Organization of an artist/artisan’s career information is crucially important, just as it is for any business person. This workshop will cover your art’s facts and figures to record, as well as multiple options for how to organize and save that information. Also covered will be the important documents critical to any working artist’s career: resume, applications, and digital images. We’ll cover very simple, easy approaches to organizing your information, as well as more complex systems to track a lifetime’s work. Handouts with examples and details will be offered.
Saturday, January 14th from 2-4 PM
in the Bear Gallery (3rd Floor, AK Centennial Center for the Arts, Pioneer Park, 2300 Airport Rd.)
Cost: $10 for Fairbanks Arts Members / $15 for non-members
About the Instructor:
Elizabeth Eero Irving is a professional studio artist working and living in Fairbanks, Alaska. She earned her BFA in Documentary Photography from Cornish College and an MFA in Multi-media painting from Johnson State College, in conjunction with the Vermont Studio Center. She is a Kreielsheimer Scholar, and is the recipient of a Rasmuson Project Award, and a Connie Boochever Artist Fellowship from the Alaska Arts and Culture Foundation, administered by the Alaska State Council on the Arts. As an independent curator, she creates multi-media themed exhibits to inspire her fellow artists. When not making art, Elizabeth volunteers in feline rescue and tends to a growing herd of orchids.
For questions, contact Fairbanks Arts Visual Arts Coordinator at 456.6485 ext. 224 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Payment can be completed online, in person at the Fairbanks Arts office, Bear Gallery or over the phone.