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Come join us for this professional development session from Marta Gorski and Visual Arts Alberta — CARFAC at the Treehouse in cSpace King Edward.
The value of economics as a mathematical application is not linked to any system of beliefs, this is an important differentiation that I believe is lost in translation but necessary for an effective and sustainable career in the arts. My goal is to teach people that they can utilize economics in order to create the work they want to be making, rather than minimizing what they are capable of as a result of deficient information about finance and operational management.
Marta is a Canadian-born installation artist, currently living in Oakland, CA. In 2010 she earned a Bachelor of Fine Art (major in glass) from the Alberta College of Art + Design, after graduating Gorski began working in educational strategy for the Canadian Red Cross. This lead her to complete a Master Degree in Business Administration at the San Francisco + New York campuses of Hult International Business School. Since graduating Gorski has been working to combine her knowledge and passion for the arts, education and business development. Gorski is developing a consulting agency that supports career artists in better understanding the economics of their practice. In addition, she is writing curriculum for an Arts Management Program in Canada while continuously developing her own artistic practice.