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Draw More Income EP15C: CARFAC National Conference 2017: Michelle Schultz

Today for the podcast, we are very excited to bring you the third of a few mini-episodes from the 2017 CARFAC National Conference/AGM that was held early June 2017 at the MacEwan University in Edmonton. It was such a great weekend full of insight from people all over Canada that care about the rights of arts and culture workers and Visual Arts Alberta – CARFAC was happy to host.

This episode is a small talk from Michelle Schultz, the director of Edmonton’s dc3 Art Projects. Michelle extensive resume has led her to arts admin positions all over Alberta, London, and Los Angeles and given her some special insight into emerging business models in the contemporary art world. We were so glad to have her come to the conference and talk about some of these business models.

To learn more about Michelle and dc3, check out http://www.dc3artprojects.com/gallery/

This episode was recorded and edited by Ryan Hemphill with assistance from Sara McKarney.
It was recorded at MacEwan University in Edmonton, Alberta (http://www.macewan.ca/)
Intro music: “Outsider’s Paradox” by springtide (www.springtide.jp), accessed through Free Music Archive.

Why Records Matter? Information and tools to help you plan, manage, and grow your creative practice into a profession

Our next professional development session will focus on the importance of record keeping . Our Special Projects Coordinator Lucille Frost will show you the value of diligent recordkeeping strategies.

Advance registration is required on a first come first served basis. FREE to members of Visual Arts Alberta ~ CARFAC and $50.00 for non-members. Please contact us by 4pm Thursday March 17 2016 to reserve your place. Limited space available—don’t delay. Email us at carfac@visualartsalberta.com or call toll free 1-866-421-1731