Join us for monthly visits to area art shows or arts organizations. We tour the show or facility and then head to a nearby coffee shop to discuss our reactions to the exhibit. These events are free and open to the public. Carpooling is available with advance notice. For information about WARM Coffee, email firstname.lastname@example.org. We are now scheduling events for 2014 so contact Layl@claysquared.com if there is a venue you would like us to visit.
November 9th from 12:00 to 2:00pm
WARM Fresh Art is a quarterly gathering to explore a different business side of being an artist. Generally these are panel discussions or workshops. All events are free and open to any artist who would like to share and learn. The name Fresh Art refers to the sharing of fresh and new art work at the conclusion of each of these sessions. Come learn, network, and share your work among a great group of women artists.
Fall Fresh Art:
“Approaching a Gallery- Panel Discussion”
October 29th 6:30 to 8:30
Northeast Bank’s Community Room, 77 Broadway Street NE, Mpls., MN 55413
Four panelist will discuss what it takes to get your work shown in a gallery. The scope of types of galleries will include an art center, commercial galleries and juried show gallery. Panelist include: Rachel Flentje fromThe Bloomington Art Center, Anita Kolman from The Kolman Pryor Gallery, Melissa Metzler from Flow Art Space and Jennifer Phelps Art Director at Burnet Gallery.
Whether you have been showing in galleries for years or totally new you won’t want to miss this Fresh Art. With the digital age a lot of things have changed in the world of Galleries and this panel will be full of interesting tips and suggestions to help you get your work shown.
Brain Gym for Artists
Saturday, November 2nd 9:3o to 11:30 (Doors open at 9:00 so feel free to come early to socialize)
At Northeast Bank Community Room, 77 Broadway Street NE, Minneapolis
Use this link to sign up ahead of time: https://www.eventbrite.com/
Brain Gym for Artists-Improve Your Creativity
Enhance your ability to create and innovate by improving your vision, listening skills, physical coordination and your ability to learn. Brain Gym is a program of convenient and easy to do movements that enhance the brain body connection and help you become better at the creative process and activities of your choice. The Brain Gym program has been used for over 20 years in more than 80 countries to boost individual performance in art, music, athletics, and academics. This class will include moderate movement so dress comfortably and bring your water bottle. Class fee includes handout of Brain Gym movements and routines.
Dr. Kennedy holds an Ed. D. in Organizational Development and MBA from the University of St. Thomas. In addition, she is a licensed instructor for the brain body fitness program called Brain Gym. Alanna focuses on the use of the Brain Gym program to improve individual creativity and innovation. She is available for group trainings or for private consultation.
In addition, Dr. Alanna Kennedy is also a manufacturing professional with more than 25 years of manufacturing experience. Her background includes management consultation and practice in strategic planning and production planning, and manufacturing operations.