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Career Development

Panels which focus on career development
advice for visual artists

11/3/95*
"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;
painters
Rebecca Purdum,
Alexis Rockman,
Elizabeth Murray,
Joseph DiGiorgio,
Dorothy Gillespie;
sculptor
David Slivka.

1/17/97
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.

1/30/98
CAREER NIGHT
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.

2/16/98
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.

5/7/99
CAREER NIGHT
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;
artists:
Donna Cameron;
Joan Giordano;
Donna Marxer, Executive Director of Artists Talk On Art;
Judith Uehling.

11/10/2000
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

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