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Kaleidoscope Network Online Event Workshop Practice makes Practice

Tax and Self Assessment Workshop

Thursday 8 December 1pm - 2pm Online

A special event for Kaleidoscope Network Toolkit workshop for beginners and people thinking about becoming self-employed, as well as old hands who need reminding!

Join Eastside Projects’ bookkeeper/accountant Neisa Reid for an online toolkit session on being self-employed, keeping financial records and completing you tax return.

Neisa Reid is a certified book-keeper with over 15 years’ experience, providing a wide range of bookkeeping and payroll services for most business types and sizes.

These sessions are for beginners and people thinking about becoming self-employed, as well as old hands who need reminding. Tax returns are a muscle that improve with annual flexing and there’s always something to brush up on.

Register via eventbrite to receive a Zoom link. Sign up here: Eventbrite.

This event is free for Kaleidoscope Network Members.

We will be screening this session at The NewBridge Project in Room 8 Project Space on the day.

About Kaleidoscope Network

Formed in response to a need for mutual support, the network has come together as a way to share resources, increase what each partner is able to offer and create new connections between communities of artists. It also offers professional development for the associated partners learning from one another.

We are beginning the relationship with a rolling programme of monthly Kaleidoscope events that will give artists in our networks access to a range of activity offered by the different partners, enriching our individual programmes and bringing new perspectives and insights from neighbouring networks.

This event has been organised by Eastside Projects for the Kaleidoscope Network, a collaboration between Eastside Projects (Birmingham), Primary (Nottingham), Spike Island (Bristol), and The NewBridge Project (Newcastle). NewBridge members are automatically part of the Kaleidoscope Network and can attend selected events programmed by each partner.

If you have a membership with any of the organisations involved, that automatically makes you part of the Kaleidoscope Network. This means you can attend selected events programmed by each partner.

Eastside Projects makes art public. Based in Birmingham, they are an artist-run multiverse, commissioning, producing and presenting experimental art practices and demonstrating ways in which art may be useful as part of society. Extra Ordinary People is Eastside Projects’ Associate membership scheme. EOP works with artists, curators and art-writers to support the development of work, ideas, connections and careers through a programme of events, opportunities and projects.

Primary is an artist-led contemporary visual arts organisation in Nottingham. They prioritise artistic research, provide studios and residencies to artists, and run a free public programme of exhibitions and events. Primary has launched a membership scheme to support more artists, makers and practitioners who are interested in joining and contributing to their creative community and benefitting from their dynamic artist development programme.

Spike Island is a dynamic arts centre that supports, produces and presents contemporary art and culture. A short walk from Bristol city centre. Spike Island Associates is a dynamic network of artists, curators, designers, writers and thinkers at all stages of their career. Members span multiple disciplines and share a common interest in collaboration, experimentation and a desire to learn new skills and have new experiences.

Kaleidoscope Network Online Event Workshop Practice makes Practice

This event is accessed remotely online.

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