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More Black Art about More Black Ish presents Frustration & Artistry: This is How I Make It!

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More Black Art about More Black Ish presents Frustration & Artistry: This is How I Make It!

Time: May 2, 2010 from 3pm to 5pm
Location: Mertz Gilmore Foundation
Street: 218 E 18th Street
City/Town: New York, NY 10003
Website or Map: http://www.moblackart.org/pro…
Phone: 336-587-1366
Event Type: artists', round, table, discussion
Organized By: Melissa A. Matthews
Latest Activity: Apr 29, 2010

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JOIN US AS WE LAUNCH OUR NEWEST WORKSHOP SERIES FOR EMERGING ARTISTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Frustration & Artistry:
An Artist’s Guide to Surviving When Art Isn’t Paying the Bills

PART 1 _THIS HOW I MAKE IT!: Artist Round Table Discussion:

This intimate brainstorming session will welcome a small audience to join 10 Artists as they get together to facilitate a discussion on how they are “making it” in this challenging economy everything from odd jobs to healthcare, blogging, freelance work, and social services for artists.

Limited seating please RSVP to mmatthews@moblackart.org or send me a message! Look forward to seeing you!

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