64RE: [nyc-music-commission] FW: Surviving as an Artist: Important Tools
- Sep 5, 2006Bill -
Thanks for sending this through - I signed up for it and will attend next
week. Anyone else going?
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Subject: [nyc-music-commission] FW: Surviving as an Artist: Important Tools
Thought I should pass this one along....
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Affordable Health Insurance, User Friendly Finance
There is affordable health insurance available for freelance artists, as
well as free and low-cost health care options for the uninsured. Come hear
James Brown, Director of Health Services for The Actor's Fund of America,
present a wealth of information on accessing these resources.
In the second part of the evening, Jennifer Simon, Vice President of the
board of Artists' Community Federal Credit Union (ACFCU) will talk about the
credit union, known as the "financial home of the arts" in New York City.
LAST CALL: Gain practical information on two key issues facing artists and
other independent workers in this Alliance sponsored event.
WHEN: Thursday, September 14, 2006
WHERE: Lower Manhattan Cultural Council
125 Maiden Lane, 2nd Floor, NYC
DIRECTIONS: Take 2/3 train to Wall Street. Exit at Wall St. and walk east
on Wall St. towards Pearl St. and away from Trinity Church. Turn left onto
Pearl St. and walk 3 blocks north and turn right onto Maiden Lane.
RSVP is required by 9/5 to: rsvp@...
<mailto:rsvp@...> Please include your name, contact number,
and the subject line "HEALTH INSURANCE" in your email.
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