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UICA to host day-long seminar for artists, curators, documentors

On Saturday, March 1, Avenue for the Arts is offering a full-day seminar facilitating community discussion about issues involving how to stage a successful art show, and a full range of best practices for artists, curators and documentors.
Free Radical recap at UICA 2013

Free Radical recap at UICA 2013 /Courtesy of Avenue for the Arts

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2 Fulton West 


Free Radical 2013

Free Radical 2013 /Ashlee Lambart

Interative map at Free Radical recap 2013

Interative map at Free Radical recap 2013 /Courtesy of Avenue for the Arts

On Saturday March 1, from 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. the UICA will host a day of speakers and discussions about what goes in to creating a great art show. Attendees will discuss a variety of themes exploring the balance of creative studio practices, tools to design a great looking art show, the importance of artist contracts and best practices for artists, curators, sites and documentors. 

The event, titled Break it Down, Make it Better. The Elements of a Great Art Show is hosted at the UICA and supported in partnership with Avenue for the Arts and ArtPrize.

The event is the first in a series that is designed to facilitate collaboration and dialog about various topics in the art genre.

Registration is $35 for non members and includes lunch. Admission is free for members of the UICA, Avenue for the Arts, ArtPrize ArtClub and ArtPrize venues.

The program is designed for artists, curators and documentors. Presentations wil be by local working professionals in their respective fields.

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