Artist Support Services
Artist Support Group
The Artist Support Group is designed to give visual artists the chance to make connections with other artists and receive information, tools, and skill-building opportunities to advance their own artwork and career. Group meetings are free, occur on a Tuesday evening every other month from 6:30 – 8 p.m., and focus on a different topic each session.
2019 Meeting Schedule
September 24: Paper Makes the Difference
Presented by: Joe Domeier, Hahnemühle paper
Most artists use paper at some point – from sketches to final framed artwork. But do you know the history of paper, how it’s made, and the difference between the many types of paper? Looking at the paper options in art supply store can be overwhelming! Join paper Joe Domeier (Hahnemühle Fine Art Paper) as he unpacks the mystery and provides valuable information (and free samples) surrounding paper.
November 12: Protecting your Artwork
Presented by: Laura Kubnick, Conservationist
Advance registration is typically not required but is requested. For more information, to be put on the Artist Support Group e-mail list, or to register for upcoming meetings, please contact Director of Visual Arts Rachel Daly at email@example.com or 952-563-8570.
Although ASG meetings are still currently free, a $5 donation is suggested.
Artistry provides free one-on-one critiques and coaching for visual artists seeking advice on developing a resume/bio, writing an artist statement, presenting images, and other topics relevant to attaining an exhibition at Artistry and other venues.
Visual Arts Director Rachel Daly has more than 20 years of experience working with artists; designing and installing exhibitions; and serving as a panelist, fine art judge, and guest speaker for organizations, art fairs, and colleges/universities throughout the region.
To schedule a time to meet with Rachel, please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Business of Art Classes and Workshops
Artistry provides classes and workshops designed to help practicing artists develop the skills they need to promote and establish themselves in the fast-paced, ever-changing art world. Classes are taught by subject matter experts.