Tell it Like it Is: How to Craft an Artist Statement with an Impact
Tell it Like it Is is part of the workshop series Art Steady: Career Development for Artists. If you’d like to attend all five workshops, purchase the full 5-workshop pass here.
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Friday, March 26, 10-11:30 am
From calls-for-entry to residency applications, to text on your own website or social media, accurately and eloquently writing about your work is a critical part of career development. Learn how to follow through on the art you’ve created in the studio through successful written communication with industry pro Angie Rizzo. This workshop will include a presentation, plenty of time for open Q+A, and attendees will receive a handout with actionable tips and guidelines.
Angie Rizzo was raised in San Francisco, CA and received her BFA from CalArts in Southern California. She has been based in Santa Fe, NM since 2014, where she works with contemporary artists as a curator, writer, and arts administrator. She has over 10 years of experience in the field of contemporary art and has helped emerging to established artists reach the next level of their careers. She is currently finishing her MA in Art History at the University of New Mexico and is happy to be involved with Southwest Contemporary as the Community Liaison.