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TD Culture Lab Webinar – Build Your Creative Business

Sponsored by TD Bank Group and presented by Mississauga Arts CouncilTD Culture Lab is a series of professional development webinars and workshops designed specifically for the creative sector in Mississauga.

About this Workshop:

Looking to craft compelling artist bios, statements, and resumes to really sell yourself as a professional artist? Join us for TD Culture Lab: Build Your Creative Business!

In this informative session, visual artist and educator Sandra Clarke will delve into the essential elements of crafting effective artist bios, statements, and resumes. Whether you’re a seasoned artist looking to enhance your professional profile or just starting your artistic journey, this webinar will provide valuable insights and practical tips to help you stand out in the competitive art world.  Learn how to articulate your artistic vision, highlight your accomplishments, and present yourself professionally to galleries, clients, and other opportunities.  Don’t miss this opportunity to elevate your artist branding and take your career to the next level!

This webinar is accompanied by a free ebook and worksheets to help you create your bio, statements, and resume.

About the Presenter:

Sandra Clarke is a zero-waste textile artist and educator who specializes in the transformative practice of visible mending and craftivism. Through her artwork, she intertwines creativity with sustainability, championing the beauty of repair and resourcefulness. Sandra breathes new life into worn garments and forgotten fabrics. Her artistic process is rooted in mindfulness and consideration for the planet’s well-being, advocating for environmental consciousness and social justice. Inspired by the natural world, she infuses her work with a laid-back bohemian style, inviting viewers to reflect on the interconnectedness of all living beings. Sandra shares her expertise to educate artists and crafters on turning their passion into a thriving business. Through her guidance, individuals learn to harness their creativity while fostering both artistic growth and entrepreneurial success.  Ultimately, her goal as an artist is to spark conversations, challenge norms, and inspire others to embrace a more sustainable and compassionate future through the simple act of mending.