Free, supportive peer networking: reach a wider audience & sell more art.
Jan 21st, 2pm EST.

ARTIST DOT COM (Your Domain Name Matters More Than You Think) with Ray King & Daniel DiGriz Feb 1st, 2pm EST 

Your gift supports the legacy of Clark Hulings, and provides working artists with the tools to succeed as he did.

Journey through the brushstrokes and around the world in the short video Clark Hulings—Working Artist.

Elizabeth Corkery

Elizabeth Corkery - 2015 Grant Recipient
Accelerator Fellow (2015-2016)

A native of Sydney, Australia, Elizabeth Corkery has a background in printmaking, but has expanded beyond framed works on paper to spatial transformation and environmental installations. “Ruin Sequence,” the piece that the fund is supporting, is a sculptural and video-based installation that will be presented at Tower Hill Botanic Gardens in Boylston, Massachusetts (October – November 2016). It focuses on the built garden environment, and its complex relationship to the passage of time.

Events: Elizabeth Corkery

2016-2017 Ruin Sequence with Tower Hills Botanic Garden

[To find out more about Elizabeth, listen to our podcast interview.]