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smART Talks at Helms! For Artists and Creative Professionals
November 12, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Join us on Saturday, November 12th as we partner with Crewest Studio to present smARTtalks: A New Monthly Educational Series for Artists + Creatives with Expert Panelists! smARTalks occur once a month on Saturdays from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm inside the Helms Design Center. smARTtalks are FREE intimate learning sessions with a panel of experts covering timely and important topics vital to artists and creatives working in the 21st Century.
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Here’s the lineup of discussions and panelists for November 12th:
- The Power of Story in Selling Art: How Narrative Can Help Artists Drive Sales in a Social Media Landscape with speakers: Shana Nys Dambrot and Miles Regis
Preview:Many artists would prefer for their art to speak for itself without having to talk about it. The reality is artists must know how to communicate their story effectively and impromptu when asked by a potential new collector, curator, gallery owner, journalist or even a group of school children. Artists should be able to clearly answer basic questions such as: Why art matters? Why they became an artist and what drives them as an artist? Learn from the experts about best practices in social media to tell a story, create an on-line persona and promote work online.
- Has Digital Art Finally Earned Respect? How Web3, NFTs, AR, VR, AI and The Metaverse Are Impacting The Art World with speakers: Ronnie Pirovino, Heidi Johnson, and Daniel Nomad
Preview:Art and tech comprise exciting new frontiers for art making and selling. And, while the media love to talk about the big sales numbers some artists are getting for their NFTs, most people don’t even have a crypto wallet. Still, NFT’s equipped with built-in resale royalties are a major development. Web3, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and the Metaverse are hyped topics in the media too. Do these innovations truly represent a real and fundamental shift in the art market or are they simply new tools and mediums for artists and art lovers to enjoy? What should artists know and do with these new media?
- Can Public + Immersive Art Experiences Save The World? with speakers: Carmen Zella, Shana Nys Drambot, and Isabel Beavers
Preview: In recent years, communities and entrepreneurs have been producing public and immersive visual art experiences for people to enjoy. They took a dive during the pandemic but are on the way back. Some art installations are free to the public through corporate or civic sponsorship while others charge admission as for-profit ventures. Some are temporary pop-ups, while others are semi-permanent or permanent. What is driving this trend? Are these exhibitions for the love of art and the public good or simply making money? Where it is all going and how might artists produce their own public art installations?