Calendar 2017 - 2018
Online Tools for Artists
1pm - 3pm
Learn to use technology as a powerful tool for your art career. You will learn how to effectively research opportunities, build an online portfolio, website or blog, and submit artwork to competitions. Using social networking, you’ll learn how to promote yourself and design your own branding to attract traffic to your website. Personal laptops are required.
Museum and Gallery Visits
Explore New York City’s vibrant art scene. Guided visits to a wide range of art galleries, outdoor installations and museums will provide opportunities for discussion and inspiration. We will visit a different neighborhood each week and cover topics from classic to contemporary.
Fall Session Fridays:
Fridays: 10:30am - 12:30pm.
September 28, October 19, November 9, December 7, January 19
Spring Session Fridays:
Fridays: 10:30am - 12:30pm
February 8, March 8, April 12, May 3
Theory and Professional Practice
11am - 1pm
This class is an intense critique-based course in which a range of theoretical perspectives and diverse ways of thinking, making and talking about art are explored and valued. While the emphasis is on the development of individual studio practice, this course examines essential entrepreneurial skills, from conceptual principles of art making to practical art business and encourages parallel intellectual development in art history and critical theory. The addition of visits to museums, galleries and artist’s studio supplements and adds further dimension and depth.