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COFA Creative Summit: Making a Living as a Creative in a Post-Pandemic World

October 21, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm CDT

COFA Creative Summit: Making a Living as a Creative in a Post-Pandemic World

Mark Oct 21st on your calendars for our first-ever Creative Summit at the College of Fine Arts entitled — “Making a Living as a Creative in a Post-Pandemic World.” This livestreamed line-up of speakers will be unlike anything we’ve had on our campus before in one setting. Completely shaped around student questions, this 90-minute summit is about you and your concerns and curiosity for the future in this new uncertain world. You’ll hear from a dozen accomplished creatives and artists, including two short keynotes, several cameo appearances and Livestreamed Q&A. All speakers are professionals eager to share their stories around a message of unity and change, with lessons learned during this difficult time and disrupted market. Where else would you be able to hear accomplished visual artists, animators, a Grammy-winning cellist, an art lawyer, a former ballerina, AR/VR founders, a Netflix star (Luke Cage & Sons of Anarchy), music licensing founder, and the artist/creator of the Black Austin Matters mural at Native Hostel, all in one evening?


October 21, 2020
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm CDT
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Creative, Entrepreneurship, Moody College

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