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Mass Cultural Council envisions a diverse creative and cultural sector that is valued as essential in the Commonwealth. But what do employment opportunities in our sector really look like? Many of the artists, culture bearers, and creative individuals who make up the creative economy are gig workers, who move from job to job – even multiple, concurrent jobs – piecing together income along the way, often without the benefits or protections afforded in other kinds of employment.
Join us for a discussion of what the gig economy means for individual artists and for the Commonwealth’s economy writ large. Our panel will include policy experts, advocates, and individual artists.
Expected speakers include:
After the speaking program, all are welcome to visit a break-out room:
Please be advised, this program has a maximum capacity of 70 people. Registration is strongly encouraged.
Pao Arts Center
99 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02111
November 6, 2023 10am-12:30pm (Doors at 9:30am.)
UPDATE: Expected attendance at this event has reached capacity and so we’re no longer accepting new registrations.