Here are a few of the things that have been on CHF’s easel this week:
- PAYING TRIBUTE TO A TRAILBLAZER. Natalie Baumgartner, our educational coordinator and a Minneapolis resident, commemorated Prince—not just for his musical talent and creativity, but also for his dedication to artistic freedom and control.
- ARTIST AS CEO. Our latest episode of The Thriving Artists Podcast featured 2015 recipient Vanessa Diaz who discussed the path to becoming a self-sustaining artist, and the bottom-line impact of a successful art project.
- LINKING SUPPLY WITH DEMAND. Rachel Dance, CHF’s partnership coordinator, expressed the frustrations of many middle-class art aficionados who have no idea where to find art that they can afford, and she encouraged artists to figure out better ways of connecting with their potential customers.
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- Warhol and the West: Redefining a Genre—CHF Interviews Seth Hopkins - August 5, 2019
- Our 2019 Accelerator Fellows Are Learning to Thrive - July 23, 2019
- Building and Managing an Art Collection—CHF Interviews Megan Fox Kelly - June 26, 2019
- Balancing the Demands of Being a Working Artist—Deb Slowey - June 13, 2019
- CHF Responds to The New York Times - June 2, 2019
- The Key Role of Artists in Transforming Our Communities—W.C. Richardson - May 6, 2019
- DC Area Artists Get Down to Business - April 5, 2019
- Pairing Art with Buyers—CHF Interviews Joyce Creiger - April 12, 2019
- A Weekend of Art-Business Education and Inspiration - March 26, 2019
- Creating and Disseminating Public Art Internationally—CHF Interviews Nina Colosi - March 25, 2019