On Thursday, December 5, ASI and The Establishment will present a workshop on taxes designed to help attendees navigate the various tax forms, rules, and regulations that often prevent us from maximizing our money and saving for the long haul. This workshop will be led by financial services professional Ryan McNulty, MBA, and will serve as a primer for artists, independent contractors, and self-employed individuals working in the arts to make the best choices concerning their taxes. This event is free and open to the public, and capacity is limited; register at the link below to reserve your spot.


  • Thursday, December 5, 2019; complimentary food and beverage 5:30 PM, presentation 6 – 7 PM
  • The Establishment at the Tony Walker Plaza (5110 Main Street, Suite 100 in Williamsville, NY)
  • Presenters: ASI and The Establishment
  • Instructor: Ryan McNulty, MBA
  • Free and open to the public
  • Limited capacity; register online
  • Facebook event

This workshop is part of ASI’s ongoing professional development series serving Western New York’s artists and arts organizations. With topics spanning budgeting, marketing, governance, and more, we work hard to ensure that seminars are timely, effective, and valuable for any individual or group, regardless of the present challenges of one’s organization or stage of one’s career.

About our Co-Presenter

The Establishment, a program of MassMutual, works with people to help them learn about the financial topics that affect their goals and planning, but with a little more style. Establishment classes focus on personal finance subjects like money management, student loans, home buying, investments, credit, and debt. At these core financial events, attendees receive generalized education in a group setting to help them think about their financial situation and act on their financial goals. Join The Establishment for a class that they promise won’t put you to sleep, a session tailored to your goals and interests, and learn more about what you can do to help achieve your financial goals.