Wednesday, March 8, 20236 - 7:30PM
Zoom Video Conference
Members $10non-Members $25
Erin O'Neill's personal and civic goals include finding new prospects for artists to sell Art. With experience as a curator, artist, registrar, and in art sales, Erin assists artists in catalyzing best practices and their entrepreneurial focus. He also has a Master of Public Management degree from Carnegie Mellon University and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Arts and Exhibition Management from the University of North Texas's College of Visual Art and Design. Innovation and entrepreneurship were his master's degree focus.
With Art on Walls being a primary program area within the Arts Council, this workshop aims to provide efficient and practical information on how to present and hang your artwork. Erin will also share information about the Art on the Walls program, so local artists are aware of the opportunity to promote and sell their work.
This one-and-a-half-hour session is tailored to all artists who hope to enhance their professional image and stance, explicitly focusing on art and artists' readiness. What does ready to hang mean to museums, arts organizations, and galleries? How valuable is it to be easy to work with? The session will include information on what artists need to know about how to present their Art professionally. This will also give artists more of a professional face, opening the door to more exhibit opportunities. Artists will learn that there are limitless possibilities when displaying and presenting their Art. We will also share details of how the Arts Council's Art on the Walls program works and works hard for artists and clients showing, selling, and buying Art.