The Next 3 Steps in Your Career with Joanne Mattera

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The Next 3 Steps in Your Career with Joanne Mattera

240.00

Tuesday
June 5
10am – 4pm

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Tuesday
June 5
10am – 4pm

You’ve heard from the curators and gallerists about how to get your foot in the door. You’ve heard from the artists and authors (including me) about how to move your career forward. If you feel stuck professionally, it may be that your plan for advancement is not sufficiently well defined or that your priorities are out of order. We’ll start with where you are right now and work out your next three steps. Since each step will lead to the successive steps along your career path, formulating a plan for those next three will give you focus and direction, ideally leading you to success as you define it. As a group we’ll focus on basic professional issues, and in individual short sessions we’ll hone your specific three steps. You’ll have a series of projects to work on while individual sessions are taking place with the others, and we’ll wrap up the session as we start: with group discussion and Q&A.

This session is for emerging artists of any age who have a serious studio practice but who have yet to experience a greater interaction with the art world, whether it be in terms of exhibition opportunities, representation, critical response, or achieving the kind of visibility that leads to career advancement. 


A newly elected member of American Abstract Artists, Joanne Mattera is a gallery-represented painter who has shown widely since 1975. Her work is in the collections of the New Britain Museum of American Art, Connecticut; Montclair Art Museum, New Jersey; the U.S. State Department; and collections internationally. Her work is included in Geoform, an online curatorial project featuring geometric abstraction. She is the author of The Art of Encaustic Painting and the ongoing Joanne Mattera Art Blog. Joanne is a consulting editor to ProWax Journal and the founder/director of this Conference.