Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Hooking Up: Fleeting Encounters in the DC Art World

Artist Speaker Series on Thursday, February 19, 2009, at 7:00pm at Hamiltonian Gallery.

Talk will feature DC artist and art advocate Sondra Arkin.

"Understanding the dynamics of the art world will help an artist gain exposure and recognition. Staying on top of awards, exhibitions, galleries, curators, collectors, grants, and residencies, while balancing networking and creating, is an exercise in discipline. What are some of the best resources to stay hooked into the art world? What are some of the best methods for hooking up with opportunities? How can you strike the right balance?"

The Artist Speaker Series is a succession of lectures given by established artists and art professionals to aid in the artistic and entrepreneurial development of our So-Hamiltonian Fellows and other emerging artists.

Please RSVP to Email Jackie.

Application process for the 2009 Hamiltonian Emerging Artists Fellowship Program is closing February 28, 2009. Please refer to website for information on the application packages.

Hamiltonian Artists is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing professional development opportunities for creative artists in their early careers. Hamiltonian Artists offers a competitive two-year fellowship program to new, innovative visual artists in all media through an annual competition. Artists from around the nation are encouraged to apply.

Hamiltonian Artists
1353 U Street, NW
Washington DC, 20009

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