June 9, 9:30-3:30, Location TBA

Workshop to reduce stress and increase success — Beginners welcome

Created for artists who are trying to figure out how to get their work “out there” or to jumpstart previous work they’ve done, two session, fun and informative, with lunch in between. Both sessions are for beginners and those who need a refresher course on marketing artwork. 

FIRST SESSION: How artists can think “outside the box” and enjoy the marketing process. Are you trying to get your work “out there” and don’t know where to begin? Have you been struggling to understand how to market your work and don’t know what to do? In this session, you will identify challenges and establish your goals. Individualized homework will be assigned. 

LUNCH BREAK—Good food, good conversation!

SECOND SESSION: How to make social media work for you. From Facebook to Instagram to Kickstarter (and more), which is the most appropriate to achieve your goals?  Please note: 'Maximizing Your Presence' is key. 

Instagram is 'hot' so we will cover topics such as: timeliness of posts, getting the most out of hashtags, connecting with other accounts, and engaging with other users to maximize your exposure. Also will discuss the business aspect of Instagram, including how to sell your work by strategic posting and building effective networks. We will conclude on what works, what doesn’t, and, most importantly, what makes sense for each artist. 






Social Media Workshop

6/9 2018

RADAR Act II: @artlery160 at Harrison-Lobdell Gallery in Saratoga Springs, NY: March 15th - May 4th, 2018

Part II, no affiliation with NAWAMA but featuring NAWAMA Artists showcasing in NY. Participating artists are working with Tameka (director of @artlery160) directly and would need to sign the consignment form attached.



act II: 3/15–5/4 2018


Natural Force, The Trustman Art Gallery, Simmons College, 300 Fenway, Boston, MA 02115
Monday, April 23–Friday, June 1, 2018
Trustman Art Gallery website
Exhibition runs: Monday, April 23–Friday, June 1, 2018
All exhibiting artists will receive a show catalog.
Application and Image Submission Deadline: Saturday September 30, 2017
Juried Accepted work announced on: Friday, November 4, 2017
All accepted works are subjected to substitution chosen by Bridget Lynch closer to show date if need be.
Images of accepted work submitted for publicity: No later than Tuesday, January 16, 2018
All work must be hand delivered (no shipped works please)
Delivery of Artwork: Week of April 9–13, 2018
Installation: Friday, April 20, 2018
Opening Reception: Thursday, April 26, 5–7 p.m.
Exhibition runs: Monday, April 23–Friday, June 1, 2018
Removal of artwork: Week of June 5–8, 2018

Through 6/1 2018

The Personal Is Political, Hess Gallery at Pine Manor College, Chestnut Hill
mid-November 2018 through mid-February 2019

mid-Nov 2018–mid-Feb 2019