Panels which focus on career development
advice for visual artists
"WHAT DOES AGE HAVE TO DO WITH IT?"
Successful artists from 30 to 80 share insights about
age and its effect on careers.
Donna Marxer, moderator, artist;
FROM GALLERIES TO SALONS
The New Wave?
Bicoastal dealer Molly Barnes, moderator,
creator of the Roger Smith Hotel salon;
artist-dealer Ellen Peckham;
Tom Delavan, Director, Gramercy Art Fair;
Donna Marxer, artist, on the open studio as salon.
Is your art career in the doldrums?
Hear four experts tell (almost) all.
A talk between Dan Concholar, Director, Art Information Center;
Caroll Michels, career coach and
author of How to Survive and Prosper as an Artist;
Dean Andrews, artist and career coach;
Donna Marxer, artist and Executive Director, ATOA.
THROWING YOUR OWN SHOW
Put off by the exhibition establishment?
Put off by vanity galleries?
A group of experts tell how to put together your own exhibit.
Steven Harvey, moderator, independent curator;
Nadini Richardson, Director,
Organization of Independent Artists,
supporting artist-curated exhibitions for 21 years;
Matthew Snow, co-organizer of the successful
41 Union Square annual open studios;
Elyse Taylor, an artist who conducts her own career.
A leading expert in the career counseling field
leads a panel of artists who, having taken good advice
to advance their careers, have learned to give it.
Renee Phillips, moderator,
Editor-in-Chief, Manhattan Arts International magazine;
author, New York Contemporary Art Galleries, 1999 Edition,
and Presentation Power Tools for Fine Artists, 1998;
Donna Marxer, Executive Director of Artists Talk On Art;
Strategies For Survival -
Artists Who Live off Their Work
The artists will talk about how they have done the
seemingly impossible - sell enough art work to
support themselves and NOT have a day job.
Liz Quisgard, artist
Sharon Louden, artist
Roy Kortik, artist
organized by Barbara Lubliner & Elizabeth Riley