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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Business of Art Conference: Spring 2009

The Low Down:
Strategies for Artists During the Recession
Date: Saturday, May 16, 9a.m.-4:30p.m.
Registration deadline: Friday, May 8, 5p.m.

The economic crisis is having a large impact on the art world, but what does this mean for individual artists? What can artists do to prepare, survive, and even thrive during a recession? The Spring 2009 Business of Art Conference will look at the recession’s impact on the arts with input from art world professionals,accountants, artists and others.

The Low Down will start with a candid panel discussion about the effects of the current economy on the art world from the perspective of galleries, nonprofits, foundations and city government. An afternoon seminar will provide concrete financial planning advice geared toward the needs of artists. The day will conclude with a panel of artists sharing their experiences and new ideas of how to navigate and redefining the art world.
Complete conference schedule available online.

Location:
Barney Building
Department of Art and Art Professions
New York University Steinhardt School of Education
34 Stuyvesant Street
New York, NY 10003

Cost:
Artist Rate: $95 per artist
NYFA Artist Rate: $50
(This includes all NYFA Fellows and Fiscally Sponsored Artists and Organizations, and Immigrant Artist Mentors and Mentees)
Discounted tickets available for NYU students, staff and faculty.

Registration:
To register on-line please visit http://events.nyfa.org/
Registration deadline: Friday, May 8, 5.pm.
Please contact NYFA if you are having any trouble registering online, and we will take your registration over the phone.

Questions: Contact Jocelyn Elliott at jelliott@nyfa.org or 212 366 6900 x249.

Organized by the New York Foundation for the Arts, the conferences are made possible by a generous grant from the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation and McGraw-Hill. Additional support is provided by the Department of Art and Art Professions, New York University Steinhardt School of Education.

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