The Professional Skills for Actors & Arts Workers Series™
began as a full-semester course offered to the graduating Theatre Conservatory class at Long Island University (C.W. Post). The need to expand became apparent after hearing from students, actors and artists asking how they could attend a class like this one. The course was developed into The Professional Skills for Actors & Arts Workers Series™ featuring The Professional Skills for Actors Workshop™ available both Virtual and Live (offered to Universities, Arts Education, and Theatre Conservatories nationwide).
Subsequently, after hearing from freelancers across the arts, The Professional Skills for Arts Workers Virtual Workshop™ was developed. Like The Professional Skills for Actors Workshop™ it is a comprehensive look at the skills and mindset necessary to be working as an Artist.
Fredi Walker-Browne is a proud Arts Worker and creator of The Professional Skills for Actors Workshop™. She is best known for originating the role of JoAnne Jefferson in the Pulitzer Prize winning musical RENT.
The Professional Skills for ACTORS Workshop™
The Professional Skills for Actors Workshop™ in addition to the obligatory information on Auditions, Agents and Unions; this workshop addresses branding, marketing, and long term career goals with a detailed look at establishing the “Actor’s Lifestyle”.
The workshop is available LIVE to Universities and Conservatories and NOW AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC as a VIRUTAL workshop four times a year in WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER and FALL sessions.