Join Pentacle’s Director of Fiscal Services, Clarissa Soto on October 13th and November 16th from 6-8pm for two FREE workshops on Bookkeeping in the Arts as a part of Gibney Dance Center’s Learning & Leadership Studio. Participants will review basic accounting principles and look at the most effective organizational bookkeeping strategies for sustaining cash flow and maintaining good financial reports. Through this workshop participants will gain the necessary foundation for audit preparation and economic sustainability in the arts market. These workshops are designed for artists and companies of all sizes, whether emerging or established. Register here.
Gibney Dance: Agnes Varis Performing Arts Center
Learning & Leadership Studio
280 Broadway (Enter at 53A Chambers Street)
Tuesday, 10/13 6-8pm Register here for this FREE workshop
Monday, 11/16 6-8pm Register here for this FREE workshop
Workshop #1 – Oct. 13th: Creative & Effective Bookkeeping Strategies for the Arts
Pentacle’s Director of Fiscal Services will demonstrate effective bookkeeping strategies for sustaining cash flow and maintaining good financial reports. This workshop will begin by reviewing basic accounting principles and looking at organizational strategies, as it pertains to the non-profit arts structure. It will conclude by discussing how to help the arts become more sustainable. This workshop is designed for emerging or established artists and companies of all sizes.
Workshop #2 – November 16th: Bookkeeping Systems to Help You Survive an Audit
Pentacle’s Director of Fiscal Services will lead a workshop in how to best prepare for an audit. Reviewing basic accounting principles and looking at the most effective organizational strategies will generate the foundation necessary for a smooth audit process. You will learn how to create and maintain bookkeeping systems that could prevent an audit nightmare. This workshop is designed for emerging or established artists and companies of all sizes.
Gibney Dance Center’s Learning & Leadership Studio: Through workshops and one-on-one consultation sessions, the Learning & Leadership Studio provides programming that introduces innovative ideas about arts management, teaches crucial business skills, and helps artists and arts administrators define both individual and organizational goals.