Self Management for Artists 101 – Facebook Event

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Learn how to build a music or arts-based career from some of the most successful artists, educators, and entrepreneurs to come out of Southeast Michigan.
April 4th at noon:
Curtis Wallace – Artist, Teacher, Yogi, Entertainer, Founder ~ Be Creative Studios & the Be Wear.
Lori Stratton – As a self-appointed musical foodie and longtime journalist, She’s whipping up her favorite musical “dishes” to serve you. Those “entrees” are shared through The Stratton Setlist, a Michigan-based music blog that spotlights her favorite emerging and established local and regional music.
Kyla McGrath – Currently working as the Media Director for Be Now Media, Kyla is a professional photographer, videographer, and artist with a Bachelor’s of Photography from College of Creative Studies. She has been in the industry for over a decade, and her work has been featured in publications such as The Metro Times, Audiofemme, Channel 4 News (Detroit), The Detroit Free Press, Blacc Detroit Magazine, D Profile, Local Spins, Current Magazine, Concentrate Magazine, and The Stratton Setlist.
Pauline Muscat – Sculptor, Model, and content creator that has been featured in Vogue Magazine
Alex Jones – Designer and founder of Karoshi United Sportswear that has had their clothes worn by Doja Cat and other prominent artists in the industry.
April 6th at Noon:
Rod Wallace – educator, hip-hop producer and community leader who builds and sustains local partnerships rooted in artistry, advocacy and awareness, including Washtenaw County’s Amplify Fellowship for black artists.
Rick Coughlin – Rick Coughlin brings 25+ years of cross-sector experience in education, administrative leadership, sales, and enterprise technology integration. He brings a lifetime of entrepreneurial experience to his company Grove Studios as CVO and Co-Founder and as a Development Associate for Three Squared Inc. in Detroit, MI.
Kenyatta Rashon – R&B artist born and raised in Ypsilanti, MI, Kenyatta is one of the breakout stars of the Washtenaw music scene. She began her career in Musical Theater at age 16. She has shared her gift from the boardwalks of Venice beach to the subways of Harlem. Finally, closing the year of 2019 with the opportunity to sing with Kanye West & THE Samples for the Kanye West’s Sunday Service in Detroit, MI.
Dani Darling – …to hear the voice of Ann Arbor-based singer/songwriter Dani Darling, is to attain a new understanding of just how potent those pure emotions were when they were exuded by jazz icons like Billie Holiday and Ella Fitzgerald…” -Jeff Milo (MetroTimes)
London Beck – Beck is a singer, songwriter, producer/composer, engineer, and multi instrumentalist.They stand out to lead amongst a new generation of artists that have a hand in every aspect of the creative process.
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