Attn. Denver Creatives! Learn the Biz of Being Creative

Heads up, Denver creatives!

Are you finally ready to take the leap into creative entrepreneurship, but at a loss as to how you should begin? Four stellar Denver-based organizations have come together to bring you a workshop to help you grow your business. Transforming Creatives, Converge Denver, the RiNo Arts District, and Denver Public Library bring you The Business of Being Creative, a workshop led by business growth expert Tasha King.

This Tuesday, January 8th, Tasha will help participants map out a business a plan and set off afoot on their journey to success. Best of all- it’s free! You must simply pre-register to attend, and spots are filling up quickly.

Transforming Creatives works toward a vision of creating “A world transformed for the common good by an empowered creative community” by supporting the professional and personal growth of Colorado’s creative community. By sponsoring programs and workshops across the city that empower individuals from a variety of fields, including…

Converge Denver is a dynamic creative coworking space in the RiNo Arts District that encourages “community, collaboration, and cause.” Under one roof, you will find full and part-time creatives including designers, marketers, artists, developers, and others who share amenities with a view; take advantage of semi-private work areas; and enjoy collaborating in Converge’s open space toward community causes. The venue is one that really must be experienced in person- so go check it out at 3327 Brighton Blvd. and apply for workspace at

The RiNo Arts District, in case you’ve been living under a rock or are new to Denver, is the city’s leading creative district that encompasses four neighborhoods: Five Points (where Rare Tempo’s Colorado office is located), Globeville, Elyria-Swansea, and Cole. RiNo works to invest dollars that will shape the district into its most cutting-edge, efficient, artistic self, and leaves its mark in the form of friendly orange rhino-shaped imprints throughout the area.

Denver Public Library is a network of institutions where you can still acquire hard copy books (say whaaa?) but beyond that, they host myriad events including game nights, DIY workshops, book clubs, interactive projects for kids, tech help, idea labs, and yoga, among many others.

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