Savings for Artists

Being an artist is a rewarding and exciting career path but it can come with its challenges if there is a lack of financial stability. This workshop is designed for artists to understand the fundamentals of money management by dismantling unhealthy money habits, learning the rules of how money works, and walking away with practical skills to save and budget your money.


•How to fund your passion while maintaining a stable income
•Destigmatizing uncomfortable conversations around money
•Learning the fundamentals around saving and budgeting
•Breaking down financial concepts and understanding how money works
•Building healthy money habits, taking away tangible and practical skills to accomplish your goals

About the Speaker:

Harprit Gill is a Financial Advisor/Educator, Community Leader, and Entrepreneur. She has taken her passion for community work & entrepreneurship and combined it with her love of educating people on financial literacy and providing financial solutions. As an individual who grew up in a marginalized community, she noticed the lack of literacy and the barriers to access sound financial resources and advisors. She decided to take the problem in her own hands and bridge the gaps to ensure our communities have a trusted individual/team who is/are relatable and take a bottom-up approach to financial planning. She on a mission to changing the lives of everyday individuals and families.  Her goal is to revolutionize communities by teaching people how to build and sustain wealth through a holistic community-based approach.


General Admission - $35 + tax
Member Admission - FREE

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