Accounting for Creatives

Understanding and expanding your musician-based revenue streams

September 19, 2011 - 7:00pm - 10:00pm

 

Musicians and Composers: how are you earning a living, and what are the untapped income sources out there?

Presented in collaboration with The Field, join us for this in-depth, participant-driven session about all the available revenue streams for musicians.

Monday, September 19, 2011
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
FAR Space, New York, NY
Free, but space is extremely limited. Click here to RSVP

The session will start with a presentation and panel discussion about the thirty revenue streams available to composers and performers based on the contours of copyright law, role and business practice. Participants will then map out and itemize their own revenue streams and develop comparative graphs based on their personal data. The session will conclude with a peer-driven discussion about participants’ experiences with various revenue streams, with advice from experts on how to expand one’s revenue-generating capacity.

Prior to attending, registrants will be asked to fill out a web form about their income, which will help tailor the seminar discussion
  

Artist Revenue Streams Project

This session is part of a larger, multi-method research project examining musicians’ and composers’ sources of income, and how they have changed over the past ten years.

Project home page | 29 Streams blog post

FAR Space
521 West 26th Street, 2nd Floor Between 10th and 11th Avenues in Chelsea
New York , NY, 10001
United States

Presented in collaboration with The Field

Founded by artists for artists, The Field is dedicated to providing strategic services to thousands of performing artists and companies in New York City and beyond. http://thefield.org

With generous support from Chamber Music America, Creative Capital, New Music USA and Fractured Atlas.


Artist Revenue Streams Project

This session is part of a larger, multi-method research project examining musicians’ and composers’ sources of income, and how they have changed over the past ten years.

Project home page

29 Streams blog post