Sometimes the art world can seem impenetrable. How can you as an artist break into it? And once you’ve broken into it, how do you make it?
Third Thursday in March, Artist Trust invites you to join this informal mentorship and networking event that gives artists of all disciplines a chance to sit down with artists and arts leaders in small groups for casual conversations about opportunities, issues, and challenges in the arts world.
*This event is free, but registration is required.
Please RSVP to attend
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March 16, 2017, FREE
5:00 – 7:30 PM
1120 Creative House
1120 Pacific Ave
Tacoma, WA 98402
Featuring artists and arts leaders:
- Masahiro Sugano, Filmmaker and director
- Amy McBride, Arts Administrator for City of Tacoma
- Heather Joy, Manager of Spaceworks Tacoma
- Aaron Spiro, musician and co-founder of Alma Mater Tacoma
- Patsy Surh O’Connell, artist and Founder/President of Asia Pacific Cultural Center
- Kathryn Zetzer
5 pm Sign-up with specific mentors
5:30-5:55 pm Session #1
6:00-6:25 pm Session #2
6:30-7:30 pm Informal networking
Contact for more information:
1.866.21.TRUST (toll free)
Tacoma Art Walk: Jason Sobottka – 1120 Creative House Featured Artist
Jason is the newest tenant at 1120 Creative House. He is a professional artist and arts educator. He is Lake Washington Institute of Technology’s first tenured visual art instructor. He exhibits his paintings, drawings, prints and sculptures around the nation. Jason was awarded the Winter 2012 Faculty Excellence Award and was nominated for 2016 Foundation of Art Award presented by the Greater Tacoma Community Foundation.
His past experience includes working for Tacoma Art Museum’s Education Department, where he designed and built the museum’s hands-on art making gallery, the Open Art Studio.
Visit Jason Sobbotka’s website to see more work
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