Art Talk- A Gathering of Multiple Disciplines
May 3 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
An event every month that begins at 5:30 pm on day First of the month, repeating indefinitely
Every first Wednesday of the month, 5:30 to 7:00 PM.
The Josephy Center for Arts and Culture is hosting an Interdisciplinary Art Talk, open to artists of all disciplines, beginners to seasoned artists. Topics of discussions are varied and in a professional atmosphere of respect and friendship.
Artists are often asked to explain their completed artwork, since viewers are mostly concerned with an artwork’s meaning. For an artist, what is more important and more difficult, is describing their experience during the process of creating the artwork. How does one’s creative workflow look and feel? This encompasses all aspects of an artist’s life, beliefs, media, techniques, work style, research, discoveries, fears, encouragements, publications, exhibitions, sales, reviews, successes, failures, and the list goes on. Understanding one’s creative process is essential to artistic growth.
Suppose you have just learned a new artistic technique, or started a new project, and you are stuck? How does one cope with artistic frustrations, such as not having the time and energy to create? This is when talking with other artists and sharing personal stories, aids in clarifying one’s personal artistic vision and goals.
Contact Rick McEwan by email [email protected] , or by phone 541-905-1479 with questions. This meeting is FREE, please RSVP below!