Are you an artist looking for a successful career?
Join us for a workshop run by renowned local artist, Bruce Helander, designed for working artists wishing to learn more about managing a successful career and the business of art.
Bruce Helander has a wealth of experience as a practicing artist, critic, arts consultant, gallery owner, art dealer, former editor-in-chief of “The Art Economist,” former White House Fellow of the National Endowment for the Arts, former dean of the Rhode Island School of Design, and member of the Florida Artists Hall of Fame.
Session 1 – January 6, 2016, 6-8PM
“Getting it Together: Setting Goals, Building a Resumé, Creating a Portfolio”
- Setting realistic professional goals and creating a five-year plan of action.
- Increasing motivation to make deadlines, facilitating earning power and setting sights on your future.
- Evaluating your worth and price setting.
- Building a resumé and creating a professional portfolio.
Session 2 – January 13, 2016, 6-8PM
“Getting Seen: Exhibitions, Collectors, Museums”
- Best methods for contacting galleries concerning exhibitions.
- The benefits of entering juried shows and competitions.
- How to attract collectors and museum reps to your studio.
- How to arrange museum acquisitions of your work.
Total Cost for both lectures $35.00 (bring spiral notebook and resumé) The workshop includes a FREE copy of Don Thompson’s book “The $12 Million Stuffed Shark.”
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