Lobby Chats: Defining Success
Monday, November 14, 2022, 11am-12:30pm (MT) / 1-2:30pm (ET) on Zoom
A career in the arts and entertainment industry can come with many external pressures. These expectations sometimes motivate us as we build our career paths but also create confusion or a sense of coercion. As a result, it can be hard to make decisions about what we want for ourselves – personally, creatively, and professionally.
Lobby Chats: Defining Success will focus on how we define career success in the entertainment industry and how we arrive at our individual versions of success that reflect the lives we want for ourselves. Success is highly subjective, and recognizing this can help combat stigma and self-doubt and boost financial and mental wellness.
Presented by The AFC in partnership with the Canadian Senior Artists Resource Network and Theatre Alberta.
Emily Hill (Registered Social Worker, Case Manager at The AFC)
- Kat Estacio (musician, artist, administrator, and Managing Director at the Wavelength Festival)
- Rita Shelton Deverell (television broadcaster, theatre artist, scholar, and activist)
- Caleigh Crow (incoming Board President of Theatre Alberta, independent artist and activist, associate artist at Making Treaty 7 in Calgary)
Learn more and register: http://afchelps.ca/lobbychats/.