Several weeks ago we announced the selection of Oregon painter Carolee Clark as Xanadu Gallery’s Mentorship artist, and yesterday we began our coaching sessions. If you applied for the mentorship, or if you signed up to listen in, you can go to http://www.xanadugallery.com/Mentorship/Broadcast/login.php to sign in and listen to a recording of the first session.
If you would like to sit in on future sessions you can register at http://www.xanadugallery.com/Mentorship/Index.php.
In our coaching sessions, I’ll help Carolee set goals and implement strategies to achieve them. I’ll evaluate Carolee’s work for quality and marketability. I’ll help her craft her artist’s statement and biography, and much more. We’ll be working toward a one-person show for Carolee at Xanadu Gallery.
So how does this help artists who applied, but weren’t selected for the mentorship? Simple, all of the coaching sessions will be broadcast live over the internet, and all of the assignments will be distributed to participating artists. Artists who are listening in on the coaching sessions can follow along and apply what they learn to their own work and career.
This will be a transformative experience for the selected artist, and for all artists who listen in on the consultation sessions. Everyone who participates will benefit from the real-world experience we gain as we work together to take you from “Starving” to Successful.
I invite you to join us in what promises to be an inspiring and instructive journey. Learn more about the mentorship and register at http://www.xanadugallery.com/Mentorship/Index.php.
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