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Art Beyond

Tue, Jul 09


Virtual Event

Tracking Project Expenses: Because Surprises Should Be Reserved For Parties

Learn How to Track Project Expenses and stay informed from conception to completion!

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Tracking Project Expenses: Because Surprises Should Be Reserved For Parties
Tracking Project Expenses: Because Surprises Should Be Reserved For Parties

Time & Location

Jul 09, 2024, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Virtual Event


About the event

  • Have you ever ended a project and wondered what happened to the money?
  • Do you create a project budget and then never look at it again?
  • Do you wish you had past project cost information so that you can use that information in the future?

In this Live Virtual Class, Art Beyond founders Esther Davidson and Elizabeth Palmisano will walk you through proven processes for tracking project expenses.

By the end of this workshop you will be able to:

  • Use your project budget to track project expenses
  • Organize receipts and invoices
  • Identify and allocate often forgotten project costs 
  • Understand how to interpret project budget vs actual and proft or loss

Free Resources include:

  • Budget vs Actual Template
  • Presentation Slides

We’ll also have dedicated time at the end of our class for Q&A. So write down your questions, grab a cold drink, and we’ll see you on Zoom!

About your instructors:

Esther Davidson is a lifelong learner with a diverse professional background including experience in business operations, project management, communications, and marketing. Davidson has an AAS in Business Administration and Accounting. She has worked in fast paced environments and with diverse teams often on concurrent projects ranging from $1,200 to over $1 million. She is also a Certified Construction Contract Administrator and is Quickbooks Online Certified. Not an artist by traditional definition, Davidson’s varied experience and skills bring a unique perspective to arts management.

Elizabeth Palmisano is an award-winning mixed-media installation, fiber, and public artist based in Charlotte, NC. She holds a BA with a concentration in Diversity and Cultural Awareness. Palmisano’s art career began in 2016 and a mere 7 years later she became the artist behind Charlotte's largest community-responsive public art piece, and the first of its kind #NoDaCloudwall. This award winning work is a sculptural mural spanning over 23,000 square feet. Her work is in private and public collections and has been exhibited at galleries and museums such as The Mint Museum, The McColl Center, and Bliss Gallery. She was voted “Best Visual Artist” in the QC Nerve 2020 and 2022 Best in the Nest Awards.

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