Save the Date: #ArtistHotline Returns to Twitter on April 19
Read the recap of March’s Artist Professional Development Day, and mark your calendar for the next chat: Wednesday, April 19, 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM EST.
Thanks to the artists, arts professionals, and cultural organizations who joined us for the 21st edition of #ArtistHotline on Twitter! The monthly Artist Professional Development Day is a great way to connect with the arts community and share advice for building a sustainable arts career.
Here are a few of the topics we tweeted about throughout the day:
- organizing finances in and around tax season;
- touring an installation to galleries;
- finding funding opportunities for a small arts business
“Teaching Artists:” Key Takeaways from the Guest Chat
During March’s Guest Chat, arts education consultant and educator Sobha Kavanakudiyil and poet and educator Aja Monet gave professional insights into a variety of topics, including:
- creating opportunities for students to expand their networks and to share their work;
- encouraging students to reflect and revise;
- creating age-appropriate, engaging, and meaningful lessons;
- getting input from students on goals and rubrics;
- building revision into your lesson planning practice;
- incorporating student leadership and learning from students
Check out the full Wakelet recap to read the whole conversation, and be sure to join us for our next #ArtistHotline Twitter chat on April 19, 2017, 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM EST. As part of the day, we’ll host a “Literary Submissions & Publishing” Guest Chat from 1:00 – 3:00 PM EST.
Follow @nyfacurrent on Twitter for the latest updates!
Inspired by the NYFA Source Hotline, #ArtistHotline is an initiative dedicated to creating an ongoing online conversation around the professional side of artistic practice. #ArtistHotline occurs on the third Wednesday of each month on Twitter. Our goal is to help artists discover the resources needed, online and off, to develop sustainable careers.
This initiative is supported by the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation.
Image: detail Thilde Jensen (Photography ‘13)