Designed to help artists take a more business-like approach to their management of their talent, this course includes modules such as business planning, costing and pricing, intellectual property, finances audience development.
A series of business breakfast meetings will begin the programme of engagement with business leaders. The series includes talks from representatives of the business or arts sectors, with case study examples of successful business.
￼The first phase will be to conduct workshops across the photography, film, gaming & design and fashion sectors to help identify specific areas for potential development and international engagement.
Bi-monthly events providing a knowledge sharing or learning opportunity for creative practitioners, which is followed by networking. The learning section of a Creative Hustle could be in the form of a workshop, masterclass, talk, Q&A etc., but always related to the creative sector and with a local context.
The activities of innovation month broadly fit into three areas. The first is a workspace equipped with basic materials, a space to work, power supply and internet access. The space is designed to be a place where creative practitioners can come to work, share ideas, collaborate, innovate, network and learn.
￼￼Participants are first engaged in training programme where they are taken through the basics of event management and promotion. Once training has been completed participants attending at least 80% of the course will be invited to submit proposals for up €300 of funding towards.