Business of Art Symposium Coming to NWTC Artisan and Business Center
The symposium will provide the opportunity for attendees to learn how Wisconsin creative entrepreneurs navigate the world of art, the importance of networking, and share effective strategies to advance their art careers.
“It’s important that artists are learning the skills and confidence to grow their business. Partners like Artdose Magazine share in our mission and the College is proud to collaborate and grow our artisan community together!” said Artisan Center Operations Coordinator, Carrie Dorski.
This inaugural event includes four speakers who are bringing their lifetime of industry expertise to discuss topics like branding, communications, entrepreneurship, and much more! Speakers are Craig Bower, Erin LaBonte, Rob Neilson, and Lauren Marie Nitka.
“I am excited to collaborate with NWTC to bring this type of programming to Northeast Wisconsin. This symposium is aimed to equip artists and creative entrepreneurs with effective business of art strategies, a snapshot of what a successful career looks like, and the opportunity to make professional connections with speakers as well as with other attendees,” said publisher of Artdose Magazine, Frank Juárez.
The business of art symposium will take place at the NWTC Artisan and Business Center located at 1417 Cedar Street in Green Bay, WI 54302 on October 14, from 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Registration is open now at nwtc.edu/businessofart. For more information, contact Carrie Dorski at Carrie.Dorski@nwtc.edu
About Artdose Magazine
Founded in 2013, Artdose Magazine LLC is an independent print and digital art magazine committed to connecting and supporting the visual arts in the Midwest. Published by Frank Juárez, the magazine is premised on the belief that we all share common goals of introducing, engaging, educating, and offering diverse art experiences. Artdose Magazine LLC appears in print, through Artdose Magazine Weekly art e-newsletter, Instagram, and Facebook.
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