Sustaining Your Arts Practice 3: Making a Plan

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Join this interactive workshop with arts leader and entrepreneur Debby Maziarz exploring plans, intentions and goals in creative practice.

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Design your working conditions in a way you like to get your important work done!

Join this deep dive workshop program for artists and creatives, offering simple tools and principles about sustaining a creative practice.

Making a Plan will explore:

  • Setting intentions
  • Setting personal, professional, and artistic goals
  • Creative wellbeing

This is an interactive workshop and conversation. You will be invited to share thoughts, insights, stories and respond to prompts and exercises individually and in small working groups. This session is offered as part of a suite of three interconnected workshops followed by one-to-one mentoring with arts leader and creative entrepreneur Debby Maziarz. Attendees are welcome to book into one (or all) of the Sustaining your Arts Practice sessions. Places are limited.

About the Facilitator:

Debby Maziarz is an arts leader and facilitator who started her career in the circus. She founded the Westside Circus in 1996 and then dived into her own arts leadership practice that maximises her skills and assets and delivers on her mission.

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