Professional Development for Artists: Free Series with Stacy Miller
September 16, 2020 - January 13, 2021
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Calling all artists! Take part in a FREE professional development workshop with Stacy Miller, author of Starting Your Career As An Artist and Career Management for Artists: A Practical Guide to Representation and Sustainability for Your Studio Practice.
In a series of 5 interactive workshops, evaluate your goals and create a plan of action to advance your professional art career. Gain insight on how to navigate the challenging and changing art world of today with the guidance of an art professional expert.
Learn about essential topics such as:
Networking & Collaborating
Defining Your Goals
Selling Your Work
Stacy Miller is an artist and educator with management and teaching experience in the arts, art education, teacher training, museum education, and research in visual culture. She completed her Ed.D. at Teachers College Columbia University in the visual arts, earned her Masters Degree in Museum Leadership at Bank Street College of Education in New York City and her BFA in sculpture and media studies at Massachusetts College of Art in Boston, MA. She has worked as Director of Research and Professional Development at the College Art Association as well as Director of Art and Design Education at Parsons School of Design, New School University, NYC. She has had a range of career paths including co-founding The Heritage School, an alternative public arts and technology high school in New York City, to being the first Curator of Education at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, MA, as well as developing groundbreaking community programs at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA. She currently a faculty member and advises in the MFA Photography Program at Parsons. She co-authored with Angie Wojak a second edition of the book, “Starting Your Career as an Artist,” published by Allsworth Press. Her new book is: “Career Management for Artists: A Practical Guide to Representation and Sustainability for Your Studio Practice” which is through Routledge Press. Her studio practice involves the intersectionality of multiple disciplines dealing with feminist and global narratives through the use of irony, empathy, and humor. She lives in New Rochelle, NY with her husband also an artist and educator and two rescue cats.
This program is offered free of cost to support working and aspiring artists. Please contact us or visit pelhamartcenter.org/support if you are interested in contributing toward our programs. Thank you for supporting our local nonprofit community art center.