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Are you a working artist? Do you have a visual art practice you love?

Would you also love to get more support with the business side of art, and have expert help developing a custom plan to move your art career to the next level, even making a living from the sale of your art?

Would you like to meet and work with a group of supportive artist-peers who are working towards the same goal, and have your work shown together in a group exhibit in June?

Then you should sign up for Make.Art.Work!  Make.Art.Work. can help you reach your goals.

Now in it’s third season of delivering remarkable professional development to visual artists in the state of CT, Make.Art.Work. has been redesigned to focus on  individual needs of artists, helping you to develop a roadmap to move your art career forward.

Make.Art.Work. is a comprehensive career training program created for the working artist. Learn essential creative business and entrepreneurial skills alongside your peers in a supportive, cooperative environment through lessons, assignments and coaching. Complete your training by collaborating with fellow artists to curate a group exhibition in your region.

The program is open to Connecticut visual artists and runs from January to June 2015 in monthly three-hour evening sessions in Fairfield, Hartford or New Haven counties. Join the cohort of artists in New Haven!

The New Haven cohort will meet at Artspace.

Applications are being accepted now on a rolling basis.   There are limited spaces, so Apply Now!   Final deadline:  Jan 5.