Entrepreneurial Artist Workshop

Poster for the Entrepreneurial Artist Workshop with white text on a pink background
Poster designed by Jennifer Cerutti ‘18

The Arts Administration Program and the Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College, together with the Tang Teaching Museum, invite you to the Entrepreneurial Artist Workshop on Monday, November 4, from 5:30–7:00 pm.

Learn from and connect with alumni and members of the art community who are making a business around their passion for the visual arts. Join professionals in the field for round table conversations on starting a business, marketing your work, pricing, finding opportunities, and more!

Enter to win door prizes; refreshments and food will be served. This event is free and open to all Skidmore students.

The program is supported by Molly Haley ’64 and her husband, Ed Freitag.

Participants

  • Julia Rinaolo ’19: fiber artist, Darn Good Yarn
  • Kirsten Bassion ’97: ceramicist, The Clay School and Kirsten Bassion Ceramics
  • Madeleine Welsh ’17: illustrator and motion designer at Flocabulary
  • Jennifer Cerutti ’18: designer, Market 32
  • Molly Brister Haley ’64: founder, Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative
  • Nick DeMarco: head of fundraising and grant writing, Proctors
  • Belinda Colon: independent curator, gallery manager, Spring Street Gallery
  • Scott Mulligan: teaching professor of IP & copyright law and Associate Director of Arts Administration, Skidmore College
  • Sarah Sweeney: Associate Professor of Art, Skidmore College
  • Deb Hall: Associate Professor of Art, Skidmore College
  • Elizabeth Dubben: Executive Director of Collar Works, Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative Coordinator, and lecturer of Arts Administration at Skidmore College
  • Shaw Lenox ’20: Studio Art major, Skidmore College
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