Make.Art.Work. Career Strategies for Visual Artists in CT ~ FEBRUARY
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
February Focus: Legal Considerations
Learn the ins and outs of the legal considerations that you need to be aware of as an artist.
More information can be found at http://makeartwork.org
WHEN? & WHERE?
All workshops are held from 6:00-8:30pm
February 19 (Tuesday) University of Hartford, 200 Bloomfield Avenue, West Hartford, CT
February 25 (Monday) University of New Haven, Saw Mill Campus, 600 Saw Mill Rd,West Haven,CT
February 27 (Wednesday) Fairfield University, Bellarmine Museum,1037 No. Benson Rd, FairfieldCT
The Feb 27 was previosly scheduled for 2/13, but cancelled due to snow.
WHY? Join the Make.Art.Work. program and you'll learn to:
- Strengthen your ability to set and achieve your career goals as an artist
- Increase your business knowledge and entrepreneurial skill set
- Develop a network of peer artists to foster continual career support
WHO should participate?
If you are actively showing and selling art work in pursuit of a professional career as an artist, then
this series could help you take the steps that will get you where you want to go.
7 more workshops in total--each on a topic pertinent to your career development as a visual artist.
Experts will share their knowledge with you--you choose the venue that matches your needs.
Individual workshops: $28 each
Learn more at http://makeartwork.org
University of New Haven . University of Hartford . Fairfield University
Make.Art.Work. is brought to you by The Arts Council of Greater New Haven, Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County and Greater Hartford Arts Council, with the support of the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation.