Here are a few of the things that have been on CHF’s easel this week:
- NOTHING TO LOSE BUT YOUR CHAINS. In her latest column, Director Elizabeth Hulings urged artists to become the CEOs of their artistic enterprises: “You are not an employee of your gallery or the museum that exhibits your work. You are running a business, and supplying both a service and a product without which the rest of the industry would collapse.”
- INNOVATIVE WORKSHOP PROGRAM TO LAUNCH. This week, we announced the imminent debut of our Business Accelerator Workshops for working artists. The pilot program begins on May 19th, and will offer interactive, customized business training to our 2015 grant recipients and finalists.
- WORKING ARTIST AS INSTRUCTOR. Our latest podcast course featured Charlie Bogusz and LaVonne Ewing of Art Cantina, an online portal that links arts educators with students, and vice versa. Bogusz and Ewing discussed the role that teaching can play in an artist’s career.
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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