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ATLAS Workshop: Time Management
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ATLAS Workshop: Time Management

Ah time. We wish we had more of it and artists as a rule consistently express frustration as to how to utilize it best. This 90 minute workshop helps you identify what motivates you, accept what’s out of our control, and find out what the heck a circadian rhythm is might just be the breakthrough you need. This session is being held for participants in the 2016 round of ATLAS for actors, but is available to artists of any discipline on a drop-in registration basis.

2/20/2016
When: Saturday, February 20th
9:30-11:00am
Where: Theatre Bay Area
1119 Market St.
2nd floor
San Francisco, California  94102
United States
Presenter: Theatre Bay Area
Contact: Dale Albright
415-430-1140 x14


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Ah time. We wish we had more of it and artists as a rule consistently express frustration as to how to utilize it best. This 90 minute workshop helps you identify what motivates you, accept what’s out of our control, and find out what the heck a circadian rhythm is might just be the breakthrough you need. This session is being held for participants in the 2016 round of ATLAS for actors, but is available to artists of any discipline on a drop-in registration basis.

Morrie Warshawski has worked in the nonprofit arts and culture sector for more than 30 years, bringing a commitment to the core values of creativity, thoughtful­ness, transparency, and tolerance. He served as the executive director of three non­profit arts organizations (the last one being Bay Area Video Coalition in San Fran­cisco). Since 1986 he has been a consultant specializing in strategic planning with nonprofit organizations, individual artists, state arts agencies, a local arts council, and community cultural planning with cities and counties. He served for six years as a consultant and regional coordinator for the National Endowment for the Arts’ Advancement Program, which provided 15 months of planning support for arts organizations. As a writer, he created A State Arts Agency Toolkit for the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies and a website on planning for the NEA called Lessons Learned. He is the author of many articles and of two books on fundrais­ing: The Fundraising Houseparty: How to Party with a Purpose and Raise Money for Your Case and Shaking the Money Tree: The Art of Getting Grants and Donations for Film and Video. Morrie is the moderator for and originator of the Strategic Plan­ning for Nonprofits Group on LinkedIn (with over 50,000 members worldwide). For information on Morrie’s books and consulting practice, go to www.warshawski.com.

Location: Theatre Bay Area offices

Cost: $40 Theatre Bay Area members, $65 non members