“Soooo good and inspiring!! Thank you for this amazing program series for artists!!! I feel so grateful to be able to take part and learn! Thank you, thank you, thank you!” ~Make. Art.Work. Artist, 2013
Make.Art.Work. is a career-development program for visual artists in Connecticut. Workshops will empower artists to effectively set and achieve goals through training, mentoring and peer support. Led by experts in their field, workshops are targeted to mid-career artists that are actively selling or exhibiting work, in an effort to increase business knowledge and entrepreneurial skills.
The program will consist of a workshop series run concurrently in three regions of the state. In the first (pilot) year, eight workshops will be presented over six months, January through June 2013. Artists can pick and choose workshops that best meet their interests and needs, or take advantage of special pricing to attend all workshops and enjoy additional benefits.
With support of the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation, Make.Art.Work. is being managed collaboratively by the Arts Council of Greater New Haven, Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County and Greater Hartford Arts Council.
Interested in learning more? Contact Jeannie Thomma, Program Manager at Jeannie@MakeArtWork.org