1246 Folsom Street
San Francisco, California 94103


Saturday, July 24
10 am – 2 pm
1246 Folsom St., SF
Tuition $60.

Many artists still think they’ll be “discovered” so they don’t bother learning fundamental (yes, fundamental, not elective) skills necessary for their own advancement. When an artist doesn’t have the support of a major institution (which is most of us, most of the time), you can still make moves! Take charge. Now. This is a class on:

*CREATING your artist statement, resume, press release, media kit.

*STRATEGIZING and PROFESSIONALIZING your process to get your work seen.

Benefit from this learning boost. No matter what role you have — visual artist, writer, performing artist, arts administrator, or marketing newbie — get a hold of the fundamental survival methods and means. Anthem Salgado will cover basic skills, give focus to participants’ specific questions, and teach tangible strategies to further your career and projects no matter what stage they are in.


“Art of Hustle is made for the novice and experienced performer/artist. I personally had a great experience and learned quite a lot and made some very good contacts.” – Michael Greene, photographer.

“Anthem is an enthusiastic and driven educator who spreads positivity and practical information through his teachings.” — Arianna Gouveia, multidisciplinary artist.

“Basic tools any independent artist needs to promote their work more effectively.” — Cheryl Samson, poet.

“I learned a lot. I got exactly what I came for. Tons of great advice.” — Marie ‘Pandora’ Medina, dancer.

“I stand entirely behind my work and my coaching. This is a four-hour workshop. After the first hour of training, we will take a break. And at this point, I will give you 100% of your money back, no-questions-asked and no-hard-feelings, if you honestly do not feel that the education being provided will contribute to helping you articulate your vision, making your work more visible, and empowering you with career tactics and new modes of seeing. If you don’t benefit from this workshop, I don’t deserve to keep your money. And you have every right to receive — and I have every responsibility to give you — a full and prompt refund. That’s my word.” — Anthem Salgado

* Fullbright-Hayes scholarship recipient.
* Non-profit arts Program Manager.
* Education consultant.
* Published writer.
* Guest lecturer at SFSU, USF, UCLA, Mills College.
* Over 10 years in the field as a leader, team player and DIY arts hustler.

Added by KSW on July 8, 2010

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