Early Registration (by 10/10/14): Artist Trust Members: $100; Non-Artist Trust Members: $120
Regular Registration (after 10/10/14): Artist Trust Members: $125; Non-Artist Trust Members: $145
Latino/a artists can receive a $50 scholarship from Artist Trust’s Latino/a Scholarship Fund for Professional Development upon completing the workshop.
Please contact Artist Trust for needs-based tuition assistance options.
Includes all activities, handouts, 12 hours of class time & guest speakers. Lunch is not included. No refunds after registration.
Saturday & Sunday, October 25 & 26, 2014; 9am-4pm both days
Say “I Am An Artist!” and jumpstart or refresh your arts career! This two-day interactive workshop for artists of all disciplines includes:
• Work Samples That Look Great
• Writing a Killer Artist Statement, Resume & Cover Letter
• Finding & Pursing Funding, Showing, & Performing Opportunities
• Online Promoting & Marketing
• Learn from Successful Artists: Q&A
• Feedback from Your Peers
• Rock Your Elevator Speech
Instructor: Barbara Noonan
Artist Panel: TBD
There will also be an Artist Happy Hour—free for “I Am An Artist” participants!
Barbara Noonan is a full time professional Visual Artist and Teacher with an active studio/gallery space in Pioneer Square. As a former Human Resources Director she incorporates her art and business knowledge in her workshops focusing on tools for identifying accomplishments. Barbara has been awarded Signature Member Status in two Pastel Societies, has served as an exhibition juror, a gallery manager for the Women Painters of Washington, and curated group exhibitions in Seattle. Her series of paintings entitled “Distillations” was featured in The Pastel Journal, February 2013. High upon her list of accomplishments is being an EDGE Graduate of Artist Trust Professional Business Development Program in 2012.
All Disciplines, Artists with Disabilities, Arts-Related, Craft, Dance, Design, Emerging Fields & Cross-Disciplinary, Film/Media Arts, Folk/Traditional Arts, Literary Arts, Multidisciplinary Arts, Music, Performing Arts, Photography, Public Art, Theater, Visual Arts