Freebie Friday: Time Vs. Money Assessment
You know what day it is!
Managing time and money in your professional creative practice can be overwhelming, but it is very important to do. We created a worksheet for you to assess how much time and money you are spending on tasks and projects.
Download the PDF here: Time Vs. Money Assessment
This is a printable from our online course, Artist Resources and Tools, or better known as ART School.
Print it out, hang it up, or pass it along to a friend!
If you find this helpful and you want more, check out starrynightonline.com, where you can enroll in the full ART School course. Or, if you are specifically interested in learning about creating your best portfolio and application, we made a short program called Great Applications. Check it out!
What’s happening at Starry Night?
We are so glad you asked! The summer session at the Starry Night Residency is in full swing. If you would like to find out more about the program or apply, visit here.
The deadline to apply for this year’s Exposure Miami just passed. But since you are a mailing list insider, we are giving you an extension to get your application in. Just let us know that you came from the Freebie Friday! If you have been waiting for an opportunity to take your art career to the next level, now is the time! Make sure you check out the website for more information and to apply.
Have you filled out our housing survey yet?
We are conducting some research about housing, and would love your feedback!
Many real estate owners and developers think working people (and specifically artists) want to rent forever. Can this be true? Here is a survey to help us better understand the needs of working people, and artists specifically, in regards to their housing. Please fill this out and re-post where you can. Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts with us.
If you are interested in learning more about our programs and resources, please reach out to us at email@example.com or visit starrynightprograms.com.
How do you keep track of your spending and your time in terms of your art career? Let us know in the comments below.