It’s that time again! Contracts can be a tricky beast and intimidating for artists and curators, but our lectures will break down the finer details that are important to protecting the artist and their rights. The ‘Best Practices for Professional Development Workshop’ Contract Writing will cover what artists should look for in contracts for exhibitions and gallery representation.
Join OAL experienced artist Julie Abijanac and Legal Advisor Ann Hancock Saturday August 9th from 1- 3 pm at Strongwater (401 W Town St, Columbus, OH 43215) to get some insight on more of the legal aspects and how to read the fine print of exhibition paperwork.
Join Ohio Art League administrative presenters Esther Hall and Julie Abijanac for the fourth workshop of the Symposium Series, “CV/ Resume/ Submissions.” The workshop will differentiate between a resume` and a curriculum vitae (CV) and in which circumstances to use each.
Attendants are encouraged to bring laptops so that they can make updates or start their own Resumes and CVs, as they are appropriate for their goals as an artist with the help of experienced professionals.
The “CV/ Resume/ Submission” Workshop takes place at CCAD in Columbus on Saturday July 12 from 1- 3 in the afternoon.
It’s nearly just as important to properly display and hang your piece of art as the work itself, so discover what it means when submissions ask for ‘ready to hang.’ During this hands on workshop with presenter David Burghy, attendees will learn how to build and make their own frames. Together, the class will learn how different frames can alter artwork, so be sure to bring a piece of your own to be framed!
*Additional fees may occur dependent on presenter’s materials.
The “Ready to Hang/Framing” Workshop takes place this Saturday, June 14, from 1- 4 pm in the CCAD Grant Labs.
Don’t miss the rest of the workshops offered in our Symposium Series, such as CV/Resume / Submissions on July 12th or Artist Contracts on August 9th!
How an artist displays his or her work is nearly as important as the piece itself. One should take pride in the artwork and mount it in a way that delivers a response from the viewer and contours the work’s subject and tonal qualities. Attend the Ohio Art League’s third element in the Professional Workshop series, “Ready to Hang/ Framing” in order to better promote yourself in the gallery or art space.
This workshop takes place Saturday, June 14 from 1- 4 pm in the Columbus College of Art and Design Grant Labs in Downtown Columbus.
During this hands on workshop you will be learning how to build and make your own frame. You will learn how different frames can alter artwork and what it means when submissions ask for ‘ready to hang’. Be sure to bring one of your own works of art so you may frame it along with the class!