It’s amazing what’s possible when an art community comes together. Transparency. Communication. Dialogue. Networking. More art.
As a kick-off to our Florida Art-Business Conference this winter, we co-hosted a live Thriving Art Exchange in Royal Palm Beach, but that event was just the beginning. We are teaming up again with our colleagues in South Florida—this time, online—to host a Thriving Art Exchange Virtual Town Hall on Monday, April 1st at 4:00 PM (Eastern).
The Thriving Art Exchange encourages a positive exchange of ideas and collaboration among arts professionals so that we can all be a part of charting the future of the art industry. Although this town hall will be tailored to the South Florida community, we welcome all who are interested to join us online. This event is just the latest region-specific example of the larger dialogue we are fostering, and there will be many more such opportunities to come.
We are delighted to welcome panelists Rickie Leiter, publisher of The Rickie Report; Elayna Toby Singer, artist and Palm Beach County Art in Public Places administrator; and Neil Capozzi, chair of the Arts Council of Martin County, owner of Stuart Art Supply & Studio, and board member of Martin Artisans Guild.
Here’s how to join us:
To view the live broadcast on April 1st 4:00 PM (or the recording of the completed event), click on the link above.
This link includes a chat window where you can post questions during the live event; you just need to be logged into YouTube with your Google account.We will also incorporate comments and questions from Twitter that include the hashtag #CHF.
Would you like CHF to inspire dialogue among the members of your art community? Contact us here to inquire about holding an event near you.