Artist Education Series, Session 1: “Head and Heart Marketing of Art”
Presented by Wood River Valley Studio Tour and the Sun Valley Center for the Arts
Wood River Valley Studio Tour and the Sun Valley Center for the Arts invite local artists to attend the first in a series of three artist education workshops. Christina Tindle will facilitate “Head and Heart Marketing of Art” on Tuesday, July 9, 5:30- 7 pm, at the Sun Valley Center for the Arts in Ketchum. This workshop will get participants inspired to delve deeper into their creativity, confront myths about art and success, and help bridge the common gap between the creation of art and the business of art.
Christina will cover topics ranging from the different processes involved in being an artist and making a living, embracing an artistic approach to business and marketing, and invisible beliefs that inhibit art and self-promotion. Whether you are a full-time, seasoned artist, or an artist supporting your work with a “regular” day job, this workshop will inspire and energize you, and help you identify next steps that will support the career you hope for.
Christina Tindle, M.A. Pyschology, works with clients to explore personal riches to create direction, happiness, leadership, ultimate health, wealth, and peak performance. With over 25 years of counseling experience, working with diverse clients from Olympic athletes to artists, Christina’s fun and dynamic style helps people reach beyond perceived limitations to reach their goals.
ABOUT THE ARTIST EDUCATION SERIES
A collaborative offering from Wood River Valley Studio Tour and the Sun Valley Center for the Arts, the Artist Education Series is designed to help artists maximize their participation in the first annual Wood River Valley Studio Tour on October 19-20, 2013. However, all local artists are invited to take part in and benefit from the series.
This year’s series is focused on helping artists market themselves and their work. The completion of a piece is just the beginning of the process – the Artist Education Series will help artists take the next steps necessary to get their work noticed and in front of potential collectors. From professionally documenting art with photographs that display the pieces clarity, accurate colors, and proper lighting, to making it easy for people to view the work through electronic and social media, the series will help local artists market their work. Each session will also have time for questions, networking, and socializing.
Head and Heart Marketing of Art with Christina Tindle, Tuesday, July 9, 5:30-7 pm, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Ketchum
Marketing Your Art: Electronic and Social Media, Wednesday, August 21, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Ketchum
Marketing Your Art: Photographing Your Work, Wednesday, September 18, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Hailey