Debra Russell, Artists Marketing and Business Academy, business finances, personal finances, money management

Moola, Cash, Dough, Greenbacks, Lucre

The Starving Artist is treated as a noble mythology by many in the Arts & Entertainment Industry who embrace it either consciously or unconsciously.

It is the Mission of the Artists Marketing & Business Academy to eliminate this term from our lexicon.

Why? Because I think it stinks! There is nothing noble about needless suffering or deprivation!

I envision an archeologist in 4013 uncovering a reference to starving artists, shaking his head and wondering to his compatriot, “What, they didn’t feed their artists?”

Because savvy entrepreneurial artists have become the norm.  That is my dream!

In order to create a profitable, successful and most importantly sustainable business you must learn the skills of money management and apply them every day to your business.

If you think, “I’ll learn to manage money when I’ve got some money to manage,” you are missing the point.

Learning to manage your money is HOW you’ll have more money to manage.

“Being good in business is the most fascinating kind of art. Making money is art and working is art and good business is the best art.”
Andy Warhol


Enroll in the Artists Marketing & Business Academy Foundation Program
to access the following classes today ($5 for first 10 days/$19 per month):

Foundation Program

  1. Money Management: Building Your Financial Foundation


Upgrade to the Artists Marketing & Business Academy Professional Program
to access these advanced classes today ($39/month):

Professional Program

  1. How to Manage Cash Flow for Your Arts Business

Special Bonus Interviews with Experts

  1. How to Prepare for a Successful Crowd Funding Campaign – An Interview with Ariel Hyatt

In the Hopper

Following are class topics Debra is currently considering for this Learning Track:

  • How to create a budget that works
  • Terminology of Money
  • How to create a financial system that gives you the information you need at your fingertips

To suggest additional ideas, contact Debra