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Art & Resilience: What Your Archive Can Do For You

  • Wednesday, October 07, 2015
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Office and Studios - 125 Maiden Lane, 2nd Floor

Via the LMCC website:


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Art & Resilience: What Your Archive Can Do For You

Led by Amy Davila, ArtSmart

October 7
6:30–8:30pm

This workshop outlines the importance of record keeping for a flourishing artistic practice. Keeping an archive and staying organized adds ease, consistency, and protocol to the studio that can be liberating and allow artists the freedom to make their work. A smart archiving strategy will support many aspects of business and creative development. This session lays out the fundamental arguments for why artists should have an archive and offers tools and best practices that will help artists have a more organized studio and artistic practice. This session will be accompanied by an introduction and overview on essential resources and tips for artists in the event of an emergency, led by Jean Ann Douglass of Fractured Atlas.

Location:

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Office and Studios

125 Maiden Lane

(Between Water & Pearl streets)

Second Floor

New York, NY 10038

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This session is Part 2 of LMCC's "Art & Resilience" series - http://lmcc.net/program/art-resilience/

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