In this four hour, intensive online workshop, you and a small group of artists from around the nation will learn how to organize your work, identify and share your unique approach and vision, and successfully research and approach galleries.
This cutting-edge online format allows you to ask questions about the art business, your work, and what approach you should take to move your career forward. You participate online from the comfort of your studio as if you were attending live. Ask questions and interact with Jason as you would in a live seminar, without the travel!
This workshop is designed for artists at every level of their careers. Whether you are just beginning, or need to take your art to the next level, learn how to kick your career into high-gear.
Sculptors, painters, fine-art photographers, fine-art jewelers and fiber artists benefit from the workshop.
This is a great opportunity for you to see the gallery business from the inside, understand how gallery owners select their artists and ask every question you've ever had about the gallery business.
The Session will be recorded and a digital copy of the recording will be provided to each registrant. If you are unable to attend live or miss any part of the session you will be able to catch up with the recording.
|Recommendations from Artists who
have previously attended
took my portfolio to Aspen and
got accepted at the second gallery I walked into! I love your
formula - that now makes five galleries successfully secured using your
Leslie Begert | http://www.lesliebegert.com
I would highly recommend the seminar. It was very well planned and executed. The pre-seminar 'assignment' was very beneficial. It gives us each a chance to talk about where we are at, show samples of our work, and share our goals. I know the packet I sent was reviewed and Jason had a feel for where I was at before meeting him in person. He had a feel for my painting style and had visited my website. I brought my portfolio along and had one on one time to hear his thoughts on my website and portfolio.
At the seminar I was very impressed by the organization of their presentation. It was much appreciated to have a ring bound booklet that covered (page by page) all the pertinent information so you weren't scrambling to write everything down and could just really listen. There also was a space on the page for notes or questions. A great handbook to refer to once you are back in the studio.
I can't say enough about how helpful and genuine . . .Jason was in sharing his experience in the art market. You felt very comfortable asking any question and that it goes beyond the seminar day as Jason invited us to email with any further questions that came up which we forgot to address that day. I have stopped by the gallery and ran some pricing questions past Jason and he was very helpful.
The seminar really gets you to look at all aspects of professional artist's marketing needs and how to prioritize getting it all accomplished. I wish you well on your artistic journey. This seminar gave me a burst of energy to accomplish my goals.
A fellow working artist with high hopes for the future!
KiKi Sweeney - Scottsdale, AZ
| "I just came back from
doing a one day invitational art show in Baja Mexico. It was
a great success with 4 large pieces sold. The best part is 2
of the pieces were purchased by a gallery buyer from Lake Tahoe
(Truckee) for a gallery there . . . She also picked out
several more large pieces, which she said she will purchase when she
returns to Lake Tahoe, and wanted to see more of my work . .
. Anyway, just thought I'd let you know. Never would have
made these moves, or understood them without your seminar. "
Dan McGeorge - San Diego, CA