Interested in enhancing the professional side of your artwork? This informative workshop will cover all topics to help artists create important documents in their professional artist portfolio for use in exhibit, grant, and art school applications:
Do’s and Dont’s for all
Using CaFE (Call for Entry website)
Register online at fairbanksarts.org.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 456-6485 ext. 226
About the Instructor:
Elizabeth Eero Irving is a professional studio artist working and living in Fairbanks, Alaska. She earned her BFA in Documentary Photography from Cornish College and an MFA in Multi-media painting from Johnson State College, in conjunction with the Vermont Studio Center. She is a Kreielsheimer Scholar, and is the recipient of a Rasmuson Project Award, and a Connie Boochever Artist Fellowship from the Alaska Arts and Culture Foundation, administered by the Alaska State Council on the Arts. As an independent curator, she creates multi-media themed exhibits to inspire her fellow artists. She is also the founding member of Fairbanks Sketchers, a local drawing group. When not making art, Elizabeth volunteers in feline rescue and tends to a growing herd of orchids.