We're building this project for you. It's for women and led by women.
#210 - 128 W. Hastings Vancouver, BC
April 22, 2017
April 29, 2017
April 30, 2017
May 6, 2017
May 13, 2017
(11am - 2pm)
The Future gives young women of colour an opportunity to develop creative and professional skills and grow a network of like-minded peers and mentors. In a series of five workshops, we'll explore the fundamentals of being an awesome and effective creative leader with some of the city's most inspiring women.
The program will also provide networking opportunities. Participants will meet mentors, build their networks and obtain practical skills and knowledge that will help them to become confident, engaged young leaders in the arts.
** The Future is free. There is no fee to participate.
BUILDING LEADERSHIP (April 22, 2017)
Establishing yourself as a young professional is key to developing leadership skills and confidence in yourself. This workshop will help guide you in setting goals and a vision, and developing a personal narrative through storytelling.
Jackie Wong (Writer, Facilitator)
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FUNDING & FINANCES (April 29, 2017)
Financial literacy is one of the most important skill sets for yourself, your projects and sustaining creative organizations. Learn tips and tricks for grant-writing and develop your financial literacy, including how to budget to keep your funds flowing.
Kristin Cheung (Development Officer, Contemporary Art Gallery)
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COLLABORATING & RELATIONSHIPS (April 30, 2017)
Building strong effective relationships is key to personal and professional success. In this workshop, you will learn how to navigate relationships through the good and the not-so-good times, and how to develop long-term relationships to build organizational sustainability.
Michelle Cyca (Co-Publisher, SAD Mag)
MARKETING & MESSAGING (May 6, 2017)
How do you get your message and organization out there in the world? Learn branding, public relations, social media marketing and the tools and best practices to tell your story online and IRL.
Wanyee Li (Reporter/Photographer, Metro News)
CELEBRATING (May 13, 2017)
We're going to celebrate you and your work. To close our time together, we'll discuss the importance of self-care, diversity, safe spaces and supporting one another.
Melanie Matining (Activist, community organizer)
Vanessa Richards (Artist, facilitator)