Tue, Mar 21|
Know Your Worth
As artists one of the biggest struggles is determining how to pay and support yourself. In this 90 minute workshop, Instructor and artist, D.A. Navoti will take you through the ins and outs of tapping into your talents and better understanding how to monetize them.
Time & Location
Mar 21, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
About the Event
Knowing Your Worth / Workshop Tuesday, March 21, 5:30-7:00 p.m. PST Online Via Zoom. Sliding Scale (registration ends at 10 a.m. on the day of the workshop)
About the Workshop As artists one of the biggest struggles is determining how to pay and support yourself. In this 90 minute workshop, Instructor and artist, D.A. Navoti will take you through the ins and outs of tapping into your talents and better understanding how to monetize them. Topics that will be covered include:
- How to price your work
- How to expand your revenues of income
- How to negotiate & get booked
About D.A. Navoti D.A. Navoti is a member of the Gila River Indian Community and a multidisciplinary storyteller, writer, and composer. He is a descendant of Hopi, Zuni, Akimel O’otham, and Yavapai-Apache tribes, and his artwork investigates what it means to be Indigenous in the 21st century. Navoti has been published by Indian Country Today, Spartan, Homology Lit, The Seventh Wave, Cloudthroat, and elsewhere. He’s a former fellow at Hugo House and Jackstraw Cultural Center, and in 2020, he was a Radical Imagination grantee from NDN Collective and a CityArtist with the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture. Navoti co-created Fight For Our Lives, a performance series advocating for communities targeted by divisive politics, and he founded Wellness-ish-ness, a creative wellness blog. Navoti also curated We the Indigenous, a West Coast literary series spotlighting Indigenous artists, and he guest-curated Grow[ing] Up with Seattle Public Library, an intergenerational reading series about growing pains. Navoti holds graduate degrees from Northern Arizona and Arizona State universities. He lives on occupied Duwamish territory (Seattle, Washington).
About Artist Trust Artist Trust is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to support and encourage artists working in all disciplines to enrich community life throughout Washington State. Since its founding in 1986, Artist Trust has invested over $15 million in individual artists through grant programs and provides a comprehensive suite of professional development training and resources to help artists achieve their career goals. Learn more at artisttrust.org.
Have questions? Email Program Manager Grace Nakahara.