May 18th: "Cultivating Your Online Presence During a Pandemic" with Tanaya Winder (Duckwater Shoshone, Pyramid Lake Paiute, and Southern Ute Indian Nation)
Staying creative can be a task in-and-of itself, even when facing life’s stressors outside of a pandemic. During this time of social distancing, how do we as performing artists remain connected? There are many different ways you can cultivate your platform, whether you're a seasoned artists or just starting out. This webinar will teach you some creative basics to present your work online -- from creating your own flyers on Canva to creating a Patreon account to performing live on Zoom, Instagram, or Facebook.
**More Webinars happening in June. Please check out FPF FB Page for more information: https://www.facebook.com/1stpeoplesfund/
The newly created FPF Resilience Series has been developed to continue our work to enhance the business and entrepreneurial skills of Native artists and culture bearers, as well as expand our virtual community during these rapidly changing times. Every week, First Peoples Fund and our nationally recognized Native Artist Professional Development (NAPD) trainers will deliver values-based, topic-focused webinar (Mondays), followed by technical assistance office hours (Wednesdays) to follow-up on and answer any questions regarding the Monday webinar.