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Artist Spotlight

Interdisciplinary artist, Ben Oblivion, is pushing boundaries and blurring lines between visual art, performance, theatrics and absurdist humor and has been working to establish a community for outre and left-field artists working in the region. He single-handedly organizes the monthly performance collective, Conundrum Co-Op at Maelstrom Collaborative Arts and is bringing more magic to SPACES Gallery this month. 

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Upcoming Events

11/16/19 Kathak and Flamenco Comparative study workshop

11/17/19 Writing Recipes

11/18/19 Creative Encounters in Differentiation for the Gifted

09/10/19 Piano Lessons from Robert Dubbs

10/06/19 Michael Chekhov Technique: Foundation

10/19/19 Writing Out Loud

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Money Museum - Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Structuring the best plan for managing your finances as an artist or creative professional may seem daunting. This guide contains a general overview of some accounting principles and financial practices.
How do you budget for what you need and then build a strategy to seek the funding required to complete your work? In this section we will discuss some “tried and true” and “known and new” ways that artists can find the funds they need to make it all happen.
The Artist as an Entrepreneur Institute
Use your creative skills in new contexts. See opportunities in the challenge. Solve problems and change the game. AEI considers your "business" a means for you to keep creating and sharing your work - earning a living as you do so.

What is your biggest challenge as a working artist?

When do you come up with the best ideas?