EXHIBITION LAUNCH, FESTIVAL OF THRIFT
Festival of Thrift
23 & 24 September 2017
The Pavillion, Kirkleatham Estate
Redcar TS10 5NW
Festival of Thrift celebrates sustainable living through creative cooperation and aims to create opportunities to demonstrate the value of the arts in building resilient & sustainable creative communities. Invited artists will engage with and draw out the specific narratives of Redcar & Cleveland, placing them into a wider national context.
Navigator North have been working in partnership with Festival of Thrift since 2013, exploring a variety of methods of showing, sharing and profiling artists and their work.
EXPLORE ENTERPRISE COURSE
Monday 26th to Wednesday 28th March 2018
Navigator North, Dundas House, Middlesbrough, TS1 1HY
Navigator North are pleased to announce that we will once again be hosting Prince’s Trust for a three-day professional development opportunity – Explore Enterprise, as part of our professional development for artists in 2018.
There are 8 FREE places available to emerging artists between the ages of 18 to 30 years old, who work less than 16 hours per week. As well as being able to attend all three days participants should be able to attend a one hour introductory session between 1pm and 2pm on Tuesday 27th February 2018.
The three days will include -
Personal skills to start a business, Managing Money, Making the business legal, & Self-Employment
Marketing, defining a brand, finding customers, keeping customers, social media,
& promotional materials.
HMRC requirements, book keeping, cash flow, profit margins, mentoring, grants,
loans and business plan
These sessions, led by staff and volunteers are designed to be practical, interactive, visual and based around discussions and activities.
Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis, with a reserve list in place if it is oversubscribed.
Please note : the course has now taken place. If you would like to find out more about The Prince's Trust and the 'explore Enterprise' courses they run, visit The Prince’s Trust website