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LIFE Plan Ambassador & Accountability Assistant

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VIVID BLACK PAINT

This program was built as a missing, middle life support for Adult Aspiring, Established, or, "Re-Establising," BIPOC Artists to have space and guidance to simply plan. We want to help individuals build their life up and get past that stage of the Starving Artist.

There is "beauty in the struggle," but we want artists to also create from a place of security and joy.

Participants who choose VividBlackPaint LIFE Plan Program will commence on a 1 year journey.

Enrollees will follow the structure provided by the Vivid LIFE Plans Workbook and Curriculum, and with the support of their Paint Ambassadors, OR, Peer Collaborators, begin a guided journey through the 4 LIFE stages of Personal and Professional Growth described below.

Learn

use the opportunity to grow your skills, develop their interests and begin collaborating with their Paint Ambassador or Peer Collaborator

Implement

work with your Paint Ambassador or Peer Collaborator to begin applying what you have learned to then develop the vision for a career, project, or Venture

Finance

most goals require a level of financial earning and spending, you will work with your Paint Ambassador or Peer Collaborator to secure funds or an appropriate apprenticeship, internship, or job, and, develop a better understanding of what your products or skills are worth, which builds the language to advocate for it

Enrich

LIFE Plan participants will be expected to enrich others who may have not yet found their way by leading a workshop, leading a discussion, collecting helpful resources or tips to be made available to others, or by becoming a Paint Ambassador themselves

BIPOC Artists, Peer Collaborators, and Potential Ambassadors can choose to enroll in the program with a previously established mentor/mentee/peer and use the program as an accountability tool.

This programming is Absolutely FREE and will be delivered in conjunction with various discussion forums and groups, fun activities, and workshops focused on developing tools to better understand Your Personal Vision of Success.

If interested, use the link to apply: https://forms.gle/9hhc9JMAFB9FUBUH7

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About VIVID BLACK PAINT

Location:

Newton Ave N, MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55412, US

Mission Statement

Vivid Black Paint provides supportive programming to Honor and Uplift Aspiring and Established Artists who identify as black, indigenous, or as persons of color and to provide welcoming space for people to smile, laugh, and be entertained with circus and art as a vital service to mental well being and social emotional development.

Description

Vivid Black Paint is recognized by the IRS under Revenue code IRC Section 501(c)(3). Our organization is an arts focused entity, built by BIPOC Creatives for BIPOC Creatives. Every sale helps to drive our mission forward to provide supportive programming and welcoming spaces for all. The biggest components of what we strive to offer is the Vivid Black Paint LIFE Plan Program and, eventually, our Community House which will create a communal artistic living space for BIPOC artists to share and grow their skills and talents.

Vivid Black Paint is also building our circus based wellness program, a world travel program, and The Kickback.

If you'd like to Invest in Community, Invest in Vivid Black Paint via our GoFundMe Campaing to build our first Community House, Linked Here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/vividblackpaint-community-house

Arts & Culture
Community
Race & Ethnicity

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Brand Development & Messaging
  • Curating
  • Critical Thinking
  • Networking
  • Organization
  • People Skills

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • At least 1 virtual or in person check in per month for 45mn+ for the 1 year the participant is in the program. 3-4 mini checks/month via phone, email, virtual meet, text for brainstorming, planning, creative feedback & relationship building.
  • Be someone interested in supporting a Black Creative or Creative of Color in their journey towards Creative Success. Priority given to Applicants "of Color" and Open to All looking to have an impact via of peer to peer mentorship & coaching

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