Taking Your Art From Hobby to a Business
Friday 20th May 22, 10am | Launch Your Art Business
- Starts 20 MayStarts 20 May
- 30 Australian dollars$30
Ruby Purple ® is a mixed media, wearable art creator, and coach who explores connections both within her arts practice and coaching roles. She offers a contemporary approach to navigate the path from art as a Hobby to art as a Business. With a background in health industry quality management systems auditing, counselling and the arts she offers workshops, talks, mentoring, demonstrations, and group exhibitions where she has exhibited on a local, national, and international level. She has been involved in art festivals, fundraising events and artist residencies, and is part of several community groups. Come along and listen to Ruby as she shares with you some of the steps in taking the leap from hobby to professional arts practice. Tip number one – show up – take a moment to realise that by showing up YOU believe in YOU! Tip number two – some of the tools you’ll need – Time, effort, dedication, drive, determination, resilience and a devotion to always learning. SO you have all these qualities – figuring out what’s next can be difficult on your own, that’s where Ruby comes in. She shares with you some of the steps you need to help you navigate the path. Book into a Ruby Purple ® Creations coaching workshop today and let’s get started!
138-144 Braun Street, Deagon QLD, Australia
Terms and conditions
Anyone attending any classes or events hosted by Workshopit Pty Ltd (ACN 49 651 476 970) must agree to these terms and conditions. By purchasing a ticket, the attendee agrees to these terms. 1. LIABILITY WAIVER The attendee agrees to take on full responsibility for any damages or injuries which might incur whilst participating in classes and/or events organised by Workshopit. 2. PHOTO & VIDEO The attendee agrees to give Workshopit unrestricted publishing rights for any photographs or videos taken during Workshopit classes and events or on Workshopit’s premises (this is solely used for Workshopit marketing purposes). 3. REFUNDS Workshopit does not offer refunds if the attendee changes their mind and is unable to attend their chosen workshop. Whilst tickets are non-refundable, attendees can transfer their ticket to a person of their choice. 4. CANCELLATIONS If a workshop is cancelled, by Workshopit or the Workshop Educator, due to unforeseen circumstances or not meeting the required minimum number of participants, attendees will be notified via text message or email and will be entitled to a full refund. Workshopit understand that in some circumstances a Workshop Educator may need to change the date or time of their workshop and in this case the attendees will be contacted to advise of such changes and offered a refund if unable to attend the rescheduled workshop. 5. UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOUR Inappropriate, disruptive, abusive, or violent behaviour will not be tolerated and will result in the attendee’s removal from the workshop with no refund offered. 6. ALCOHOL POLICY Workshopit does not sell alcohol, but for some workshops BYO may be available. While Workshopit understand that during some workshops alcohol may be consumed, only by those above 18 years of age, it is expected that it will be consumed with a level of maturity and respect for all of those attending the workshop. 7. COVID POLICY During the Covid pandemic Workshopit want to ensure the safety of Workshopit staff, the Workshop Educators, and all attendees, so Workshopit requires that anyone who attends a workshop should be free from illness. If the attendee has any symptoms or has been in contact with someone who has tested positive for Covid then they should stay home. If Workshopit must cancel any workshops due to a government shutdown then tickets will be refunded in full unless the workshop can be rescheduled. In that event, ticket purchasers will be contacted via text message or email. If anyone attending a workshop is clearly unwell, they will be asked to leave.