Navigating the New Landscape to Exhibit Your Work

The landscape of opportunities for artists to become visible to their audience is changing. Many artists, designers and makers are recreating the space where they present their work to the public. The rise of pop-up events, open studios, and  private tours, on top of traditional avenues from galleries, brings new challenges.

At the Art Intersects workshop series, we identified many question that have risen for artists, when approaching an exhibit.  The Exhibiting Artist and Maker  event is an opportunity to learn tips  from an “insiders perspective”: from curators, gallerists, and exhibitors on maximizing the exhibit and show experience.  We’ll address top concerns: from choosing the right venue,  pricing the work and implementing strategies to create a successful event. We’ll hear from the following panelists:

✦ Tiffany Burnette, Designer  at Designhype,
http://www.designhypeinc.com

✦ Florence and Kris, Founders at Deep Tanks Gallery,
http://deeptanks.com

✦ Larry Ossei-Mensah, Independent Curator/Co-Founder – MEDIUM Group,
http://wearemedium.com

✦ Mitsu Hadeishi, Curator of synthetic zero at Bronx Art Space
http://www.syntheticzero.com

Moderated by:

✦ Sean Paul Gallegos, Interdisciplinary Artist, http://www.seanpaulgallegos.com/

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Art Intersects -is a professional development workshop series produced by Live With Design for Staten Island Arts that addresses practical concerns around making a living from your art, both services and products. The series provides a unique networking opportunity to creative entrepreneurs on Staten Island, NY.