How to Make A Living in the Arts

with Life Coach, Artist, and Entrepreneur Alexandra Phillips

February 4, 2016
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm 
New York Open Center 
22 East 30th Street 

Cost: $25 member$30 non-members 

Passion alone won't make you a successful artist.  And that's a problem because art is a true calling—there is nothing else you'd rather be doing.   The life of an artist does not have to be defined as one of financial struggle.

Join us for an interactive career development workshop with life coach, artist , and entrepreneur Alexandra Phillips.   This event is designed for visual artists, actors, performers, writers, filmmakers, entrepreneurs, career-changers, and others working in the "arts" —whether you are just beginning, or are at the top of your game.

Learn how to turn your artistic talent into lifework that pays the bills.

Personal business coach and Brown alum Alexandra Phillips will help you:

  • Learn to establish a life/work balance on terms that work for you
  • Create a financially viable and abundant artistic vision
  • Design a follow-through plan
Overall, you will be able to create a workable follow-through plan so that you can begin to practice the art of success in all artistic ventures. All the while asking for the financial compensation that you deserve.

Wine and cheese will be served!
7:00 – 7:15 PM Registration
7:15 – 8:15 PM Workshop
8:15 – 8:45 PM Q&A 

BIO

Alexandra Phillips has over ten years of experience in coaching, consulting, and public speaking. She has worked as a career coach with arts executives and entrepreneurs at many organizations, including Lincoln Center, the New 42nd Street Inc., NBC, HBO, The Actor's Studio, Bank Street College, CUNY and the New York City Department of Education.

Alexandra received her Certificate in Executive and Organizational Coaching from New York University and she is also a member of ICF (the International Coaching Federation).  Alexandra graduated with honors from Brown University and has an MFA from the New School University. She has been a faculty member at Lincoln Center Education for over ten years.

Alexandra is a member of SAG, AFTRA, AEA and a Lifetime Member of The Actor's Studio.