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Artist Statement Writing Workshop
Artists often say that writing a statement is harder than creating their work. BURNAWAY Magazine proudly presents Artist Statement Writing Workshop series, a two-day writing workshop for emerging and mid-career artists. While a statement will not make or break an artist’s career, having a well-written and succinct statement is a tool that they can sharpen and change as their artistic vision changes and evolves. The workshop will aim to encourage growth by demystifying the writing process and allowing artists to share feedback with each other. Each session will be limited to fifteen participants to maximize the potential for peer-to-peer dialogue. Preference will be given to BURNAWAY members, but otherwise, we will accept applicants on a first-come basis. Please contact us (email@example.com) if you have any questions.
October 26 10am-12:30pm *this workshop will be a one day workshop
Abernathy Arts Center
Instructor: Shara Hughes
RESERVE YOUR SPOT HERE: https://burnawayworkshops.
Hughes grew up in the Atlanta area. She received her BFA at the Rhode Island School of Design and in 2011 completed a residency at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. She lives and works in Atlanta. Exhibitions include The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Museum 52 in London and Metroquadro in Rivoli, Italy to name a few. She is a recipient of the Joan Mitchell fellowship to the Vermont Studio Center and of a scholarship to the Anderson Ranch artist residency.
The workshop is free for BURNAWAY members, $10 for students, and $15 for general artists. New memberships cost as low as $15.