Audiences for Art: Approaching a Gallery

Date:  Monday, September 21, 2020Time: 7:00 p.m. https://www.youtube.com/embed/Z0Le0FZufhs?feature=oembed You are invited to ask anything you ever wanted to ask of a gallerist but were afraid to ask! The panel will discuss the business of operating a gallery, changes to the industry through COVID and the Internet and will be available to answer questions about theContinue reading “Audiences for Art: Approaching a Gallery”

Becoming a Professional in the Art World: Tips, Methods, and Etiquette for Career Survival

Postponed until Fall 2020 Professional artists and educators, Eric Celarier and Wilfredo Valladares, will present fundamental advice for organizing emerging careers in the world of art. New artists are presented with challenges that do not always lend themselves to easy answers. Questions often haunt newcomers, such as how does one approach a gallery or whatContinue reading “Becoming a Professional in the Art World: Tips, Methods, and Etiquette for Career Survival”

International Sculpture Day 2020: Sculptor Chas Colburn at #MakerTech Tuesdays

Postponed until fall 2020 Location: 8401 Good Luck RoadLanham, MD 20706Free and open to the public Chas Colburn, Sculptor, Master Welder, and Robotics Specialist will offer an overview of his maker space lab, #MakerTech Tuesdays, on International Sculpture Day, Saturday, April 25th, 2020. The lab represents his belief in the value of exploring a wide rangeContinue reading “International Sculpture Day 2020: Sculptor Chas Colburn at #MakerTech Tuesdays”

Developing Your Elevator Speech

Thursday, August 20, 7-8PMPresenters: Eric Celarier and Joan R. WeberThis program is now available as a YouTube Video (below).  https://www.youtube.com/embed/G359SORGgHc?feature=oembed We are rarely given an unlimited time to expand on what we do and why we do it. Talking about art is important. Talking effectively within a socially accepted time frame is even more important.Continue reading “Developing Your Elevator Speech”

How to Write an Art Statement

Thursday, August 6, 7-8PMPresenters: Eric Celarier and Joan R. WeberThis program is now available as a YouTube Video (below). https://www.youtube.com/embed/hcxUKfEDuvY?feature=oembed No one can tell you what your work means, but without putting it into words, we take a real chance of not knowing what we are doing ourselves or being able to explain it. TheContinue reading “How to Write an Art Statement”

HelpDesk with Robin Moore: Understanding Estate Planning for Artists

Saturday, March 14, 2020, 1-2:30 pm Location:This program is now available as a YouTube Video (below). https://www.youtube.com/embed/Vw53sG9JAY8?feature=oembed By organizing and documenting your art and your career as an artist, you increase the depth of understanding of your work as a history of culture, aesthetics, and values. The Washington Sculptors Group will offer an hour presentationContinue reading “HelpDesk with Robin Moore: Understanding Estate Planning for Artists”

David Mordini: Technology and Reshaping Art

February 29, 2020, 2-4 pm Location: Otis Street Arts Project3706 Otis St, Mt Rainier, MD 20712 Space is limited so please RSVP to: programs@washingtonsculptors.orgFree and open to the public The Washington Sculptors Group is pleased to announce a presentation and demonstration of 3D printing by David Mordini at Otis Street Arts Project on February 29th fromContinue reading “David Mordini: Technology and Reshaping Art”

2021 Annual Member Image Show

Saturday, April 24, 7-9 pm. SUBMIT YOUR IMAGES & VIDEOS! This year’s Image Show will be hosted virtually by Washington Sculptors Group and Harvard’s Center for Hellenic Studies in conjunction with IS Day 2021, a global celebration of sculpture. Submission Deadline: Monday, April 5, 2021, 11:59PM(Or until participant limit is reached. See instructions below.) WSG members may submit up toContinue reading “2021 Annual Member Image Show”