Never stop learning! ArtsWestchester is committed to helping your organizations grow by presenting an ongoing series of professional development workshops, geared toward cultural organizations, on a variety of topics that are relevant to you.
Below is a list of upcoming programs. Please check back as new programs are added throughout the year.
ARMONK OUTDOOR ART SHOW – ARTIST APPLICATION INFO SESSION
Artist applications to show your artwork at the 2020 Armonk Outdoor Art Show are now being accepted.
Join us at ArtsWestchester on Thursday, February 27 at 5:30pm to learn how to show your artwork at the 59th Annual Armonk Outdoor Art Show. Representatives from the Armonk Outdoor Art Show will present an overview of the show and provide information on the application process. Information will direct first time applicants as well as artists who have limited experience exhibiting at outdoor art shows.
- What the jury is looking for and how to prepare your application
- What is involved in setting up at the show
- How to present art work to enhance sales, expand your network and market your art
New this Year: First-time applicants who are accepted will be eligible for one of two $500 grants, awarded by the Armonk Outdoor Art Show jury.
Please RSVP: Lauren Brady | [email protected]
ARTISTS & E-COMMERCE PLATFORMS
Presenter – Lule Dine
This presentation is intended to demystify how to choose and setup an online shop to be able to sell and represent art work online. This presentation is ideal for artists and crafts people who want to put their work up on an e-commerce platform.
Attendants will understand the steps needed to upload their work to an e-commerce website or marketplace.
- Maintaining and growing
- How to conduct research benchmarking to help position the work
- Where to upload your work.
- What key content, attributes and information needs to be uploaded.
- What happens after work is displayed and ready for viewing.
RSVP: Lauren Brady | [email protected]
WORKSHOPS ON COPING WITH DISINFORMATION
Overwhelmed with information? Hard to tell what’s true or false? Concerned about how disinformation is affecting our democracy? This session will help address these issues, providing practical advice and tools to confront disinformation in the news and to discern what is fact and fake.
The highly interactive workshop, free of charge, features numerous social media, traditional media text, video and still image examples of disinformation. It was held at more than two dozen libraries throughout Westchester County in 2019. The sessions are suitable for adults, as well as high school and college students. No reservations are required.
RSVP: Lauren Brady | [email protected]g