|Nov 2, 2013||Past Events and Venues on the Book Tour included:
Salina Arts Center; Curb Center for Art, Enterprise and Public Policy; Seed Space; Cannonball at Locust Projects; University of Florida, Gainesville; Columbia College; University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign; School of the Art Institute of Chicago; Bad at Sports at the Pulse Art Fair in Miami Beach; at the Art Basel Miami Beach Art Fair as a part of their Salon Programming; and an all day-symposium at ICP Bard MFA program in New York, among many other stops.
The "Living and Sustaining a Creative Life" book tour officially started on November 2 and will continue through 2015. This calendar is ever changing. Please note that not all venues are listed here. Check back periodically for additional venues. To schedule a stop on the book tour, email us at email@example.com.
| Recent Press includes a great overview of the book: http://hyperallergic.com/94192/how-do-working-ar
|Dec 14, 2013
|Building a New Artworld: Rethinking Conventional Practices
A One-Day Symposium addressing fundamental issues in sustaining a creative life today. Organized and hosted by the ICP-BARD MFA Program.
1114 6th Ave at 43rd Street, New York, NY
t: (305) 495 7383
|Dec 19, 2013
|WEBINAR: VISUAL ARTS ROUND TABLE, WITH SHARON LOUDEN
The Visual Arts Round Table webinar will consist of a live 90-minute conversation between artist and author Sharon Louden, and visual artist/gallerist Matthew Deleget. The interview will cover all aspects of the relationship between visual artists and gallerists, including identifying new artists, web sites and online portfolios, conducting studio visits, the process of criticism/curation, current trends in the art market, and more. Participating artists will have the opportunity to ask questions at the end of the webinar.
|Creative Capital On-Line Learning Program
|Jan 7, 2014
with book signing 7:30-8:30pm
|Book Event and Opening Reception
Opening Reception of solo exhibition and book signing event of "Living and Sustaining a Creative Life" with back cover contributor Michael Straus.
|Beta Pictoris Maus Contemporary Art
in conjunction with Church Street Coffee and Books; Birmingham, AL
t: (205) 413-2999
|Jan 16, 2014
|Book event: panel discussion and signing
Come to hear a panel discussion about "Living and Sustaining a Creative Life" with editor Sharon Louden, Edward Winkleman, Werner Kramarsky and Michelle Grabner. There will be an opportunity for asking questions and participating in the dialogue as well as a book signing afterwards. This is a part of 92nd Street Y's Daytime Talks Series.
|92nd Street Y
New York, NY
t: (212) 415-5500