The Artist Statement
June 11 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Covid Safer Policy: This event is in-person; Masks & Proof of Vaccination + Booster Required. More about the IPRC’s Covid-Safer Guidelines here; reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with questions re: medical exemption.
In this in-person workshop, we will break down what makes a solid artist statement. Together, we will look at examples from a variety of artists and discuss what makes them tick: voice, values, and craft. Students can also expect to participate in generative free writes and draft, share, and informally critique work. Each student will aim to craft a flexible and durable statement that can be used on a gallery wall or as a building block in a successful grant, residency, or MFA application. This course is open to all makers, writers, and artists of any experience level. Sliding scale and scholarships available.
Class meetings: 4
Instructor: Cole Cohen
June 4th – June 25th
$75 – $175 Sliding Scale
*2 no-cost spots available; BIPOC & 2S prioritized
Sensory Note: for anyone experiencing audio or visual sensitivity, please note that the IPRC is situated under a skatepark, which creates occasional disruptive background noise, and the lighting in the studio and classroom space is primarily fluorescent.