Are you an artist, creative, or maker who’s tired of the hustle?
Do you want to be more in control of your time and energy – and make a living?
Are you ready to grow your creative business into what you always dreamed it could be?
Join me on Oct. 22nd for
Building A Balanced, Sustainable Creative Business
This live, in-person workshop is a deep dive into building a micro creative business that breaks you out of the constant hustle. You’ll learn a simple yet powerful framework to help you create a business that is financially, emotionally, and creatively sustainable.
The workshop will be held on
Sunday, October 22nd
*with optional brown bag lunch at noon
Held in my beautiful studio on our farm in Ashtabula, Ohio,
this workshop will be a small group, in-person, live event.
No screens – just you and your classmates learning
in a relaxed, nature-focused environment.
Refreshments will be provided –
come ready to get away and dive in!
You’ll learn to…
~ ditch the hustle and build a sustainable business
~ balance the various aspects of your creative work
~ leverage seasonality to be more in control of your time & energy
~ break out of the feast/ famine cycle of income
~ invest strategically so you can grow your business into what you truly want it to be
This small group setting will give you an opportunity to…
~ receive highly personalized feedback from the instructor
~ brainstorm opportunities for your specific type of business
~ connect with creative like minds
~ tap into the collective wisdom of fellow participants
All while surrounded by nature in a relaxed, hustle-free setting.
Best of all…
Reserve your spot by October 15th and bring a friend for half price!
The class is taught by Chris Zielski, artist and owner of Copper Leaf Studios. An artist for over 25 years and business owner since 2007, she brings years of experience building and running a creative business to her courses.
Prior to becoming a full-time artist, she worked in education. Her ability to teach powerful concepts in an engaging, approachable manner is one of the hallmarks of her teaching style.