- Wednesday January 2, 2013
- 6:00pm - 7:00pm
- Art Center Sarasota 707 N. Tamaimi Tr Sarasota, FL 34236
- Group Hosting:
- Art Center Sarasota
- Lisa Berger
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- Ticket Price:
- $15 per session for members, $95 for the whole series; $20 per session for non-members, $130 for the whole series
Professional Practices with Elizabeth Hillmann & Emma Thurgood Wednesdays, January 2 -March 6, 2013; 6 pm – 7pm $15 per session for members, $95 for the whole series; $20 per session for non-members, $130 for the whole series Start your new year with a new plan for your art career! Ten mini-workshops to improve your professional business skills as an artist. Workshops will be led by Elizabeth Hillmann, ACS Education Coordinator and Emma Thurgood, ACS Exhibitions Coordinator. For complete description of sessions visit: www.artsarasota.org/professionalpractices Session 1: Creating your Artist’s Package I Session 2: Creating your Artist’s Package II Session 3: Building a Portfolio Session 4: Defining Yourself as an Artist I Session 5: Defining Yourself as an Artist II Session 6: Opportunities and Organizations Session 7: Approaching Galleries Session 8: Contracts, Licensing, and Copyrights Session 9: Writing Proposals and Finding Funding Session 10: Portfolio Review
Imagine School principal cleared of wrongdoing
The State Attorney’s Office has decided not to file charges against Selenia Quinones, the Imagine School at Lakewood Ranch principal accused of failing to report child abuse.
VIDEO: McCurdy's plans move to downtown Sarasota
McCurdy's Comedy Theatre will open next year at the site formerly occupied by Shaner's Pizzeria.
Lido residents strategize to rally support for beach project
At a meeting with the Army Corps of Engineers today, Lido Key residents discussed how to communicate their support for a proposed Lido Beach renourishment project.
PHOTO GALLERY: Republican Women's Club of Sarasota Holiday luncheon
The Republican Women's Club of Sarasota held its annual holiday luncheon, Friday, Dec. 6. Members were asked to bring gifts for the Children's Guardian Fund.