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Your Life, Your Art: Finding a Balance

December 16, 2015 at 07:00:00 PM · Eastern Time (US & Canada) 594 views
About This Webinar

Attend the webinar to identify key strategies to striking a balance between your art and your life. Listen live to the dialogue between artists Andrew Fish and Danielle Festa about ways to blend your artistic career with the rest of your life.

Watch live, type your own questions for us to answer and leave with a worksheet to figure out steps you can take to advance your own art career.

Rather than assuming that your art and life are separate, and to be toggled between, we will examine how an integration of the two opens the possibility for greater creative insights and productivity.

How can you keep working as an artist, even while you’re not in the studio? What are the tools and resources that can help you bridge your daily obligations and your creative pursuits? How can you make your art not just a practice but a way of living? These and other important questions will be answered during the webinar.

Agenda
  • Making a Living as a Contemporary Artist
  • To Compartmentalize or Not
  • Get Your Work Noticed
  • Avoiding Burnout
  • How to Win Grants and Residencies
Categories:
ARTS & CULTURE COACHING EDUCATION & LEARNING HOBBIES & INTERESTS
Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: $5.00
Webinar ID: 43afc99d244c
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter Danielle Festa
Founder of www.CreativeLivingWorks.com, Danielle is an artist, designer, crafter and experienced social media manager. With over five years experience as Director of Communications for an international organization, she brings real-world advice to the table.
Webinar hosting presenter Andrew Fish
Andrew Fish is a Boston-based artist represented by Sloane Merrill Gallery. Fish studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York and has attended several artist residencies. A painter whose tools span oil paints and the iPad, Fish also led technology initiatives in K-12 and Higher Education schools for more than a decade. He has taught a variety of classes and workshops in technology and art and previously worked in the design studio of the Jim Henson Company. Fish exhibits nationally and is the recipient of a 2014 Somerville Arts Council grant, a NY Studio School Award, a Contemporary Arts Center-Woodside Award, and the Curators Choice Award from the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition.
Fish will be teaching "Digital Drawing" at MassArt in spring 2016.
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