VSA & Accessibility — Free Webinar for Visual Artists

March 20, 2013 in Advocacy & Access, Community Events, Community News

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VSA The International Organization on Arts and Disabilities

Strategies for Mounting a Low-Cost Exhibition
Part of the VSA Webinar Series

 

Tuesday, March 26, 2013
3:00 – 4:00 p.m. EST
Free to participate
 
Presenter: Sonja Cendak, Artist Services Assistant Manager, Office of VSA & Accessibility, The Kennedy Center
 
Mounting an art exhibition does not have to be daunting nor should it stop an artist or group from hosting an exhibit. With a little legwork, elbow grease, and strategic networking skills, anyone or any group with the motivation can stage an exhibition – whether in a traditional gallery or negotiating your own temporary pop-up space. This webinar will go over the basics in exhibit set-up for small to mid-size venues. Topics covered will include: exhibit design and installation; labor and staffing; and legal and safety issues to consider. This webinar is geared for administrators and artists of start-up galleries and small to mid-size galleries.


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