Artist Finances: Mindset & Money
“Plan to have happy money. It is possible. Plan that excitement.” Mindset & Money is an engaging, high-energy, humorous workshop, filled with diverse perspectives on life, career, and choice. Dancer and educator Erika Moore developed this online workshop for artists after recognizing her own pitfalls related to money management. Participants are guided through a holistic approach to money management, starting with uncovering their money blueprint. Activities and conversations are held to help participants set the course, get motivated to return to the course, and maneuver the course of “dating” their money.
This workshop is for artists of all disciplines who want to heal, renew, or start a new relationship with money. It will be conducted via Zoom Meeting where active participation and sharing on video, audio and in breakout groups is expected. In order to create a space of interactivity and sharing as well as personal exploration, there is limited capacity for this workshop. All registrants will receive a recording of the workshop and workshop resources.
Live captioning (CART services) are provided for all of our programs. If you require American Sign Language interpretation or have other accessibility needs, please contact us a [email protected]
Erika R. Moore is a dance and theater artist, Critical Response Process Certified Facilitator, International Speaker, and Creative Business Consultant. She is the Co-Founder of ReCreate it, an organization using the philosophies and values of art-making practices to support the corporate sector in resource & development training. Erika also founded Moore Arts Management, a company dedicated to supporting artists on their pathway towards entrepreneurial and business success. Erika has toured nationally and internationally as a freelance artist performing at community and cultural and faith-based organizations. She served as the Choreographer with AZ Black Theater Troupe, was a resident teaching artist with Rising Youth Theater, and worked in Cultural Participation Department with ASU Gammage. When Erika is not working, because she does take breaks. You can find her at the gym, dancing the night away, hiking, trying out a new recipe, or discovering a new location to visit.