Lab #23: Automating Arts Admin For An Indie Artist with Morgan Yamada

In this lab, we will explore apps and strategies to make freelance life, less “work” and more “play.”

The Lab

Being an artist is a journey. And, like all journeys, there are ups and downs, pit stops and dead ends but it’s also amazing and wonderful and magical. Sometimes, the hardest part is the business side of things.

The good news is that there are ways to make the business more easeful. We can use technology to our advantage. There are all sorts of techy ways to be more efficient and save time so that we can make more art happen. We can automate mundane tasks, outsource stuff to robots, and use all sorts of tech tricks to make our lives as artists more easeful. So let’s roll up our sleeves and get to work!

In this lab, we will explore apps and strategies to make freelance life, less “work” and more “play.”


ASL Interpretation and Auto-Generated Captions will be provided

Pay What You Will

Suggested Donation of $10

What Do You Need To Join?

Your self

A Device To Zoom In On

An Internet Connection

Curiosity for tech things!

About your Lab Instructor

Morgan Yamada

Morgan lives on Treaty 6 territory, her family roots extend from Germany, Japan, and many more places and meet in amiskwaciwâskahikan, also known as Edmonton. She works as an actor, fight choreographer, producer, arts educator and creative collaborator.

Morgan is a graduate of the University of Alberta’s BFA Acting Program and is an Advanced Actor Combatant with Fight Directors Canada. She also works as an artist in schools, teaching students utilizing physical theatre. Her work as an actor and creative collaborator has primarily been focused on new work development and physical-based theatre.

Morgan adores learning new things and all the apps to make things easier to learn new things, and most of all loves sharing them with everyone she meets.

For more info on her work you can check out

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