Colorado Artist Image Review Workshop
Join us at CherryArts on November 6, 2019 to see your images projected in a true jury setting. The projected jury method uses the Zapplication JuryBuddy™ technology with projection equipment to showcase artists’ applications simultaneously and receive feedback from professional former Cherry Creek Arts Festival jurors. The goal of this FREE workshop is to help best present your work to art show juries and increase the number of shows that accept your work for exhibition.
Storytelling is the New (Old) Marketing: Re-Thinking Marketing for Artists
In today’s data-driven world, marketing is often seen in terms of numbers: likes, clicks, opens, sales funnels. But all the segmented audiences and A-B tests in the world won’t unlock the heart of marketing: storytelling. Learn why marketing professionals are turning towards storytelling as a key tactic and how you can leverage your story as an artist and the stories behind your art practice.
When: Wednesday, November 6th at 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Image Review, 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Storytelling is the New (Old) Marketing: Re-Thinking Marketing for Artists workshop
Where: CherryArts Offices (CCAF) 2 Steele Street, Suite B100, Denver, Colorado. (Parking is recommended on surrounding streets or paid parking at the Cherry Creek Shopping Center — as bank parking is strictly permitted except for bank customers.)
A limited number of out of state participants are welcome, please apply and notify us of your application so we can plan for this and email you your feedback.If you are new to the digital application process for artists, all are welcome to attend and learn! If you choose not to apply to the image review workshop and attend the Marketing Workshop, please RSVP to (303) 355-2787 or [email protected]
Storytelling is the New (Old) Marketing: Re-Thinking Marketing for Artists presented by Deanne Gertner, A Colorado native, Deanne Gertner holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and a BA in English Literature with a minor in Fine Arts from Regis University. She is a hybrid professional working in both the visual and literary arts as a writer, curator, artist, and project manager. She founded Hey Hue, an award-winning experimental arts agency, in 2018 and serves on the board of Lighthouse Writers Workshop. She was most recently a writer in residence at the Vermont Studio Center and is at work on an essay collection exploring parental estrangement.
What else: The Call for Entries for the 2020 Cherry Creek Arts Festival is now open from October 1st through the deadline of Sunday, December 1, 2019.