The Hustling Creative produces our own events around the topics of arts leadership, business, accessiblity and consent. While we make it our priority to cater to the specific needs of our host's programming, our specialty is the budding young professional market.

We are also frequent guest speakers at theatres, colleges, conferences, and even some churches across the country and across the screen. 

Finally, we are available to act as consultants and technical support for your own events.

Asian Pacifika Arts Collective

Our organization had been contemplating a re-brand for several months. When the pandemic halted all of our plans and events, we took advantage of the moment and reached out to The Hustling Creative to help us reconstruct our logo. The result was impeccable and very much in line with our expectations and requests. We loved working with them so much that we collaborated with THC again when we produced our first ever online event, AAPI Voices.  The Hustling Creative provided consultation and ran tech support during the production itself. They also created the graphics we needed to market the event. We definitely look forward to collaborating with THC again in the future. 

Just Arts at Olney Theatre Center
October 30, 7:00-9:00 EST 

In response to the ongoing social upheaval and protests for racial justice, Olney Theatre Center is hosting a virtual social justice arts festival called Just Arts: A Celebration of Art & Activism, amplifying the voices of BIPOC artists and activists on in October. The Hustling Creative joins curator Chil Kong for a musical performance and a panel discussion on voting, access, and social justice.

AAPI Voices
October 24, 7:30-9:00pm EST

Asian Pasifika Arts Collective presents their second annual AAPI Voices storytelling slam featuring stories by and for Asians and Asian Americans. 

This year, AAPI Voices explores identity and belonging with the theme "All American Asians". The evening will feature stories and other performance pieces by AAPI artists Ryan Artes, Kyunghee Chen, Kyosin Kang, Precious Ringor and Nexus.

The evening will also feature musical performances by La Ti Do, with a special guest appearance by Broadway actor Al Guerzon. A++ Comedy Improv Troup's Sam Brunner will host the evening of performances.

AAPI Voices: All American Asians is a collaboration with Unapologetically Asian, La Ti Do and The Hustling Creative.

Radical Inclusion, Ruthless Consent at The Kennedy Center

In a market saturated with talent and in an industry that never quite has enough time or money, performers with and without disabilities are rewarded for being agreeable. But in a ‘yes and’ culture, how do you identify, honor, and state your needs to protect yourself and your career? This two-hour workshop with Kennedy Center Cultural Caucus member Suzanne Richard and internationally recognized fight and consent instructor Jacqueline Holloway will do just that. Through movement and choreography, artists will unpack the tools of consent and stating your needs. You will walk away with both a renewed empowerment of your agency as well as new strategies to ruthlessly pursue your objectives onstage and off.

The Marketable Musician
Facebok and Youtube Live

We chatted about artists' relationship with business and money, about how women+, BIPOC, and other groups are conditioned into a scarcity mindset, and about The Hustling Creative’s work helping artists create new businesses.

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