A workshop for artists that introduces the importance of building your own archive early in your career, from inventory management systems and invoicing procedures to strategies for documenting your work. We will work together to answer your questions and address the anxieties that prevent you from starting and give you the tools to create a system that grows with your practice. The workshop will conclude with each participant making and sharing an actionable plan for the first steps they will take to build their archive. Following the workshop, you will be able to schedule a 20-min individual meeting to review your progress and discuss any problems you might be having. Conducted by Megan N. Liberty.
Tuesday, April 21, 2020 @ 6-8pm
Tuesday, April 28, 2020 @ 2-4pm
Megan N. Liberty is an arts writer, editor, and archivist. She writes about artists’ books, ephemera, and the archive in the digital age, as well as other intersections of text and image. Megan has over five years of experience working with artists to develop and organize their archives, from daily use databases to organizing materials for institutional donation.
*This workshop will be held via zoom, registered participants will be sent attendance details in advance.
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