Date: Wednesday 23rd May
Where: Dance Ireland, Foley Street
Tickets: Seat limited & ISACS members only: book your seat here
Join the Irish Street Arts, Circus & Spectacle Network at Dance Ireland Dublin on Tuesday 23rd of May for a two hours training in business and negotiation for circus and street artists, led by business expert Rowena Neville.
Have you ever wondered how to price and sell your Arts?
The Irish Street Arts, Circus and Spectacle Network is delighted to present 'The fine art of negotiating and business savvy' - A business training for ISACS members only.
To open a conversation among the ISACS members about the benefits and advantages of working in an art form which has a potential commercial value and opportunity. To look at the pros and cons of pricing and placing a value on your work and how to do so in a fair, equitable and open way which will lead to the development of the wider sector. Learn from your peers, share and look at ways that we can co-operate as a sector and support each other collectively.
- Negotiation Skills – Tips and Hints
- Pricing – Placing value on your time that's equitable
- Pitfalls & Risks – Highs and Lows
- Market forces and places
- When and how to pick your battles
Rowena is a lead consultant at Blue Line Consulting, working across public affairs, communications, policy, capacity building and strategic development for a number of organisations in business, the arts, local authorities and third sector.
Rowena left the organisation Business to Arts in 2016 after twelve years in roles that spanned Marketing, Public Relations, Strategic Partnerships and Acting Chief Executive. Rowena led all programmes, communications and strategic partnerships for the organisation, and consulted with a large number of companies on maximising the impact of their cultural investment portfolios. Before joining Business to Arts, Rowena worked in a number of roles over seventeen years at The Irish Museum of Modern Art, the last five as Head of Sponsorship and Fundraising where she worked to develop new income for the Museum.