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In partnership with The Arts Business Institute, Clark Hulings Fund is thrilled to bring the Second Annual Art Business Summit to Santa Fe, NM on April 6-7.
A two-day intensive business development seminar designed for visual artists and packed with an impressive roster of speakers and interactive workshops, featuring:
You’ve seen their impact and know they care about the success of artists. With their educational programming, artists are increasing sales and opportunities to showcase their work. Artists are joining collective forces to take control of their own professions and industry. Bottom line: Artists are thriving!
“The program has given me the confidence that with the skills that we are acquiring, I will be capable of achieving a higher income than I had previously thought possible” -Bethany Taylor, CHF Fellow
This is your chance to gain the skills necessary to catapult your professional art practice into a sustainable and profitable one, and leave with once-in-a-lifetime collaborative partnerships with fellow artists and industry professionals, all while surrounded by the beautiful, inspiring, and art-centered Santa Fe.
Get your early bird tickets while you still can! Regular tickets are $395 but you can save $150 and pay only $245! These early bird tickets are only available until February 15th. They strongly encourage you to secure your spot now!
Don’t Miss This Important Learning Event
Visit clarkhulingsfund.org/art-business-summit/ for more information and for a “Schedule at a Glance” of the summit events.
The Summit is taking place at:
Santa Fe Community College
6401 Richards Ave, Santa Fe, NM
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