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Periodically Woman Made Gallery offers constructive workshops to assist artists with their professional development. These workshops are led by professionals to serve artists who are at different levels in their careers.

Past workshops included information about quality slides and digital files, tips for a successful resume and artist statement, pricing and presentation of your artwork, packaging and shipping your work, approaching galleries, good website design and valuable resource information. We have also added workshops that teach artists the basics about computers, including digital files and emails. Through these programs WMG has helped participants clarify and reach goals such as obtaining grants and residencies, solo shows and gallery representation.

You may direct any questions about Workshops and Exhibitions to: gallery@womanmade.org and about Membership and Links Requests to: sydney@womanmade.org

Strategic Marketing Tools for Visual Artists by Janet Bloch

Exhibiting Professionalism Manual

Portfolio Review with Mary King

Strategic Marketing Tools for Visual Artists by Janet Bloch

Workbook by Janet Bloch

Artist and author, Janet Bloch has more than 15 years of experience helping artists achieve their goals. She offers the same sound advice in her new workbook, Strategic Marketing Tools for Visual Artists, that was available only in her workshops and private consultations. Let her move you to the next level of your artistic career through her step by step processes for creating superior marketing materials.

This friendly workbook is perfectly suited for artists' support groups, classrooms, or for individual use. Strategic Marketing Tools for Visual Artists provides artists with a step by step process for creating superior materials to send to venues.

The workbook is reassuring in its systematic approach and its encouraging tone. It includes the following:

  • what makes a great submission packet
  • what belongs in an artist's statement
  • what steps should be taken to build an impressive resume
  • how to set goals and sustain focus

The workbook is $18.95 and available for purchase at Woman Made Gallery, or through Paypal for 22.95 which includes shipping and handling.

    Strategic Marketing Tools for Visual Artists - $22.95 (includes shipping)

Exhibiting Professionalism Manual

Woman Made Gallery's Exhibiting Professionalism manual is free to WMG members. It is included in the Exhibiting Professionalism workshop, but can be purchased separately by non-members for $10.00 - shipping included. It has been designed to provide artists with some basic knowledge to help them in their artistic endeavors. Practical information includes how to approach galleries, tips for shooting slides, tips for a successful resume and artist statement, pricing artwork, presentation of artwork, and much more. If you are not a WMG member and interested in the Manual, click on the "Buy Now" button to pay securely through Paypal and include your shipping address.

    Exhibiting Professionalism Manual - $10.00

Portfolio Review with Mary King

Mary King excels at encouraging artists and helping them find their direction. She is especially knowledgeable regarding technical and archival concerns. In addition she is well informed regarding various venues for exhibiting work and has numerous tips for successfully approaching such venues. Please contact her at marykingartist@sbcglobal.net to set up a Portfolio Review at your home or studio.

The fee is $120 for WMG members and $135 for non-members.

Mary King is a practicing artist with a studio in Hyde Park, Chicago. King's one-person exhibitions include four at Denise Bibro Fine Art in New York and one at both Woman Made Gallery in Chicago and The Kalamazoo Institute of Arts in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Her work has been included in group shows at The Butler Art Institute, Albright-Knox Gallery, and Detroit Focus.

Mary King earned a BFA from The University of Chicago and a MA from Western Michigan University. She studied advanced painting at The School of The Art Institute of Chicago. King has been awarded grants by The Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo and by Education For The Arts of Kalamazoo County. King's work has been favorably reviewed by The Kalamazoo Gazette, The Ann Arbor News, Detroit News, The Detroit Free Press, The New Art Examiner, The Chicago Reader and most recently, The New York Times. King volunteers for Woman Made Gallery by laying out group exhibitions. For more information about Mary King visit her website.

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