27 April, 2021
Managing Your Time
Part of our Creative Futures series – a programme of workshops, talks, webinars and facilitated conversations. The programme aims to support creatives and freelance practitioners, at any career stage, helping them build skills and develop their practice to develop as creative entrepreneurs.
Date: 27 April 2021
About this Event
Come and learn from an early career artist about how they approach managing their time and making space for their creative practice alongside a full time role.
You’ll gain insight into:
- How to grow your creative business alongside a full time role
- Tips and tricks for making the most of your time
- What’s worked, and what hasn’t
- How to make a work plan that works for you
- Avoiding the dreaded burnout
This session will include a presentation, some practical stuff and plenty of time for Q&A and conversation. It’s particularly aimed at creatives trying to make a lane for themselves alongside a full time role.
About Stacey Olika
Stacey is a multidisciplinary artist and founder of Amaka Designs, her freelance digital design sub-brand. Graduating in graphic design from UWE in 2017, she has been named one of Bristol’s Most Influential Women and Creatives under 24 in 2017, 2019 and 2021, she confronts neo-colonialism and advocates for more representation in a way that is powerful and multifaceted. Stacey is the co-founder of No Boundaries, a platform dedicated to showcasing the underrepresented. She stepped on to the scene with her graduate project ‘I Am Melanin’; celebrating the beauty of black women through film, photography and graphic design. She is innovative and adaptable in her practice. Stacey is also featured artist and board member of Rising Arts Agency.