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This course is for anyone who wants to be an entrepreneur, come up with their own project, and lead their own initiative in any of the areas in the creative and cultural sector, such as writing, filmmaking, and creating content for podcasts, visual arts and photography, and other fields in art and creativity.
During three days of enriching discussions and effective trainings, participants interested in planning and developing businesses that adopt artistic ideas of differing outlooks will be able to create creative models from start to endorsement. This course will help trainees draft their own project statement, vision, mission, and annual goals; thus, putting together a more organized and methodical project outline.
Beth Barany is the founder of the Barany School of Fiction. A full suite of courses designed to help genre fiction writers experience clarity and get writing, so they can revise and proudly publish their novels to the delight of their readers. She has a Master NLP Practitioner and certified creativity coach for writers. She has been presented at Ithra Center (King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture) in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, the Women’s Fiction Festival in Matera, Italy, the Romance Writers of America National Conference, Washington, D.C., the Emerald City Conference in Seattle, Washington, the San Francisco Writers Conference, and the San Francisco Bay Area chapters of SCBWI, CWC, and RWA.
Shannon Borg is a writer, oil painter, and founder of Shannon Borg Art & Business Coaching, where she helps artists and other creative entrepreneurs master their business and transform their mindset so they can confidently share their gifts with the world and create sustainable businesses. She was the marketing coordinator of the San Juan Islands Visitors Bureau for six years, where she lead workshops for local business owners. Most recently, she was the executive director of Leadership San Juan Islands, a regional leadership program for community leaders for two years.