Miami, FL – Following up their early 2019 live events in South Florida, the Thriving Art Exchange launch in Royal Palm Beach and the Art Business Conference in Fort Lauderdale, The Clark Hulings Fund will virtually return to the region with an online Thriving Art Exchange Town Hall Monday, April 1 at 4:00 PM (Eastern). The town hall will continue the discussion of the state of the visual art industry in South Florida, and brainstorm ways to better meet the needs of its stakeholders – artists, gallerists, collectors, and more.
Panelists on this virtual event include Rickie Leiter, publisher of The Rickie Report; Elayna Toby Singer, artist and Palm Beach County Art in Public Places administrator; and Neil Capozzi, chair of the Arts Council of Martin County, owner of Stuart Art Supply & Studio, and board member of Martin Artisans Guild.
The live broadcast April 1st 4:00 PM (Eastern) will be available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lHV1zukpnbI. That link includes the chat window for participants to ask questions. To ask questions attendees will need to log into Youtube with their Google account. Questions and comments will also be taken from Twitter with the hashtag #CHF.
The Clark Hulings Fund Executive Director Elizabeth Hulings notes, “We are so gratified with the response we have gotten in South Florida. As our mandate is to help working artists and their communities, we are eager to assist local artists to thrive in this community that is so excited about visual art. We’re thrilled to be bringing the area’s art community together to utilize this excitement to fuel expanded careers for local artists.”
The Thriving Art Exchange brings together the art world’s various players to engage in constructive dialogue, structured brainstorms, and honest debates about the future of the visual art industry, locally, regionally, and nationally. The ultimate goal is to foster positive transformation and build a vibrant community that serves all its members.
About The Clark Hulings Fund:
The Clark Hulings Fund for Visual Artists (CHF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that champions economic sustainability for working artists. CHF does this by delivering business education and entrepreneurial learning through a rigorous Art-Business Accelerator, a Digital Learning Portal, in-person education events in local communities, and a federation of artist-formed and artist-led networks of opportunity. All of this work achieves one aim: equip visual artists to thrive as self-sustaining entrepreneurs.