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Writing an Effective Project Proposal
Workshop & Curator Panel led by Cary Reeder
Panelists: Jennie Ash (Art League) and Katia Zavistovski (Lawndale Art Center)
Wednesday, March 9th, 6:30-8:30pm
@ Fresh Arts
Networking: 6:00-6:30pm // Presentation begins at 6:30pm.
It's 'open call' season for visual arts in Houston!
Are you planning to apply for one of the many local "Calls for Exhibition Proposals" in the coming months? Before you do, Fresh Arts invites individual artists to sit down with a few of Houston's art directors to talk about ways to improve your project proposal. This workshop and curator panel will cover: the basics of writing an effective project proposal, some examples of successful proposals, what reviewers are looking for in an exhibition submission, common pitfalls, what local opportunities are currently available to individual artists. There will also be an informal Q&A session when participants can ask specific questions to an esteemed panel of representatives including Jennie Ash, visual arts director of Art League, and Katia Zavistovski, Lawndale Art Center programming chair.
Seating is limited so please register early to secure your spot!
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Fresh Arts // 2101 Winter St., Houston, TX 77007 (map)
Winter Street runs tightly parallel to the train tracks. Our gallery door is accessible from the north facing loading dock which faces the tracks.
ABOUT OUR PRESENTER:
Cary Reeder, a Miami, Florida native, has made Houston, Texas her home since 1998. She worked for more than a decade as a graphic artist and typesetter in the early 80s and received her fine art training at the Glassell School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts-Houston from 2006-2013. In between her stint as a graphic artist and returning to art school, she had a 20+ year career as a grant writer and fundraiser for nonprofit organizations. Her work has been included in numerous local, regional, and national juried exhibitions, and in 2013 had a solo show at Lawndale Art Center and received an Individual Artist Grant from the Houston Arts Alliance. When not making art, she assists other artists with their writing needs through her consulting business, The Artist’s Little Helper and teaches at Art League Houston and the Glassell School of Art-MFAH.