Tuesday, February 4, 2020
04:00 PM - 06:00 PM
LCC Mary Spilde Downtown Center
101 W 10th Ave
For visual artists who want to approach new opportunities with better self-promotion, communicating clearly about your work is essential. This workshop and discussion engages spoken and written prompts along with group interaction to increase your ability to make clear, concise statements. We’ll discuss different types of audiences and help each other gain confidence to find the right words.
About Vicki Amorose
Lane Arts Council sponsored Vicki Krohn Amorose’s first writing workshop in 2013, following the publication of her book, Art-Write. Art schools now teach with her book and she recently addressed over 22K artists at the global Fine Artist Summit. Vicki is a member of Gray Space Project and Eugene Contemporary Art, and featured faculty at ArtMBA.com. You can order Art-Write: The Writing Guide for Visual Artists from your local bookstore or here. We highly recommend bringing your copy to the workshop.
WORKSHOP: Tuesday, February 4th, 4-6pm
LCC Mary Spilde Downtown Center, 101 W 10th Ave, Eugene
Led by Vicki Amorose
- Come prepared with one good sentence about your current work.
- Practice with speaking prompts. Introduction of written statement concepts.
- Homework: write a draft artist statement.
DISCUSSION: Tuesday, February 18th, 4:30-6pm
942 Olive St Building, 942 Olive St, Eugene
Facilitated by Vicki Amorose
- Feedback and questions about your artist statements.
- Discuss different types of verbal and written communications.
Part of Professional Practice, Lane Arts Council’s new professional development program for artists and creatives. Participants continually learn together through an ongoing four month series of workshops paired with group discussions.
Workshops will feature presentations from local experts, individual and group work, and assignments to be completed following the workshop. Participants will then come back together two weeks after the workshop for continued group discussion and to debrief completed work.
Presented by Lane Arts Council, and sponsored by City of Eugene Cultural Services,