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Description: Mark your calendars for March 9th, when we will be joined in the Groundswell Studio by Amy Smith, an artist, educator, and activist with 20 years of experience doing accounting and financial management in the for-profit and non-profit worlds. With tax season upon us, Amy will be deep-diving into taxes for creatives, as well as budgeting, valuing your time, negotiating for fair pay, and credit, debt and long term saving. As artists, we are all running our own small business, so money management is a must!
About the Speaker: Amy Smith is an artist, educator, and activist. She is a founder and Co-Director of Headlong Dance Theater, a collaboratively run Philadelphia-based dance theater company. She has 20 years of experience in the for-profit and non-profit worlds doing accounting and financial management. She also teaches financial literacy workshops for artists, and does tax preparation for 100 artists annually. She has served on many boards, including serving as Board Treasurer for Dance/USA, and is active with Dancing for Justice Philadelphia, a dance community response to the Black Lives Matter movement. Her personal mission is to help artists improve their financial literacy so they can reach their financial goals.