Building on the opening of Blackbird Fly: A Collection of Paintings by Antoinette Cauley, the City of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture and GateWay Community College’s Center for Diversity, Equity
Building on the opening of Blackbird Fly: A Collection of Paintings by Antoinette Cauley, the City of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture and GateWay Community College’s Center for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and Art Gallery are excited to support a one-day workshop intended to help develop Black artists and introduce skills to navigate the art industry with Antoinette Cauley and select colleagues.
During this workshop, Antoinette Cauley will guide participants through working sessions on:
- Your work, technical skills, and finding your voice
- Managing mental health through the work
- Galleries, Museums & Relationships
- Grants, Pricing & Generating Revenue
Space is limited, so tickets will be limited to one per registrant. While this event is intended for Black artists, individuals of all backgrounds are welcome to attend, observe, listen, and learn how to contribute to the advancement of Black artists in the industry. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
This event is supported in part by GateWay’s U.S. Department of Education Title V Hispanic Serving Institution grant ÉXITO (#P031S190167).
Additionally, this event is made possible by the City of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture. By managing an award-winning public art program, offering grants and workshops for artists and culture workers, and overseeing cultural facilities, we champion the local arts and culture community that makes our city a more meaningful and vibrant place to live. Learn more about our services and opportunities by visiting our website at http://phoenix.gov/arts.
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(Saturday) 8:00 am - 2:00 pm
Integrated Education Building
108 North 40th Street