Owning It Skill Share in Partnership with NYWIFT and WIF

Join The Gotham’s Owning It program in partnership with New York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT) and Women in Film LA (WIF) for a community skill share!

Looking for a certain skillset to help complete your project? Willing to offer your skills to support a fellow creative? At the Skill Share you’ll barter and exchange skills, learn best practices for bartering, and spend time networking with attendees.

Date: Thursday, May 13, 2021

Time: 5 PM ET

Platform: Zoom

How to Attend

  1. If you are attending, please fill out this pre-event survey about the skills you can offer and the skills you’re requesting from the community.
  2. Then register here. You’ll receive a Zoom link your confirmation email. 

For questions, please contact Nevin at nkelly-fair@thegotham.org


Event Timeline

5:00 PM ET – Introductions by The Gotham, NYWIFT and WIF teams

5:05 PM ET – Overview of skill share process and bartering skills led by Kia Brooks, Deputy Director of The Gotham

5:15 PM ET – Networking begins (four rounds of small group speed networking)

6:00 PM ET – Discussion around skill share and networking experience

6:30 PM ET – Event ends


About The Gotham’s Owning It

This event is part of The Gotham’s Owning It program. Owning It is dedicated to supporting, connecting, and empowering women and non-binary creators and entrepreneurs who break down boundaries in the media and entertainment industry.

The program consists of monthly fireside chats, an annual summit, a mentorship initiative with WE NYC, workshops and more. Past guests include Riva Marker (Nine Stories Productions) Lydia Dean Pilcher (Cutie and the Boxer), Veena Sud (The Stranger), and Gayle Jennings-O’Byrne (WOC Star Fund).

Owning It provides an inclusive environment that expands and expresses a liberated movement for women and non-binary individuals as well as those that are our champions, advocates and allies.


May 13 @ 5:00pm
5:00 pm — 6:30 pm (1h 30′)

RSVP Instructions
Please join this event via the ZOOM link in your confirmation email.
For questions, please contact Nevin at nkelly-fair@thegotham.org



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NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature.