Jozara Training with co-founder Sam Dunstan

After training for years in a creative profession, it can be tough to know that you are doing the right things with your finances, sales and administration. It can be difficult to feel in control of everything that happens “beyond the stage”: finances, admin, tax, budgets, the best ways to approach funding, talking about yourself, framing your offering… and the list goes on.  This series of personal development seminars, brought to you by Jozara and Cast, are designed to help you better manage your administration, finance and mental health so you can focus on being a successful artist.

 

Fundamentals of Fundraising

Tuesday 13 April, 5.30pm-7.30pm

This seminar gives an overview of the key aspects of fundraising for artistic projects in the UK. By the end of this seminar, you will have the knowledge of what different avenues of funding are out there, which ones fit your work best, and you will be empowered to make it happen. In addition to this, the seminar covers:

  • The 3 types of Fundraising
  • How to create a Fundraising Narrative
  • The common mistakes made in Fundraising and how to avoid them

 

Getting Your Work Out

Tuesday 27 April, 5.30pm-7.30pm

This seminar gives an overview of programming practices for arts venues and theatres in the UK. By the end of this seminar, you will have the knowledge of what different venues are looking for, how best to pitch and discuss your work and get a strong sense of the UK theatrical landscape and calendar. In addition to this, the seminar covers:

  • The 3 types of UK Venue
  • How to create a Production Pack and Touring Plan
  • How to use data to plan strategically

 

 

To help you get the most out of these seminars, we want to know the issues you face regarding finance, administration, HMRC, working practices or getting started.

Once you have booked a seminar, send us your questions or comments to: info@jozara.co.uk and include the title of the seminar you’ve booked in the subject line.

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WHERE

WHEN

13-27 April
5.30pm-7.30pm

TICKETS

£6.50 per session

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