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May 2015 newsletter

 

Welcome to summer! I hope everyone had a lovely Memorial Day. May has been full of ups and downs for The Clark Hulings Fund (par for the course for a start-up organization). We were privileged to record another stellar event at The Salmagundi Club, this one concerning art collecting today. We were hoping to offer the event as a web simulcast, but didn’t quite manage it – Next time! The discussion was engaging and informative and I recommend you view the edited video, which should be in the near future. We will notify you when it’s posted.

Next month we’ll offer our first audio podcast interviews. This will be an ongoing series focusing on specific aspects of the business of art. Artists will discuss their experiences and the events and activities that help them manage their careers and day-to-day business affairs. Experts in the financial, legal, marketing and other areas of the industry will share their knowledge and recommendations. We’re look forward to offering these interviews and to continuing to expand our programming in additional ways as well.  We have more updates in our May newsletter so to find out more, click on the image or click here.

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Thanks as always for your enthusiasm and support. It makes all the difference.
Best regards,

Elizabeth Hulings
Director, The Clark Hulings Fund

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AvatarElizabeth Hulings
Elizabeth Hulings is the Executive Director of the Clark Hulings Fund for Visual Artists, and a principal of the business-strategy consulting firm Counterpoise, where she has worked with startups, nonprofits large and small, multi-national corporations, and sole proprietors--including artists of all stripes. Before launching Counterpoise in 2001, Elizabeth lived through five Fortune-500 mergers at the predecessors of Citigroup, Cendant, and Verizon Communications. She also honed her skills at several nonprofit organizations including the International Development Exchange, The Management Center/Opportunity Knocks, and Human Rights Watch.

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