Artist Talks

Free Artist Portrait Series at Joe's Movement Emporium

Photo by Matt Carl. Courtesy of Joe's Movement Emporium.

Photo by Matt Carl. Courtesy of Joe’s Movement Emporium.

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Sign up at http://slottr.com/sheets/6900

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There are hundreds of artists registered online at MyGatewayArts.org, but experience living, working and playing in the GAD has taught members of Joe’s that there are so many more artists here than they know. So they’re funding an attempt to meet them all, document where they live and work, and photograph them all for free.

  1. To get to know you better: what kind of art do you produce, what is the medium you work in, where do you do your work, where do you show/perform it?
  2. To get a great head shot of you with your creative touchstone for your personal and professional use, and also to become a part of a limited edition Art Lives Here poster.

What is this creative touchstone? Perhaps it’s as simple as the instrument you play or the brushes you use, or as esoteric as a leaf from the tree you always compose under, or the book you read to inspire your writing, or the mug you use when burning the midnight oil, churning over an idea.

Signing up is easy. Simply click the link and select a time slot that works with your scheudle: http://slottr.com/sheets/6900

If none of those times work, sign up to ensure Joe’s contacts you as they add additional dates by filling out the form here: http://artlivesheremd.wordpress.com/get-involved/cattle-call/

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Editorial Team
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