Artists in Action: Art World Landscape–Options For Artists and Their Art
Our Artists in Action Monthly series teaches artists and creatives how to tackle the business side of making a living doing what you love. This session answers the question, “How do you find your place in the art world ecosystem?” Famously, artists don’t have clearly defined career paths, like doctors, lawyers, and tradespeople. So, what are your options, how do you get there, where are the available resources to help you find your way?
This webinar will:
- Give you a broad picture of various jobs and roles in the art world
- Help you define your goals as a way to focus your energy on your career
- Identify sometimes little known or understood sources of support for artists
- Leverage your peer group and mentors for guidance and assistance
About the Instructor
Ray Beldner has worked in art education and marketing for the last 20 years with the goal of inspiring people to create, value, and support the visual arts. As an artist, he has exhibited in more than 15 solo shows and over 100 group exhibitions, both nationally and internationally, and his artwork can be found in numerous public and private collections including the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery and the Federal Reserve Board, Washington DC; the Saks Fifth Ave Collection, New York; and the fine arts museums of San Francisco, among many others.
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