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Professional Practices

Now in its third year, SCC’s Professional Practices provides individualized support with a focus on helping SCC members grow their craft businesses. This support includes a four-month training program and individual consultations, both offered free of charge to SCC members.


TACKLING THE TOUGH QUESTIONS

FOUR MONTH BUSINESS TRAINING

We are currently running a four month training program, during which over 20 SCC artists are receiving business training specific to their needs. The program runs late January to late May 2019. It’s a mixture of group discussions, one-on-one meetings, and course work focusing on business development for a professional craftsperson. Tackling the Tough Questions is closed to new entrants at this time.


ONE-ON-ONE CONSULTATIONS

One-hour meetings are available to provide individualized support to help grow artists’ craft businesses. This is an ongoing opportunity for all SCC members.

Application Process

  • Send an email to Michael Peterson at scc.professionalpractices@sasktel.net describing the challenges you would like to discuss and we will pair you with one of our staff members or another professional to assist you.
  • This pilot program is available at no cost until May 2019.
  • Fees may apply if we connect you to outside professionals.

Eligibility

  • Craft or visual artists who are members of the Saskatchewan Craft Council may apply for a one-on-one consultation.
  • Successful applicants will hold one of the following types of SCC memberships:
    • Professional Craftsperson
    • Craftsperson
    • Affiliated Marketer (visual artists only)
    • Student
  • Applicants must be Saskatchewan residents.

For more information, please contact:

Michael Peterson
Professional Practices Coordinator
scc.professionalpractices@sasktel.net


This program is supported by Creative Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Craft Council.