Katha Pilipinas, a creative social enterprise and arts management initiative established in 2016, functions based on its three core pillars: arts management, retail, and social action. In 2024, the initiative embarks on a new chapter to create a deeper impact on the Filipino creative community and contribute to nation-building.
“Navigating Freelancing Life as a Creative”, designed by Ms. Moreno-Mempin, founder of Katha Pilipinas and an alumna of the University, will equip aspiring artists and creatives with the necessary skills and knowledge to thrive in the evolving landscape of the Philippine creative industries. Through this certificate program, participants will gain valuable insights into the intricacies of freelancing and learn how to effectively navigate the challenges that come with it.
Participants of the program will have the opportunity to learn from industry experts and experienced practitioners who have successfully carved their path in the creative industries. Through interactive workshops, case studies, and practical exercises, participants will gain skills and insights that can be applied directly to their freelancing careers. With the support of UA&P Center for Teaching and Learning, certain aspects of the program will involve the implementation of technology-enabled methods to enhance teaching efficiency.
This pioneering program will be facilitated by UA&P CORE, which to provides practical and relevant learning experiences as part of a professional’s continuous education and growth. As the pilot program of the Arts Management Series, “Navigating Freelancing Life as a Creative” will run in March 2024.
Read more about the program at the Katha Pilipinas website.