A Conference on "The New Normal" for Creative Professionals

Money Matters For Artists From Cash To Creative Capital

While it would be great if artists could just put all their focus on creating art, it unfortunately is not the reality. Artists must also concern themselves with funding and ensuring there is enough financial resources to allow them to survive and prosper.  On  March 11, 2015, the Salmagundi Club presented an interesting art finance panel discussion entitled “Cold Cash, Creative Capital and Other Money Matters of Interest to Arts Professionals”.

The panel discussion was moderated by Pat Gericke, ASID and artist member of SCNY and had a variety of panelists who provided insight from many different angles. The panelists included Robin Antar, Realism In Stone, Inc.; sculptor, SCNY artist member, Alan J. Cohen CFP, Senior Vice President–Wealth Management, UBS Financial Services Inc., Richard Lehun, Stropheus Art Law, specialist in fiduciary responsibility, and Anne Frances Moore, AAA, Anne Frances Moore Fine Art Services, appraiser of fine and decorative art.

This panel was recorded and made available by The Clark Hulings Fund For Visual Artists and presented in partnership with the Salmagundi Club to deliver art business programming online. We’d love to know your thoughts on the panel. Drop us a note on Facebook or Twitter to let us know what you thought!

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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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