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Schedule Of Events


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DAY 1

Alyssa Monks - Fine Artist

November 22, Friday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Facing the inner critic & becoming a professional

In this session, we're going to learn how to stay motivated. How to stop the self critic from sabotaging progress, and the difference between process versus product.


Gigi Rosenberg - Author of The Artist's Guide to Grant Writing

November 22, Friday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

How to talk about your work & win art grants

In this session we are going to dive in into what does it take to win grants, how of find them and how to successfully secure them, and also how to speak about your artwork, how to have conversations, whether it is with your neighbor or with the museum curator about who you are and what you do.


Ryan Stanier - Founder of The Other Art Fair

November 22, Friday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

How to get discovered - and rise to the occasion

In this session, Ryan will share what he is looking for when scouting for new talent around the world, and the one thing that can make an otherwise promising artist be the wrong fit to work with, he will explain his thoughts on how the artworld dynamics are changing today, and what you can do as an artist to increase your odds of success - while enjoying the journey


Stephen Bauman - Fine Artist

November 22, Friday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Facing the artist journey with positivity

In this session, stephen will share how he developed confidence in his own artwork, the importance of appreciating the work of peers artists you meet on your journey and letting them know, and strategies to achieve consistent income by having different levels of pricing that makes your work affordable to different circles in your audience, and how online teaching can enable you to work with people from around the world without the cost of traditional workshops, and how his mindset of positivity has been key to help him move forward.


Clint Watson - Founder of FASO.com

November 22, Friday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Level up your artist website

In this session we're going to learn what mistakes to avoid in your artist website, the best way to keep in touch with your collectors and fans, and easy ways to improve your existing site.

DAY 2

David Kassan - Fine Artist

November 23, Saturday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Making An Impact As An Artist

In this session, David shares his thoughts on navigating uncertainty as an artist and making an impact. Some of the topics we discuss include how he got his first galley contract before even finishing art school, how he has used innovation to create a deferred income, his thoughts about his massive online following, and the most important thing that an artist about to get started in the art world should keep in mind.


Vicki Krohn Amorose - Author of Art-Write

November 23, Saturday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

How to write about your art & your show press release

In this session, Vicki will teach you first how to write (or re-write!) your artist statement from start to finish, and the difference between your statement, your bio, and you cv. Second we will go through the steps of writing a press release to get visibility for your show.


Heather Bhandari - Curator and author of ART/WORK

November 23, Saturday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Showing your art in galleries and alternative spaces

In this session, Heather will share her thoughts on the right and wrong way to think about getting gallery representation, common misconceptions about the art world, alternative avenues that you should seriously consider, and the role of generosity in a long term artist's career.


Li Chevalier - Fine Artist

November 23, Saturday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

International mindset: from galleries to museums

In this session, Li with share the importance of being represented by someone else, like an assistant or agent, to talk about you before you personally meet the curators. She will share the behind-the-scenes conversations that take place before you get to show your artwork in museums. She will highlight the importance to applying to free and open international competitions. Lastly, her advice on building a world class art network, the role that social media plays in it, and a few parting words of advice to women artists.


Dennis Osadebe - Fine Artist

November 23, Saturday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

How to become an international artist from the start

In this session, Dennis will share how he jumped from South Africa to New York by applying to art fairs, and how this milestone allowed him to then expand globally. He will also share the demons that come with being an artist, and the danger of getting obsessed with other artists instead of focusing on your own work.


Sophie Lucas, Fair Director at The Other Art Fair Brooklyn & Chicago
Jessica Chow, Senior Fair Manager of The Other Art Fair UK

November 23, Saturday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Art Fair Advice for Artists

In this session recorded from NY in the morning, London in the afternoon, and Tokyo at night, Art Fair directors Sophie Lucas & Jessica Chow will show the importance of having a consistent image when applying to an art fair, not just in your portfolio but everywhere. The list of tips ranges from the risk of making assumptions when speaking with people in an art fair, how to make it easier for art fair visitors to buy your work, and how to make the most of bigger opportunities like working with sponsors and brands that meet you at the art fair.

DAY 3

Colin Davidson - Fine Artist

November 24, Sunday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Staying grounded and true to your work.

In this inspiring session, you will learn how Colin transitioned from a successful graphic design practice to being a full time painter, how following his curiosity led to his widely acclaimed celebrity portraits, and how despite the fame he has kept himself grounded and focused on what really matters.


Elaine Luttrull - Founder at Minerva Financial Arts

November 24, Sunday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Portfolio career for artists & How to price your work

In this session, Elaine shares her framework of the portfolio career for artists, showing how your income sources change as you move through your art career, and you should not expect it to be a straight line, she shares her model for pricing your artwork, and the mindset of taking little steps of change, because your artist journey will probably cover your entire lifetime.


Elizabeth Garvey - Private Art Dealer

November 24, Sunday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Auction Houses and Private Dealers

In this session, Liz will share how you can get an advocate to do most of the networking for you, how the art world is very intimidating to most new collectors, how to find out which are reputable places to show your work, why you should visit the major auction houses, how to use online alerts to know what people are saying about you, and the easiest way to get your work into a museum.


Nancy Hillis - Author of The Artist's Journey

November 24, Sunday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Creating your deepest and most authentic art

In this session, Nancy will guide you to create your deepest and most authentic art through her signature approach which combines creativity and psychiatry. We discuss how to face the white canvas when you feel doubt, we will explain the zero to one concept, and we will address the most important habit you need to develop to be a prolific artist.


Ali Cavanaugh - Fine Artist

November 24, Sunday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

How to be featured in art magazines

In this session you will learn how to get your artwork featured in art magazines - and a lot more. From how Ali restructured her studio practice to raise a family, to how she managed to get a book about her artwork published, to how to nurture your relationship with your work so that it stays true to you as you evolve.

DAY 4

Juan Garaizabal - Monumental Public Sculptor

November 25, Monday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Mass media for professional artists done right

In this session, Juan shares why the art world is like a love seduction, where you approach indirectly instead of forcing others to fall in love with you, and why it is also like war, where you need to give it your all and even then success is not guaranteed. Beyond effective approaches for working with journalists, you will learn how a mindset of asking where can you add value, changes everything when creating opportunities for your art career.


Rosalind Davis - Fine Artist & Author

November 25, Monday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Organizing a self-curated group show

In this session, artist and author of "What They Didn't Teach You In Art School" Rosalind Davids shares how you can organize and curate your own show without needing a gallery's permission by collaborating with others artists that you look up to, increasing your visibility, contacts and opportunities in the process.


Eliza Roberts - Executive Director at ResArtis.org

November 25, Monday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Artist Residencies: how to research, apply & benefit

In this session Eliza will share the different kind of artist residencies that exist, how you can find the right one for you, and how they are not just a way to grow your career but grow yourself as a person - while exploring the world.


Hannah Cole - Tax Expert & Working Artist

November 25, Monday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Getting you art finances under control

In this session, Hannah will share how hiring an accountant can actually save you money, low hanging fruit to lower your taxes as an artist, and empowering recommendations for your long term financial future.


Miriam Escofet - Fine Artist

November 25, Monday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

What it takes to win a prestigious prize

In this session, Miriam will share how winning the prize changed her artist career with an abundance of opportunities, and challenges that come with it. She will share how what may look like an overnight success was actually decades in making, and her recommendations for having a long term sustainable artist journey.

DAY 5

Olivia Kemp - Fine Artist

November 26, Tuesday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

The First Five Years After Art School

In this session, Olivia will share how to transfer online opportunities from social media into offline opportunities. She will explain her simple system for juggling social media, email, and making artwork. She will share her creative approach to get your first exposure with mass media by partnering with film students, pitfalls to avoid when picking a gallery to show your work, and why it is important to invite key people to your studio for some cake and tea.


Dina Brodsky - Fine Artist

November 26, Tuesday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Instagram For Your Artist Career

In this session, you will learn how artist and social media influencer Dina Brodsky recommends you use social media to connect with other artists and opportunities the right way, how to grow your following, and her philosophy to just keep knocking on doors, because eventually something will open.


Eri Takane - Curator & Project Manager at Google Arts & Culture

November 26, Tuesday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Advance your career with an international artist manager

In this session, Eri will share her perspective on getting exposure in China, Japan, and America and the differences between these markets. She will explain how your network is crucial, the importance of face to face interaction, and and of having a studio to show your work. We will explore how can an artist manager can help you, how does a relationship with one start, and different ways of working with them. And stay tuned for powerful tactical tips - such as looking at an artist's bio to get hints on the path they took to help illuminate your own.


Francis Giacco - Fine Artist

November 26, Tuesday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Starting your art career winning a national prize

In this session, Francis shares the importance of learning technique to express your art, the luck factor in how different decades bring different opportunities, and shares his journey from the perspective of an established artist.


Kathleen Dunphy - Plein Air Painter

November 26, Tuesday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Growing Your Art Community While Living In The Countryside

In this session, Kathleen will share how she become an artist a second career, explaining the daily routine she has developed over time as a plein air painter. She will talk about the importance of always raising your standard, and what to remember in times where you just cannot seem to get your art-making sessions to unfold as would like. She shows us her beautiful studio in the midst of nature, and how she built and then nurtured her art network despite living in the countryside.

DAY 6

Loribelle Spirovski - Fine Artist

November 27, Wednesday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Working Hard & Taking Risks

In this session, Loribelle explains how she did not plan to not be a professional artist, the story behind her first artwork sales, her first prize competition, and how she accelerated her artist career through hard work, taking risks and saying yes to all opportunities that arised. Now with a strong social media audience, Loribelle will share the steps she took to get build her audience, and the questions she asks herself to continue growing as an artist.


Jason Horejs - Author Of The Fine Artist's Guide to Getting Into Galleries and Selling More Art

November 27, Wednesday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

How to sell your art and get gallery representation

In this session we're going to learn how sales is not some dark magic, but a specific kind of conversation, one you can master as an artist. We're also going to discover the step-by-step strategy that Jason recommends to get gallery represented.


Drew Struzan - Artist & Illustrator

November 27, Wednesday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Master your craft and knock on doors

In this session, iconic artist Drew Struzan shares how he started literally as a starving artist, how he broke into the music industry making music covers, and how he ended up as Hollywood's #1 poster artist. His motto to pursue peace, pursue kindness, comes across in this session.


Lynn Guo - Artist & Co-founder of The International Arts & Culture Group

November 27, Wednesday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

The Artist as Entrepreneur

In this session, Lynn shares how artists and entrepreneurs are both creators, how she decided to give herself permission to create not just in her artwork but in her life, and how one opportunity to teach a workshop planted the seed to launch The International Arts & Culture Group, in six months going from not having run a workshop before, to hiring 12 artists to help run the workshops.


Glenn Vilppu - Fine Artist & Art Instructor

November 27, Wednesday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Turning teaching into your art

In this session, Glenn shares how everything he does comes from studying the old masters, how he started by working at night so that he could draw during the day, and his focus on the fundamentals. Ultimately, Glenn explains how he has ignored fashion his whole career to follow his own course, making his passion for teaching become his calling.

DAY 7

Kristjana Williams - Fine Artist

November 28, Thursday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

How multiply the reach & income of every artwork

In this session, Kristjana will share how you can scale the reach and income of every piece of artwork you produce beyond the first sale, she will inspire you to see opportunities to show your work around you as you move through your city, and she will explain how she used art fairs to create opportunities for major collaborations.


Maria Brophy - Art Agent & Author "Art, Money & Success"

November 28, Thursday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Find your audience & fill your show with buyers

In this session, Maria will explain how to find your audience and go where those people are, even if you make abstract art. She will share how to start your first do-it-yourself show in only three months, how to get the right people to attend by naming it exactly right, and how to partner with charities in a way that benefits both you and them. She will also share how to know that you are ready to work with an artist agent - and the one question you need to ask yourself whenever you face a challenge in the business side of your art.


Scott Breton - Fine Artist

November 28, Thursday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Productivity in the studio

In this session, Scott will share advice on productivity and prolificness as an artist. From the need to figure out the ideal work or arena you want to play in, to making sure that there is a certain amount of time every day or week that you play there, to the importance of knowing what you can and cannot control. He will also share practical tips to set up your studio space so that you can increase the odds of having a good art-making session.


Wright Harvey - Founder of Sugarlift Gallery

November 28, Thursday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Setting goals for a sustainable artist journey

In this session, Wright will share the importance of knowing what success means to you as an artist, and drafting a plan to make sure you are moving in the right direction for you. He will also share tips on building your brand to get commissions from organizations, and tactical mistakes to avoid that could hurt your artist career.


Paul Dorrell - Gallery Owner & Author of "Living the Artist's Life"

November 28, Thursday - at 09:00 am New York Time (EST), available for 24 hours

Portfolio development & partnering beyond galleries

In this session, Paul will share his tips for crafting an artist portfolio that makes your work shine in the best light, how to know when you are ready to show your work, his strategies for partnering with architects and interior designers, and his thoughts on drugs, depression and success in the artist journey.

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