Broward Cultural Division and South Florida Artists Association invites artists, gallery owners and creative entrepreneurs to an evening with author and artists’ coach Gigi Rosenberg who will speak at a SFAA MeetUp on May 28 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
The presentation, to be held at the new Bailey Contemporary Arts Center, located at 41 NE 1st Street Andrews Avenue, in Pompano Beach, will focus on the topic Don’t Go Solo: Enlist a village to help create and launch your next project.
Rosenberg is the author of The Artist’s Guide To Grant Writing designed to transform readers into working artists who confidently tap into all the resources at their disposal.
Gigi Rosenberg is an author and coach to visual, literary, and performing artists, entrepreneurs, and other creative people. Her passions are writing, performing, and teaching others to find the words and voice to bring their ideas and work into the world.
This talk is free, but please accurately RSVP to allow us to have a good estimate of those who will be attending.
Our next meeting will be on Saturday January 18th from 10:00 to 11:30am. Members will meet at the Pompano Beach Library on Atlantic Blvd. If you are not a member and wish to check out a meeting as a guest, contact Susan at . To become a member, please click here .
South Florida has it’s share of portrait artists. For some of us, focusing on the uniqueness of an individual can be extraordinarily difficult to do. So we avoid it. We leave the facial features out of the equation. Or we spend all our time on drawing our models shoes.
This does not describe South Florida artist Lori Pratico. She is inspired by those around her; who they are, their passions, their strengths and their true character. When speaking with her, you immediately feel that she is interested and engaged in learning about the person you are.
Katya: From the INK Series
Most recently Lori has focused on two groups of works. The first series, entitled “INK” was started because she wanted to explore what inspires women to be tattooed. What the works reveal is a phenomenal grouping of strong portraiture of women from all walks of life.
The second series is entitled “FNPERFECT”. If you ask Lori what inspired this new body of work, she responds “I want to celebrate what society labels as imperfect. My subjects are not concerned with being misunderstood. I believe that takes enormous courage and it is my honor to portray them.”
Lori is a full time artist who also has a talent for murals and faux finishes for the home or office. For more information on commissioning a portrait or to contact Lori directly, please visit her website.
BROWARD COUNTY, Fla. – Broward County Commission’s Cultural Division and the South Florida Artists Association will present Issues in Public Art and Commissioning Agreementswith the Associate Director of Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, Sergio Muñoz Sarmiento, Esq. This training session will assist individual visual artists interested in applying for public art commissions, will be held on Friday, October 21, 2011, 6:30 p.m, at Full Circle Gallery 201 SW 5th Street in Fort Lauderdale.
A contract is the cornerstone of the understanding and agreement between an agency or individual commissioning a work of public art and the artist creating the work of art. Because the field of public art has grown over the last couple of decades, legal issues with public art agreements have become increasingly sophisticated and somewhat difficult to navigate. As a result, public art commissioning agreements have also become more complex. This brief talk will highlight some of the most important requirements and considerations of contracts and public art commissioning agreements.”
Muñoz Sarmiento, Esq., is currently the Associate Director for Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts in New York City, where he advises and represents visual and performing artists and arts organizations. He received his BA in Art from the University of Texas-El Paso, and an MFA in Art from The California Institute of the Arts. In 1997 he was a Van Lier Fellow at the Whitney Museum’s Independent Study Program in Studio Art, and received his J.D. from Cornell Law School. He is an Adjunct Professor of art law at Fordham Law School, and is also the Program Director and faculty of VLA’s Art & Law Residency Program.
His legal experience includes advising artists, galleries, and arts organizations on matters involving copyright, trademarks, moral rights, free speech, and artist-gallery disputes. He has recently worked on an important appeal under the Visual Artists Rights Act of 1990 on behalf of the Swiss installation artist Christoph Büchel in the artist’s highly-publicized dispute with the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.