How does the work context look like for an artist? what does it mean to become a professional? Rules, rights and duties. How does the context look like to develop a project? Administrative and legal issues.
Pre-Production, Production, Post-Production
Legal and administrative matters
Artists, Creative and Cultural Professions, Trainers/Coaches
for all sectors, photography, visual and graphic arts, music, webdesign, dance, media, performing arts
Level of experience
Intention to develop a project or to be a professionnal artist
Legal forms, fiscal situations, insurances, contracts, copyright/authorship and privacy. Anticipate legal and administrative dimensions involved in the production of artistic and cultural projects
- Definition of arts' professionals, in particular in performing arts
- Being employed as a performing artists; contract, minimum salaries, social security
- Freelance artists; various types of taxation; how to write an invoice
- How to organise your performance / project
Presentation by the trainer as an expert of that field. Practical exercise using a fictive or real project as an example.
Capacity to understand rules, rights and duties of an arts professional.
Participants should be able to understand the legal/fiscal basics of arts profession.
- Basic equipment (computer, video projector, flipchart, wifi).
- Training script
- Questionnaire to be filled out by the participants (given and collected at the end of the session)
- Discussion between the participants and the trainers at the begining and at the end of the day.
Powerpoint distributed to the participants, Documents distributed to the participants: examples of contracts, etc.
8 to 20
OrganisationRock’in Faches (RiF)
under the project Routes to Employment
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