Two Fantastic Events for the Creative Community!

The Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum will be presenting two fantastic events for the creative community:

Why Do I Need A Lawyer?
Part 2: Common Legal Issues for Emerging and Existing Creative Businesses

This valuable panel discussion with Q&A session includes a brief presentation on common issues and pitfalls attorneys regularly see with their creative business clients. Targeting both emerging and existing entrepreneurs, this event can help you protect your creative endeavor and watch it grow. Bring your pads, pens, and plenty of questions for our legal experts. Co-Sponsored by the Washington Area Lawyers for the Arts (WALA).

Where: Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum, 1901 Fort Place, SE, Washington, DC 20017
Time: 7pm – 9pm
Date: Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Panelists are:
Juanita Britton, President, BZB International
John Mason, Partner, Arts Law Group
Mariessa Terrell, Owner and Founder of SBC Law Group
Laura Possessky, Partner, Gura and Possessky

Financial Basics for the Creative Community

When: Sunday, 9/18
Time: 2:30 pm
Venue: Smithsonian American Art Museum, 8th and F Streets, N.W., Washington, DC 20004

Want to know if your business financials are in order? Need to brush up on some tips? Want to learn the latest in financials for the creative community? The Anacostia Community Museum will host Financial Basics for the Creative Community at the annual Hello Etsy event, at the American Art Museum. The DIY sustainability, and small business communities will gather in the hallowed halls of the American Art Museum’s National Landmark Building, to connect with their peers, learn the skills to find success and independence with their creative, micro-enterprise, and to be part of the movement to build human scale-economies.

The Financial Basics for the Creative Community program, is presented by the Anacostia Community Museum as part of the Call and Response: Community and Creativity Project. The Call and Response project highlights and displays the creativity in neighborhoods that are east of the Anacostia River.


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