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Avenue for the Arts to host professional development workshop

Avenue for the Arts will host its second professional development day on September 5, with conversation facilitated by Kevin Buist and Lisa Ambrose.
The Market, presented by Avenue for the Arts

The Market, presented by Avenue for the Arts /Courtesy of Avenue for the Arts

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When and where

Break it Down, Make it Better will take place at 307 South Division on September 5, beginning at 5:30.

Tom Duimstra, former panelist for Break it Down, Make it Better

Tom Duimstra, former panelist for Break it Down, Make it Better /Courtesy of Avenue for the Arts

Break it Down, Make it Better

Break it Down, Make it Better /Courtesy of Avenue for the Arts

Break it Down, Make it Better will take place at 307 South Division on September 5, beginning at 5:30. Free to Avenue for the Arts members and Artprize 2014 Venue representatives, online registration opened August 1. The public is invited to attend, the non-member fee is $35. Space is limited and it is highly recommended that attendees register in advance by visiting the website.

Join us for Break it Down, Make it Better, a conversation for artists, curators and venue coordinators. Pick up tips on professionally presenting artwork, and learn to set appropriate expectations for your venue or artists. We will explore the tools to design a great looking art show, the importance of artist and curator communications, and best practices for artists, curators and sites.

The conversation will be facilitated by Kevin Buist, featuring curator Chris Protas, and artist Lisa Ambrose.

To follow the conversation on Twitter connect to the Avenue for the Arts (@Ave4theArts) and ArtPrize (@ArtPrize) on Twitter #breakitdown. To find out more about the event or Avenue for the Arts, email us at [email protected].

Break it Down, Make it Better is a collaboration between ArtPrize and Avenue for the Arts support staff, housed at Dwelling Place. The Avenue for the Arts and ArtPrize are partnering to engage speakers, artists, curators and documenters in an ongoing dialogue about the making of an art show.

Dwelling Place’s Neighborhood Revitalization Department works to promote economic development in the Heartside area. Working to enhance not only the physical appearance of the commercial district, Dwelling Place works to promote the commercial district's assets to customers, investors, businesses, visitors and citizens. The Neighborhood Revitalization Department builds upon the existing economic base, promoting new business development.

ArtPrize® is a radically open, independently organized international art competition and a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. ArtPrize provides a platform for anyone over the age of 18 to be an artist, any space within the ArtPrize district to be a venue, and anyone who loves art to get involved.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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