Creating a Professional Presentation: Content Matters

Creating a Professional Presentation: Content Matters
Event on 2015-03-21 10:00:00

Creating a Professional Presentation: 

Content Matters


Saturday, March 21st
10 am – 12:30 pm
Goshen Town Hall, Goshen, CT 06756


 This workshop focuses on how to create an exceptional presentation of your artwork – one that is striking enough to get attention, unusual enough to be remembered, and easy to tailor to different galleries or markets.  We'll discuss the essential content needed to create a compelling portfolio presentation and review different formats.  We'll also consider what galleries are looking for, and briefly discuss the submission and review process.  Artists will develop a better understanding of gallery protocols, and gain clarity in their approach and expectations.  Much of this information can also be applied to artist websites and other marketing materials used to promote a professional career.  


Arts Council Members have the discounted rate of for this session.  
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Terri Sisson, founded LOOK in 2006, after working as a gallery director and consultant in the art field for over fifteen years. LOOK is a career advisory and public relations firm developed with the needs of contemporary artists in mind. The mission is to help artists achieve their goals as they cultivate positive and profitable alliances in the world. LOOK acts as an agent, coach and advisor, assisting clients with the knowledge and insight of experienced art professionals. Terri is a persuasive advocate for the arts, and works in collaboration with clients to creatively present and promote individual artists, exhibitions or the unique identity of a gallery seeking a larger audience. She has extensive management and public relations experience that she uses to thoughtfully guide her clients. Terri graduated magna cum laude from the University of Michigan, majoring in fine art. She interned with the British photographer Ken Baird on a Guggenheim Fellowship project, and spent several years working professionally in photography and film before she began writing and consulting for galleries in New York.

at Goshen Town Hall meeting room
42 North Street
Goshen, United States

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