Wild Goose Creative exists to help you create art, and to take an idea and run with it. Here are a few services and resources we provide for the creative community.
BUSINESS OF ART WORKSHOP SERIES
A career in the arts can be sustainable with the right base knowledge. Join us on the second Monday of every month for a free panel discussion on career development and art-centric entrepreneurship. The events run from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., with the discussions beginning promptly at 6:40 and networking starting at 7:40.
Workshop: The Truth About Tax Time | 1/14/16
Speaker: Jim Beucler, Beucler Company, CPA
Panel: Writing a Business Plan | 11/19/15
Panel: Niching Down | 10/15/15
Blake Compton, Compton Construction
Malika Jacobs, Kingmakers Board Game Parlour
Susan Post, Freelancer & Lead Staff Writer for TheMetropreneur.com
Cara Mangini, Little Eater
Panel: Contracts & Invoices | 7/15/15
Panel: Breaking into Freelance | 6/15/15
Christina Christian, Colony Communications
Jackie Mantey, Writer
Robin Oatts, Genre Creative
Shelley Mann, Umami Consulting
Panel: How to Build a Brand | 5/15/15
Carl Acampado, Rogue Bakery
Searius Addishin, The Nine-Tenths Group
Nick Dekker, Breakfast with Nick
William Faust, Ologie
Amy Schmittauer, Savvy Sexy Social
Panel: Starting a NonProfit | 4/15/15
Beth Dekker, Founding Member, Wild Goose Creative
David Brown, The Harmony Project
Ben Shinabery, Founder, Dick & Jane Project
Andy Gallagher, Program Director, Dick & Jane Project
A Career in the Arts | 3/15/15
Terri Price-Deep, Portfolio Creative
Utilizing the Art Community | 2/15/15
Ruby Harper, Greater Columbus Arts Council
Copyright & Creative Legal Issues | 1/15/15
Leon Bass, Bass Law
Financial Literacy | 12/14/14
Jerry Rhoades, BBI Accounting
Event Planning | 11/14/14
Shelley Mann, Umami Consulting
Social Media | 10/14/14
Chelsea Clements, Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams
SHE CREATES COLUMBUS
She Creates Columbus (SCC) is a pilot program of Wild Goose Creative to bring mentorship and career development to the next generation of creative women leaders in Columbus. Funded in partnership by the Create Columbus Commission, SCC will connect these women with resources, mentors in the arts and entrepreneurial communities in Columbus, community grant funders and audiences to foster business growth.
Our one-of-a kind women in the arts mentorship program is launching in March 2018. Applications are now open and being accepted until February 15, 2018.
This is a casual figure drawing group for everyone (as long as you’re over 18) and costs $7 per night. Figure Drawing meets the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month from 7-9, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
A SPACE TO CREATE
Our multi-purpose space at 2491 Summit Street is sometimes a gallery, sometimes a school, a kitchen table, a living room, a concert hall, and a dance floor. It’s always a place for collaboration and artmaking. Learn how to reserve the space for your art-making reveries here.
Wild Goose Creative’s 501(c)(3) status allows us to apply for Federal, State, County and City grants on your behalf. Want to partner with Wild Goose Creative and get a grant? Email email@example.com
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