Join us for workshops on the business of art taught by those who have mastered the art of business, designed for working artists in all levels of their careers.
|April 30||The Artist as Brand w/ Jessica Burko|
|May 7||The Art of the Review w/ Cate McQuaid|
|May 14||The Law for Artists w/Nick O’Donnell|
|April 30, May 7, and May 14||3-part series (all three Spring 2015 workshops)|
Registration opens April 1.
$25 for each class for non-member
$15 for each class for Danforth Art Professional Artist level members
$65 for the 3-part series for non-members
$45 for the 3-part series for Danforth Art Professional Artist level members
You may also be interested in the Portfolio Review Day, being held on Saturday, April 25, 2015.
For more information, or if you have questions regarding your membership status or benefits, please call the School Office at 508-620-0937.
Become a Professional Artist level member today, and receive your exclusive invitation to join critics, gallerists, bloggers, and fellow artists at an Artist Resource Reception on Thursday, June 11, 2015. Space is limited; invitations will be sent to current Professional Artist level members via Eventbrite on April 15, 2015.
Jessica Burko has been a practicing artist since 1985 and an independent curator and arts marketer since 1997. Her background in arts management includes positions at the George Eastman House Museum of Photography, the Photography Gallery at Rochester Institute of Technology, Robert Klein Gallery, the Cushing-Martin Gallery at Stonehill College, and Boston Handmade. Burko has produced more than thirty exhibitions since 2001 as an independent curator. She assists artists in achieving their creative and professional goals through program and partnerships with organizations such as The Arts and Business Council of Greater Boston and Mass MoCA.
Cate McQuaid has been covering the art, and specifically the gallery scene, in the Boston Globe for nearly 20 years. She also writes for Art New England and Architecture Boston Magazine. When not critiquing or reporting on New England-area art, she is at work on a memoir. As a performer, she works with Playback Rhode Island, a troupe that specializes in theatrical social service.
Nicholas M. O’Donnell is a partner in the Litigation Department of Sullivan & Worcester, LLP. Mr. O’Donnell’s practice focuses primarily on complex civil litigation. He represents manufacturers, individuals, investment advisers, banks, and others around the world in contract, securities, consumer protection, tort and domestic relations cases, with particular experience in the German-speaking world. He is also the editor of the Art Law Report, a blog that provides timely updates and commentary on legal issues in the museum and visual arts communities, one of his areas of expertise.