Announcing The Creator Sessions

For those building a business in any creative industry, the business and legal landscape can be daunting.  But it doesn’t have to be that way!

Starting Jan. 24, attorney, musician and writer Bryan Tuk and ArtsQuest are teaming up to present a new monthly series for creators and entrepreneurs called The Creator Sessions.  All sessions will take place at the Banana Factory Arts Center, 25 W. Third St., Bethlehem, PA. 

“Helping creators and entrepreneurs in all industries succeed is one of the core principles of my law practice,” says Tuk. “Freelancers often feel as though they have very little support because of the prohibitively high cost of legal services.  

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Announcing Legal Boot Camp for Creatives

On January 24th, in partnership with ArtsQuest, I present Legal Boot Camp for Creatives, a one hour session where small business owners and creators can learn what steps they should take in order to protect their assets, organize their business and limit their liability when entering into business transactions.  If you are a freelancer and/or creator, this session is for you! 

Tickets are ON SALE NOW HERE. 

This is the first in a  monthly series with ArtsQuest that will continue through June 2018.  More details on the next sessions will be available soon. 


TLO in The News

Last week I was honored to be interviewed by William Childs of The Morning Call about arts education and the life skills that propel entrepreneurs and startups.  Below is an excerpt from the article: 

Creativity and music are intrinsically linked.
Our current educational model completely misunderstands the power of music and the role it plays in enhancing the lives of children. There is irrefutable evidence that indicates the introduction of music into a child's early development can ignite multiple areas of his or her brain. That, in turn, can assist in a child's overall growth and development.
Bryan Tuk, the owner of Tuk Law Offices and the CEO of Allentown JazzFest, agrees.
"I started piano lessons when I was eight years old. It was beneficial in that the intellectual engagement cultivated while studying music helped me in other subjects," Tuk said. "Also, the patience developed when learning a new musical piece made me more methodical in my other subjects."

You can read the full article right here.