Courses for Creatives

Together with the Pikes Peak Small Business Development Center (SBDC), PPAC offers a variety of free and low-cost interactive workshops each year to help emerging and established artists with comprehensive, arts-focused training, information, and business skills.  

With support from Colorado Creative Industries (CCI), this partnership brings together both organization's missions to help artists on a path to greater sustainability and self-sufficiency.

Courses for Creatives: Cultivating Your Story with Mark Bittle

Thursday, April 20 at 5 PM - 6:30 PM at the Tim Gill Center for Public Media (West Reception Hall)

Informational seminar and Q&A presented by Mark Bittle, Director of Marketing and Development for Gazette Media of Greater Colorado. 

Learn how to best tell your personal story for marketing purposes. What draws people to your work? What makes you relevant? How do you create a unique identity surrounding your creative mind? What is a compelling reason for buyers to create a relationship with you as an artist? How do you engage with arts clients? Mark Bittle’s informational seminar will take you through the trials and tribulations every business owner encounters while developing their marketing plans. This workshop will provide actionable steps to take your artist marketing campaign and strategy to the next level.

$10 general admission
$5 Students and Pikes Peak Arts Council members

Light refreshments will be served.

Register by clicking here!

This program is a collaboration of the Pikes Peak Small Business Development Center and the Pikes Peak Arts Council with support from 
Colorado Creative Industries.

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The Pikes Peak Arts Council has partnered with the Colorado Springs Small Business Development Center to produce a variety of interactive workshops for creatives in the local area. These workshops have been carefully crafted to support those in the Arts and Entertainment industry. 

We have more workshops scheduled throughout the upcoming year! Stay tuned for more details.

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