In partnership with the Illinois Humanities F.O.A.M. Program and the Chicago Park District, Chicago-based artist/ producer/ facilitator Felicia Holman proudly presents “Crafting a Creative Career” –a 4-hour interactive workshop designed to inspire and nurture Women & Femmes of Color who are pursuing non-traditional creative entrepreneurship. Guest presenters include Keli Stewart (Pedal Pusher Vintage), Itunuoluwa ‘Petty Crocker’ Ebijimi (Petty Butter) and Amina Ross (F4F/ Beauty Breaks).
This powerhouse panel of local WOC “artrepreneurs” will share their testimonies on the unconventional origins, challenges and triumphs of their respective creative businesses. Attendees will also be invited to participate in a practical “best practices lab” exercise with each presenter.
In preparation for the workshop, attendees should:
*Complete the workshop registration form – https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1L6gR7FbwDXavEZ6wFJGhW54WEn7Hl2E6CQq30BQuY9o/edit
*BYOL (“Bring Your Own Lunch”)
*Wear breathable / comfortable clothes
*Be ready to engage, share & learn
Saturday Feb. 24, 2018 | 10a-2p
“Crafting A Creative Career” Workshop
Douglas Park Fieldhouse
1401 S. Sacramento Blvd
Chicago, IL 60623
*Free admission w/registration*