|State||City||Name||Type of Professional Development||Cost||Date(s) & Time(s)||Website||Contact||Additional Info.|
|NY||New York||The Art Students League of New York Art and the Fear of Success||Workshop||$245|
May 23, 25, 26
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 6:00–9:30 pm
|http://bit.ly/2phmyAb||The Art Students League of New York|
215 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019
|Do you feel you have outgrown your practice? Wondering how you can get into the NYC art scene? Have these concerns and more crossed your mind?|
If this is a pivotal moment in your career, take this workshop. We will cover questions like: Where in today’s contemporary art world does my art fit? How can I make my work fit into my ideal venue? And, what are my long- and short-term goals?
|Online||Crowdfunding for Communities||Webinar||Free|
Thu, May 25, 2017 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
|http://bit.ly/2rBnu0K||https://www.ioby.org/||Have a great idea for a project that makes your community greener, healthier, stronger or more vibrant? Need some cash to make it happen? ioby provides civic leaders like you with a crowdfunding platform and one-on-one fundraising coaching to raise the dollars you need to bring your idea to life. |
Join us for a webinar to learn the nuts and bolts of crowdfunding your local project! We’ll cover:
• Five best practices for effective crowdfunding that we’ve learned from supporting 1,000+ successful campaigns.
• Top tips on building your fundraising team, connecting with new donors, and donor follow up, illustrated with real life examples.
• An overview of ioby’s platform and services
• Q&A with ioby staff
Guttenberg Arts Intro to Stone Lithography Course
|Course||$200.00||4 sessions Every Sunday in June:|
June 4th, 2017: 12-5pm
June 11th, 2017: 12-5pm
June 18th, 2017: 12-5pm
June 25th, 2017: 12-5pm
6903 Jackson Street
Guttenberg, NJ 07093
|Intro to Stone Lithography Course|
This 4 week course is for printers who are looking to explore traditional stone lithography. Students will develop basic skills in the medium by exploring crayon techniques, graining stones and pulling an edition.
Ages 16 +
Jake Ingram received his BFA in drawing from East Tennessee State University and his MFA in drawing and printmaking from The New York Academy of Art. He has worked with different artists, including Lesley Dill and Will Cotton.
|NY||New York||The Art Students League of New York Succeeding as a Professional Artist||Workshop||$900|
June 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27, & 29
Tuesdays & Thursdays; Eight sessions
10:00 am -2:00 pm
|http://bit.ly/2qqn4JR||The Art Students League of New York|
215 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019
|Emerging artists in this workshop will learn directly from New York gallery directors and art professionals under the direction of artist Marc Dennis. Personal interactions and visits to a range of successful galleries will provide first-hand knowledge of the ins and outs of the gallery system. You will meet people from diversified art-related careers and potentially establish vital connections. Mr. Dennis, a prominent Brooklyn artist and former tenured college professor, will also critique your work. This is a unique career development opportunity for surmounting the challenges that emerging artists face.|
|NY||Alfred,||School of Art and Design|
Expanded Media Digital Summer Workshops
|Workshop||Workshop Fee: $1,500 Materials Fee: $240||1-Week Workshop with William Contino (June 26 - 30, 2017)|
1-Week Workshop with Andrew Deutsch (July 3 - 7, 2017)
1-Week Workshop with Rebekkah Palov (July 10 - 14, 2017)
1-Week Workshop with William Contino (July 17 - 21, 2017)
1 Saxon Drive
Alfred, NY 14802
|These are 1, 2, 3, or 4-week intensive Expanded Media workshops. The four week workshop will be divided into 4 individual workshops with 3 instructors. Participants can take a single workshop, two, three or all four workshops offered. Each week will be focused on an intensive investigation of each specific media. The first week will focus on an array of experimental, traditional, and non-traditional processes in the print shop to be further referenced in the next three workshops. traditional and non-traditional processes in the print shop to be further referenced in the next three workshops. The second week will focus on sound, the third week on video, and the fourth week on large format digital print.|
At the core of these workshops is the use of related software and state of the art computers, in a well-equipped computer lab.
The workshop welcomes artists with beginning and advanced technological experience.
4-week Comprehensive (Print-Sound-Video-Print) Workshop
|Online||Praxis Center for Aesthetic Studies||Webinar||FREE||Various||http://bit.ly/2mpU6vC||FREE WEBINAR FOR ARTISTS ON GETTING YOUR ART EXHIBITED & WRITING BETTER STATEMENTS AND BIOS|
In this webinar which is completely free and online, you will learn tactics for getting your art exhibited as well as how to write better artist statements and bios. You will also get a free booklet about how one artist got into the Whitney Biennial, and there is an opportunity to learn more and get personal support if you are interested. To register for free, just click the link and choose the day and time you want to attend, and then you will meet the instructor (Brainard Carey) on the live webinar where you can also ask questions. Just use the link to register for free. Pick a day, then a time, and you are all set, and will get a free booklet right away about one story of how an artist was selected to be in the Whitney Biennial.