Event TitleArt Business Night School: Building Your Artist Website / Seattle
10/15/2019 6:00 PM
11/19/2019 8:00 PM
Wa Na Wari
911 24th Ave
Seattle WA 98122
ABOUT ART BUSINESS NIGHT SCHOOL
Art Business Night School is a suite of topic-based workshops to be completed as a series.
ABOUT THIS ART BUSINESS NIGHT SCHOOL
In this hands-on, interactive class, Artist Trust Program Manager Lydia Boss will guide you through the steps to create your artist website from scratch. You’ll learn how to design and personalize your website using WIX and understand best practices for organizing and presenting your content. You’ll leave this six-week class with a finished website and with the confidence to continue evolving your web presence. You can find Lydia’s work and website here.
- A finished website to represent you as an artist
- Development of your personal brand and creative identity
- Understanding of 3rd party apps
- Strategies and best practices for maintaining your website
This workshop was excellent. The content was extremely helpful. I learned a lot and now feel confident to continue building my own website. — Participant from Artist Trust’s last website building program
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Lydia Boss is an interdisciplinary artist whose work investigates themes of identity, time, and nature through a feminist, millennial lens. While utilizing a variety of materials including glass, metal, paper, and photographs, surfaces and experiences are manipulated through her works. Much of Boss’ work engages with the seen and the unseen, often exploring landscapes that are both physical and metaphorical.
She graduated with a BFA from Bowling Green State University in 2012 and has studied at the International Glass School in Novy Bor, Czech Republic and Pilchuck Glass School. Boss has been a resident artist at The Museum of Glass and Pilchuck Glass School and is the recent recipient of the John and Mary Shirley Scholarship award from Pratt Fine Arts Center. Boss has exhibited her work internationally and has a diverse professional background in the arts rooted in teaching, curating, creative programming. Boss lives and works in Seattle, Washington
Access to the first floor of the house (where the workshop takes place) requires going up a short driveway and seven steps with a handrail. The bathroom is on the second floor of the house, up one flight of stairs, with a handrail. We are exploring options for increasing accessibility at Wa Na Wari.
REFUNDS & CANCELLATIONS
Artist Trust reserves the right to cancel any program. If cancelled, a full refund will be applied. A full refund can also be received if requested 7 days before the event. Please contact the Program Coordinator if you have any questions regarding specific content of the workshop.
Partial need-based, Filipinx, and Latinx scholarships available by request.
Email Program Coordinator Zach Frimmel for questions about member codes, scholarship inquiries, accessibility, or workshop details.