prime candidates, with adventurous minds, freedom, curiosity, and fearlessness. They need protection and guidance. So many times we are competing rather than building bridges for and with each other. E.M.M.P and Art Impact USA want to teach youth sustainability, intellectual value, investing, and how to use their collective resources. We all have experience and expertise that can enrich, provoke, and secure success in one another. Most importantly our young people need us because the foundation of the future starts today.

CONTACTS: (Co-Organizers and Co-Producers)

Monique Dove, Founding Director
Equal Medium Mentorship Program LLC
equalmediuminc@gmail.com
Baltimore, MD
US Cell 443-226-0555

Carolyn Goodridge, Executive Director
Art Impact™ USA, Inc.
A 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization
1025 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 1000
Washington, DC 20036
Office: 877-772-6045 • Fax: 877-772-6049
US Cell 202-297-3040
cgoodridge@artimpactusa.org
www.artimpactusa.org

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