Are you surviving or thriving as a visual artist? Have you been spending too much time exposed to turpentine and not to the general public? Are you ready for your first…or 21st show? Have you been cultivating relationships with the media? Are you curious about grants?
On Saturday, October 30th, the Cambridge Center for Adult Education hosts a conference for visual artists featuring a keynote address by Susan Hartnett, current director of Boston’s Office of Arts & Cultural Development.
The day-long conference will consist of a series of panels and workshops allowing participants to talk directly with a diverse group of authorities – including curators, reporters, grantmakers, and other visual artists – discussing everything from recent trends in art to creating a personal website.
Participants will also have the opportunity to address specific questions and concerns during “10 Minute Dates” – a one-on-one session featuring a variety of arts professionals from organizations such as the Fuller Craft Museum, the Mills Gallery at the BCA, and the Massachusetts Cultural Council.