Event | The Profitable Artist Lecture Series: Financial Basics for Artists
Free workshop will be held on September 26 at NYFA’s office in Brooklyn.
The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is pleased to invite artists of all disciplines to a free workshop based on NYFA’s newly-revised second edition of its popular textbook, The Profitable Artist (Allworth Press, 2018). In our “Financial Basics for Artists" presentation, you will have the opportunity to meet two of the main contributors to The Profitable Artist, Rosalba Mazzola, CPA, and Julian Schubach, ODI Financial, as they discuss important topics from the book related to budgeting, accounting, and personal finance. RSVP now to save your seat at this informative event!
This interactive session will feature presentations, a Q&A session, and the chance to mingle and learn more about NYFA over light refreshments.
Copies of The Profitable Artist will be available for purchase at the event; get a signed copy and save on the shipping fee!
Title: The Profitable Artist Lecture Series: Financial Basics for Artists
Date and Time: Wednesday, September 26, 6:30 PM-8:00 PM
Location: The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), 20 Jay Street, Suite 740, Brooklyn, NY 11201
RSVP: RSVP here via Eventbrite
This event is free and open to the public.
Getting to NYFA
Closest Subway to 20 Jay Street:
* F to York Street
Next Closest Subway:
* A or C to High Street/Brooklyn Bridge
The New York Foundation for the Arts is committed to making events held at the NYFA office at 20 Jay Street in Brooklyn accessible. If you are mobility-impaired and need help getting to NYFA’s office for events held on premises, we are pleased to offer complimentary car service from the wheelchair accessible Jay Street-MetroTech subway station courtesy of transportation sponsor Legends Limousine. Please email [email protected] or call 212.366.6900 ext. 252 between 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM at least three business days in advance of the event to coordinate. The elevator access point for pickup is at 370 Jay Street, on the NE corner of Jay and Willoughby Streets.
Image: Bridging the Gap between Studio and Audience, June 2018; Photo Credit: NYFA