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Wednesday 7 December 2022
18:00pm - 20:00pm
STEAMhouse, Belmont Works, Cardigan St, Birmingham B4 7RQ
Please note: This workshop is exclusively for STEAMhouse Create programme members. Find out all about the programme and how to join HERE.
From Arts Council bids to managing studio costs, understanding how to put together a budget, and how to manage it is an essential skill.
Key to the success of any project is keeping the finances on track. In this introduction you will learn to effectively use techniques and templates and learn:
• How to build a budget
• How to plan and monitor cashflow
• How do monitor your budget
We’ll be building budgets based on our own projects, so come with something you want to develop in mind, and expect to leave with resources you can apply to your own practice.
Our Workshop Leader
Roisin Caffrey is an independent producer currently working with Selina Thompson Ltd, Leeds 2023 and Another Route, as well as a number of independent artists.
She recently produced Paul Ramírez Jonas’s large scale public participatory art work Key to the City for Fierce, as one of the flagship projects of Birmingham 2022 Festival, reaching audiences of over 50,000 people across the city.
She was previously Executive Producer/Joint Chief Executive at Stan’s Cafe, was part of the core team delivering Royal de Luxe’s The Giants for Perth International Arts Festival, Executive Producer at NIE, and has held roles at Darwin Festival, Cheek by Jowl, Gate Theatre Notting Hill, Theatre-Rites, MAC and Birmingham Conservatoire. She has chaired boards including Little Earthquake and Culture Central.