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Student Art Shows

I’m always impressed whenever I go to one of these student art shows- the work is so fresh and exciting- it is totally uninhibited.I wish I had the guts (or the innocence) to create work like that- oh high school is so far away now…. and I never had art classes in school they way […]

Creating a Website

The business aspect of the art world can take up a lot of time- taking you away from your creativity.If you are like me, you don’t know that much about computers and the world-wide web. So building a website is a BIG deal. I don’t think I could have done it on my own.I decided […]

You’ve come a long way, baby!

I got my first Mac about 3 years ago. It was an older, used one with OS9 on it (just so you know, Apple is ALMOST READY TO RELEASE 10.5) Prior to that, I had had some experience with PC’s, mostly word programs. Now I was ready to start with photos and the internet and […]

Grants for non-profit organizations

Went to another workshop today, this one sponsored by Citibank, in conjunction with the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York, Governance Matters and many other organizations. Part of the workshop focused on making your Board of Directors more effective. The facilitators were great and raised many issues, answered many questions, and we all got a […]

Writing the Artists Statement

Hi I just want to let everyone out there know- I went to a workshop at East End Arts Council in Riverhead, Long Island, New York about- how to write an artists statement-The two facilitators were Michelle Drake and Pat Rogers- two gals very knowledgeable in the fields of marketing and self-promotion. Michelle is a […]