Wednesday, November 12, 2014 (please be sure you’re signing up for the correct date!)
Time: 6:30pm-9:30pm, 3 hrs
Class size: 3-12
Big Umbrella Studios
906 1/2 Divisadero Street,
San Francisco, CA 94115
In this powerful three-hour session, let SF-based artist Rick Kitagawa guide you over, around, and through the most common psychological and emotional barriers that hamper artists from realizing a career as an artist. Rick will debunk common art career myths and teach you the surprising secret on how to figure out what career advice you should really be following. Additionally, in a safe space, you’ll be learn a fast and simple technique to conquer your fears, how a true artist-entrepreneur (artrepreneur) works smarter, and how to stay sustainable in a frantic, stressful world.
You’ll leave this workshop inspired, energized, and with the foundation needed to really set out on the path to fulfilling your creative dreams.
To register, please add this workshop to your cart and check out! We’ll see you soon!
Registration closes Sunday, Nov. 9th at 11:59 pm, so sign up now!
Rick Kitagawa is an award-winning San Francisco based visual artist, storyteller, and arts educator. He currently is a sponsored artist for Crescent, Savoir-Faire, and KRINK. He also teaches business classes at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.