Event Archive

Dec 14

 

What’s a zine? Learn about this popular format of self-published, easily reproduced, self-expression and how it can benefit your artistic practice, both personally and publicly. Your voice matters, and zines are a powerful way to communicate the ideas you’re passionate about, no permission needed. Discover bookmaking techniques and discuss ways to incorporate zines into your next exhibition or event. Get ready to make, print, and share!

Dec 7

How to Make a Living as a Freelancer or Solo Entreprenuer: Really for Real is a straight talking but compassionate guide to building a career out of freelance work or solo entrepreneurship. We'll go from the decision to create such a career to the steps you can take to get your practice on it's feet to how to actually run and maintain a busy, stressful, but incredibly fulfilling career.

Nov 21

When applying for grant funding, or even just trying to make a budget for an artistic project, how do you predict what you need? How much should you get paid? How much can you promise to collaborators? What about supplies and space and snacks and everything else? This workshop will help you better understand artistic dollars - what you need them for, what you may not realize you could use them for, and how to calculate and estimate and cover all the bases.

Nov 11

As artists on the edge of culture, many of us expend a great amount of energy and emotional resources just surviving--instead of thriving--in the world on a daily basis. It’s essential that we care for ourselves before and while we are putting our work into the world. This workshop will focus on self-care and wellness for artists; specifically, participants will learn the basics of self-care, the importance of establishing a daily ritual/routine that works for them, and identifying one’s needs.

Nov 2
How do you maintain your selfhood under pressures from your self, the outside world, with pressures from collaborators? This workshop will dive into a few practices that can help you maintain your limitless creativity in the face of boundaries. Maintaining your selfhood and creating healthier boundaries in collaboration.
Nov 30

Patrick’s Cabaret presents...

Raw Material: the Calof Development Series

Monthly, September-November, on the last Thursday of the month

Raw Material: the Calof Development Series is an intimate event inviting three dynamic and diverse performance artists of any genre to share work in progress, get feedback from the audience, and participate in an interview revealing insight about their creative process.

Oct 7

A one-day storytelling summit for queer youth

For the culminating event of a new summer-long project to provide creative space for queer youth, Patrick’s Cabaret presents “Ignite!,” a one-day storytelling summit for youth identifying along the spectrum of queer identities. The event will be held at Intermedia Arts on the afternoon of Saturday, October 7th.

Oct 26

Patrick’s Cabaret presents...

Raw Material: the Calof Development Series

Monthly, August-November, on the last Thursday of the month

Raw Material: the Calof Development Series is an intimate event inviting three dynamic and diverse performance artists of any genre to share work in progress, get feedback from the audience, and participate in an interview revealing insight about their creative process.

October's Raw Material features new works from Gabriel Mata, Ellen Hinchcliffe, & Lucas Scheelk

Sep 28

Patrick’s Cabaret presents...

Raw Material: the Calof Development Series

Monthly, September-November, on the last Thursday of the month

Raw Material: the Calof Development Series is an intimate event inviting three dynamic and diverse performance artists of any genre to share work in progress, get feedback from the audience, and participate in an interview revealing insight about their creative process.

September's Raw Material features new works from Chris Stedman, Maitreyi Ray, and Christy Marie Kent

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