Was your artist statement written in a rush to meet an application deadline, and hasn’t been updated since? Or something you settled for after hours agonizing over the keyboard and a thesaurus — an artist statement that makes a thud instead of, well, a statement?
Nothing tells the story of your art better than the art itself. But your website, CV, and countless applications all require you to translate your visual statements into words and make a powerful first impression — sometimes even before the reader looks at your art. That’s always a challenge.
To help you conquer it once and for all, The Art League and writing coach David Hazard present a free workshop:
Art*iculation with David Hazard
Saturday, March 22, 2014
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Hazard is a professional writing coach and publishing consultant who has worked with artists for more than 25 years, helping them to communicate more effectively. This workshop is free to Art League members.
This is a workshop we’ve presented a few times before, and we keep bringing it back because our members find it helpful. But space is limited, so please register online here or by calling 703-683-1780. And we’ll see you March 22!