The great resignation is prompting a number of arts professionals to rethink and reimage their career and current positions. Nate Zeisler, Dean for Community Initiatives at Colburn in Los Angeles, is offering an interactive session that will explore the three reasons that creatives most seek change in their life and career: Work/Life Balance, Financial Stability, and Meaningful Work.
On Wednesday, April 27 from 3:00-4:30 p.m. (EDT)
, join Nate as he envisions a world where artists have a clear path to a sustainable career, where creative minds are empowered and inspired to rule the workforce, and where access to the arts is not just for the privileged few, but for all.
As the Chair of the Nichols Center for Innovation and Community Impact, Nate is building a pipeline of sequential arts learning for hundreds of children in greater Los Angeles so that children of all backgrounds may experience a performing arts education. In addition, Nate supports the careers of world-class artists and passionate entrepreneurs, offering career advice and action-based learning opportunities that prime them for the 21st-century workforce.
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