Tuesday, March 31, 2020
04:00 PM - 06:00 PM
This workshop is a two-hour intensive covering a variety of practical information relating to entrepreneurship for the visual artist. Topics covered in the workshop and discussion will include making a business plan, running an online shop, navigating licensing and contracts, making and selling limited edition prints and working with galleries. The focus will be on professionalism, as well as basic knowledge and skills needed to gain exposure and generate passive streams of income.
About Rachel Rosenkoetter
Rachel Rosenkoetter is a visual artist living in Portland, OR. Born and raised in MO, Rosenkoetter received a BFA in Painting from Missouri State University and her MFA in Visual Studies from Pacific Northwest College of Art. Utilizing painting, collage and installation, her work investigates mysticism and states of being. Revealing symbols and bodies as potent with sacred potential, she harnesses physical forms to speak to metaphysical ecstasy and excess. Rosenkoetter is a founding member of Killjoy Collective, and works as a textile designer at Sock It To Me.
WORKSHOP: Tuesday, March 31st, 4-6pm
LCC Mary Spilde Downtown Center, 101 W 10th Ave, Eugene
Led by Rachel Rosenkoetter
DISCUSSION: Tuesday, April 14th, 4:30-6pm
Maude Kerns Art Center, 1910 E 1th Ave, Eugene
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.
The Professional Practice Workshop Series’ coffee sponsor is Farmer’s Union Coffee Roasters.
Please contact Lane Arts Council at email@example.com or 541-485-2278 with any questions.
This workshop fee is $30 ($100 for full series of four workshops and discussions).
Contact Stacey Ray at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-485-2278 with questions.