Presenter:
Patricia Morrison, creative career coach and founder of Inner Fire, Outer Light

Date:
Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Time:
04:00 PM - 06:00 PM

Location:
Maurie Jacobs Community Room
Hult Center for the Performing Arts
Eugene

Description:
Artists are often told that enjoying the process of making the work should be enough.  They are undervalued, overwhelmed and unsupported, while being some of the hardest working, most visionary and skilled people around.  Time to turn that determination, vision, and hard-won skill into a thriving creative life and livelihood. Explore strategies and pathways to income, and create a personalized plan to:
  • Discern and map out a path to the life and income you seek
  • Gain the creative livelihood skills you need
  • Identify and overcome obstacles
  • Build an integrated creative livelihood and personal life

About Patricia Morrison
Patricia Morrison is the founder of Inner Fire, Outer Light, which helps overwhelmed and under-valued creatives make a living, make a life and make a difference with their gifts. Artists, writers, musicians and creative professionals who are tired of leaving their destiny under the control of others, trading their life goals for their creative ones, and looking successful from the outside, but not feeling that way inside.

Working with Patricia, they take back their sovereignty, transform their scattered and unfulfilling work lives, finish projects, and create integrated lives in which their gifts are rewarded with sustainable income, their visions are valued, and they never have to choose between personal and creative goals again, while becoming the forces of good in the world they seek to be.

Patricia is trained in visual art, writing, music, education and business coaching and toured nationally as a contemporary folk singer/songwriter. Learn more at www.InnerFireOuterLight.com

This workshop is part of Lane Arts Council’s 2019 Professional Development Workshops for Artists.

Presented in partnership with the City of Eugene Cultural Services Division.  Thank you to our generous sponsors: Columbia BankThe Duck StoreVistra Framing and WebPictureFrames.com