Goldstein Guilliams International is an internationally known team of arts and artist managers and consultants with over 30 years’ of specialized experience and expertise providing strategic guidance, practical advice, integrated analysis, critical knowledge, comprehensive oversight, and creative problem solving throughout the field of arts and entertainment worldwide.
Working in collaboration with the distinguished expertise of our legal division, GG Arts Law, our services include:
Negotiating and contracting engagements
Managing collaborations and commissions
Setting up for-profit and non-profit business entities
Assisting with board formation and management
Drafting corporate documents, by-laws, and policies
Obtaining U.S visas for foreign artists, including serving as the U.S. petitioner
Obtaining U.S. state and federal tax waivers for foreign artists
Assisting with insurance and liability issues
Assisting with scheduling, travel, and tour management
Managing rights and licenses
Advising on best practices and procedures
Providing board and staff guidance
Leading board and staff retreats, training, team building and interventions
Facilitating and presenting workshops, seminars, and lectures
From Tony Award winning playwrights, to Pulitzer Prize winning composers, to Grammy Award winning artists, our clients have included renowned artists, performers, and ensembles; nationally and internationally distinguished companies in the fields of opera, dance, and theatre; regional and off-Broadway theater companies; award-winning producers and directors; top-selling recording artists and producers; award-winning documentary and feature-length film makers; regional and national presenters and venues; and critically acclaimed fine-artists and designers.
Workshops, Seminars, & Lectures
As highly sought after speakers and lecturers, our team has lead workshops andseminars on topics such as arts-based business and non-profit organization and management, planning for commissions and collaborations, emerging trends, arts advocacy, and immigration and tax issues for foreign artists.