Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Cue Art Foundation: living on a tight budget

Tomorrow Cue is offering another seminar for artists :

Meeting Artists' Needs VI. Living on a Tight Budget
CUE Art Foundation (New York NY) VI. Living on a Tight Budget Wednesday,December 6, 2006, 6:30 – 8:00pm

Speaker: Galia Gichon, Down-to-earth Finance
Galia Gichon is an Independent Financial Expert who founded Down-to-earth Finance, a company dedicated to demystifying money management and investing for individuals. With over 13 years experience in financial services and an MBA in Finance, Ms Gichon has worked with hundreds of individuals and organizations. This results-oriented seminar will provide an action plan by giving practical exercises to help artists achieve financial freedom and reduce money stress. Ms. Gichon will give tips and ideas to help improve financial habits; she’ll go over the important parts of a credit report and how to improve the rating and will give advice on how to deal with credit card debt.

Where: at CUE Art Foundation located at 511 West 25th Street, New York, NY 10001 (betw. 10th and 11th Aves.) This lecture is FREE, but registration IS required.

To register, please call 212 206-3583 or send an email to kara.smith@cueartfoundation.org including your name, mailing address, e-mail and telephone number. Seating is on a first-come-first serve basis. We will accommodate the first 50 attendees each evening, and provide standing room only thereafter.

CUE Art Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization that is dedicated to supporting under-recognized artists via a multi-faceted mission spanning the realms of gallery exhibitions, professional development programs and arts-in-education.
For further information please contact Kara Smith, Programs Assistant, at 212 206-3583 or send an email to kara.smith@cueartfoundation.org

CUE Art Foundation's operations and programs are made possible with the generous support of foundations, corporations, government, individuals, and its membership. Programming assistance is provided in part with public funds from City of New York Department of Cultural Affairs and The New York State Council on the Arts through the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council and the Experimental Television Center. Meeting Artists' Needs is supported in part by the Joan Mitchell Foundation and American Express Company.

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