Visual Aid Workshops for Artists with Greg Katz
How to Steal the Spotlight, 3 Keys to Success as an Artist
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Social hour, 6-7pm, workshop, 7 - 8:30pm
Free. Pre-registration is required.
As artists, we all want to be seen and recognized for our talent, but success takes more than talent. It requires that you emphasize what makes you stand out in the art world.
In this workshop you will learn three key elements that will show the world your unique message and enable you to create a successful art business. Most of us would agree that, for better or worse, our world revolves around technology and we relate to each other through social media. Greg will teach you how to utilize what’s literally at your fingertips to create an artist persona and recognizable brand.
Exploring the Interplay and Power of Autobiography, Art, and Healing:
Share Your Experience in an interview with Greg Katz!
Greg is currently completing his doctoral degree in Art and Healing, combining both his passions and serving those who want to be able to live their best life through ultimate self-expression. As part of his research, he is interviewing people to record their personal experience.
In the next days and weeks, he will be interviewing artists with life-altering or life-threatening illness to explore the interplay and power of autobiography, art, and healing. If you have a life-altering or life-threatening illness and would like to be interviewed, please sign up here on eventbrite. Greg will contact you directly to set up a convenient appointment, either at your home/studio or at Visual Aid.
Greg Katz, MS, MFT, PhDc is a national juried fiber artist, psychotherapist and coach who lives in Denver, Colorado. He hasservedthose with life-threatening illness for the past 20 years and in the past eight years has combined that with his creative and artistic side. He's coached self-employed artists helping them tocreate successful and sustainable art businesses.
Highlands, oil painting by Martine Jardel
Call Visual Aid at 415-777-8242 or email Executive Director Julie Blankenship for more information julie at visualaid.org.