Lane Arts Council Artist Workshops
KindTree-Autism Rocks received funding to pay for artists to attend the following workshops. If interested please contact Molly Elliott at MElliott@kindtree.org The workshops are held in the Maurie Jacobs Community Room at the Hult Center for the Performing Arts.. For more information please visit Lane Arts Council at http://lanearts.org/workshops/ To register email KindTree-Autism Rocks at email@example.com Please included your home address, phone number and email.
THRIVE: MAKE A LIVING AND A LIFE AS AN ARTIST-Tuesday, February 19th, 2019, 4-6pm
Explore strategies and pathways to income and turn your determination, vision, and hard-won skill into a thriving creative life and livelihood. Presented by Patricia Morrison, creative career coach and founder of Inner Fire, Outer Light. Explore strategies and pathways to income, and create a personalized plan to:
Cultivating Community through Events-Wednesday, March 13, 2019, 04:00 PM – 06:00 PM
There is no better way to build bridges and cultivate community than through the shared experience of the arts. Join artists and creative professionals in this workshop to explore the “nuts and bolts” of producing cultural events from vision, logistics, partners, permitting, and funding. Together we will delve into various modes of participation in arts consumption, how to be intentional about place and layers of engagement, expand your network(s) of partners, de-mystify the City of Eugene’s permitting process for public spaces, and review a plethora of funding opportunities that are available for groups and individuals looking to produce cultural events and happenings for the community.
MAKING YOUR OWN WAY: STRATEGIES FOR BUILDING VISIBILITY-
Tuesday, April 16, 2019, 04:00 PM – 06:00 PM
How do you create visibility for yourself and your practice as an independent artist? This can feel like a challenge if you lack access to consistently available resources and exhibition space. In this workshop, a panel of working artists will share their strategies and experiences for building support, expanding their audiences, and growing their networks. Panelists reflect a diversity of individual approaches and are artists working across a range of mediums, from street art and installation to painting, sculpture and multimedia.
Discover ways to expand your online presence, increase income possibilities, and integrate practices to build visibility and self-promotion into your everyday artistic life. This workshop will get you thinking about how to leverage your own resources and connections to create opportunities for yourself locally and beyond.