Art CAMP is a one-day conference focused on giving artists essential practical marketing skills that they can immediately implement to boost their brand, sales, and visibility of their business.
Through focused introductions to entrepreneurial concepts, artists will walk away with tangible takeaways, skills, and resources to help them market themselves and their art more effectively. This conference is open to professional and semi-professional artists with an interest in taking their marketing to the next level.
Attendees can expect sessions, panels, and hands-on workshops focused on building a social media presence, creating an engaging website, making a pitch, salary negotiation, throwing the best party, and promoting work in print publications. All attendees will leave with tangible takeaways, fact sheets, and presentation slides. PLUS free professional headshots.
Learn more & register at www.ArtCampBoston.org
(Space is limited)
Presented as part of Artweek 2018 by Friends of Fort Point Channel and District Hall.
In the evening, all Art CAMP attendees plus the general public are invited to join us for a panel discussion about diversity and representation in the arts co-presented by SparkBoston. Chief Chat: Representation in the Arts will feature Julie Burros, City of Boston Chief of Art and Culture; Catherine Morris, Founder and Executive Director of BAMS Fest; and Sneha Shrestha, City of Boston AIR Fellow. Learn more about the speakers and register for this free event here: https://chiefchatarts.eventbrite.com