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Free Workshop Series

 

 

 

Every three weeks between October and June, San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music presents a series of free workshops led by experts in the field, and designed to cover many aspects of career development.

 

 

Our workshop series are presented at 135 Main Street, San Francisco (Tenant Activity Room lobby level)

 

(If you would like to get an email announcement for the next workshop, please join our mailing list and check the box marked Workshop.)

 

 


 

List of workshops for 2016

 

 

Strategic Planning for Musicians 101

Presented by: Nancy Quinn

Part One:

TBA

In this hands-on workshop, participants will be taught key concepts of strategic planning for small arts organizations, including an overview of the planning process and how to create and execute a plan.

 

Part Two:

TBA

This is the follow-up course for those who have already completed Strategic Planning 101 AND who have spent some time (at least one month) engaged in their own planning.

 

Speaking of Music

Presented by: Anthem Salgado

TBA

In this workshop, you will work on your presentation skills: projecting your voice, proper use of a mic, scripting a basic speech, and overall, owning the stage. Join us for this interactive and participatory training to advance your public speaking abilities.

 

Cultivating A Robust Donor Base

Presented by:Kevin Seaman & Beatrice Thomas

TBA

Ready to attract and retain a family of donors that support your creative work.we’ll focus on developing a donor base for your art and authentic strategies for making the ask!

 

Making Your Time Count, Part 1: Everyday Mastery

Presented by: Anthem Salgado

TBA

Making Your Time Count, part 1: In the first part of this program, you will gain a simple but very powerful comprehension of calendar management: how to blaze through your to-do list, avoid common pitfalls, delete distractions, and give yourself permission to do less and yet still get more done! By the end of the workshop, you will have more clarity plus a trusty rule set to call upon when you find yourself in a future time bind.

 

Making Your Time Count, Part 2: Your Premier 90-Day Plan

Presented by: Anthem Salgado

TBA

In the second half of this program, you will learn how to think bigger and broader about your career and business. Whether you are an organization of one or one-thousand, we will look through the eyes of an Executive or Managing Director in order to see all the moving parts of your company and craft a strategic plan specific to your aims. You will leave with a quarterly action guide to help you navigate the next three months with more crystal intentions and objectives.

 

Financial Literacy

Presented by: Daniel Bao

TBA

his workshop aims to get participants up to speed on basic financial terms, concepts, and skills. We'll cover financial terms (like cash versus accrual, income and expenses, and assets and liabilities), the two key financial reports to understand and be able to create (Profit & Loss and Balance Sheet), and basic budgeting.

 


Recommended Workshops in the Area

 

** These aren't SFFCM workshop, But are great resources to learn and develop your musical projects **

 

 

Beyond Our Borders

 

Presented by: American Dance Abroad

Dates/Times: Registration is for two consecutive days in a single weekend. Workshops cover the same material each weekend, so please choose only one weekend to attend.

May 7-8, 2016 (Sat. and Sun.), 10 a.m. – 3 p.m : Berkeley

May 21-22, 2016 (Sat. and Sun.), 10 a.m. – 3 p.m : San Francisco

Price: $100.00

 

**Too busy for a weekend-long workshop? American Dance Abroad will now offer both one day and two day options for its “Beyond Our Borders: SF” workshop, the weekend of May 21-22.**

Price: $50.00 per day.

 

Beyond Our Borders will provide dance, music, and theatre professionals (both artists and administrators) with the tools, skills, and resources needed t o thrive in the global performing arts marketplace. Participants will be guided in understanding the global scene; integrating international work into their organizations; and building their international profiles.

 







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