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*Presented in partnership with Spark Central.
ABOUT THIS PROGRAM:
Artist statements and resumes are hard to write, but they are an important way of explaining who you are as an artist. In this workshop, led by artist and designer Ginelle Hustrulid, you’ll look at examples of successful artist statements and resumes from artists of all disciplines and then revise your own. You’ll leave with solid drafts of a statement and resume to use when applying for grants and residencies and as part of your website or portfolio.
*This workshop is open to artists of all disciplines and is ideal for artists writing or updating their artist statement and resume for their portfolio and website and to apply for grants, residencies, and other opportunities.
Need-based, Filipinx, and Latinx scholarships are available by request. Email Zach Frimmel for any questions regarding scholarships, member codes, or accessibility.
- Artist statement essentials
- When you might need an artist statement
- How to explain your work and creative aspirations in writing
- Which resume categories and sections to include and why
- What gallerists, curators, programmers, and funders look for first on your CV and/or resume
- How to frame your non-art expertise and skills as an asset to your art practice
- Strong artist statement to use for presenting your work
- Sample artist statements, resumes, and CVs to use as references for revising your own
- Ideas and next steps for how to revise your own resume or CV
ABOUT THE VENUE:
The venue for this event is wheelchair accessible.The venue has identified as a non-scent-free space with gendered bathrooms. This event is service dog friendly.
Ginelle Hustrulid is a video and installation artist whose work depicts quiet human exchanges. She is an Assistant Professor in the Visual Communication Design department at Eastern Washington University, holds a BFA in painting from Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland OR, and an MFA in video and intermedia art from Mills College, Oakland, CA. Hustrulid has lived and taught in both NYC and San Francisco, she worked as a set designer for Rob Strauss Studios, designed for x-silk clothing, and co-directed Iceberger Gallery. Her work has been shown/screened nationally and internationally and has won numerous awards including the Jay DeFeo Award in Art; Eklind Fellowship; Festival Award for Video at the SFAI International Film Festival; and the MFA Graduate Fellowship Award for the Headlands Center for the Arts.
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, Non-Profit Orgs.