New revised version of 'Organizing for Creative People' out January 2020!

Sheila Chandra - Wednesday, December 04, 2019

The new print version of 'Organizing for Creative People' (now 'Organizing Your Creative Career') is finally here!

I'm delighted to say that the new chapter I wrote on pricing and funding for 'Organizing for Creative People' (now renamed 'Organizing Your Creative Career') will finally be available on 14th January 2020. The new chapter came about because I was being asked questions about writing funding proposals at the short workshops I did around the original publication date in 2017.

A new chapter to answer all your funding questions

Funding has become an increasingly important source of revenue for artists in the last decade. Hopefully, the new chapter - which covers both state arts funding and crowdfunding extensively - will answer all your funding and proposal writing questions.

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