Learn from a panel of Nashville-based creatives as they “tell all” about the realities of pursuing their passions. Gain tips for developing your brand, marketing yourself (and your work), customer/fan acquisition and resources for self-employed creatives.
- Channing Moreland & Makenzie Stokel – Founders of EVAmore, Innovators in Music Technology and Online Booking
- James Threalkill – Nationally-recognized Visual Artist with works featured in film, television, children’s books and more
- Jordan Holland – Professional Recording Artist and graduate of the Arts & Business Council’s Periscope Program
- Kyshona Armstrong – Singer, Songwriter, Activist and former Music Therapist
Co-sponsored by the Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville and the Center for Entrepreneurship at Belmont University
The event is in the Jack Massey Business Center – Room 103 at Belmont University.
Parking: Find visitor parking and the Massey Business Center (Number 5) on Belmont University’s campus map.