Show simple item record Saylor, Dana L. Delmonte, Andrew Heffernan, Kevin 2019-03-29T13:24:08Z 2019-03-29T13:24:08Z 2018-10
dc.description This Professional Development Session workshop took place at the American Folklore Society's 130th Annual Meeting at the Buffalo Niagara County Convention Center, in Buffalo, New York, on October 18, 2018. en
dc.description.abstract This workshop will inspire and motivate you to pursue your independent career or, for those already established, share new ideas. Creative entrepreneur Dana Saylor, Buffalo-based architectural historian, artist, preservation advocate and event planner, leads the session, with presentations by other talented and dynamic professionals. Topics include: small business types and basic finances; social media strategies, including how taking a stand can garner engagement with your desired audience; and why emotional vulnerability can be good business. With rotating breakout sessions, you’ll get face-time with each of the presenters and plenty of opportunity for lively discussion. en
dc.description.sponsorship Independent Folklorists’ Section New York Folklore Society New York State Council on the Arts en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher American Folklore Society en
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dc.title The Freedom to Freelance—Find Your Why, How and When en
dc.type Video en

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