In this episode, Sara Meyer, Promotions and Events Manager for Visual and Performing Arts at Carroll University, talks to Carroll alumnus Frank Juarez (’97) about his Carroll journey from pre-med to art, as well as some of his many post-grad achievements. His accomplishments include winning National Art Educator of the Year, founding Sheboygan Visual Artists, opening Frank Juarez Gallery,… Read More The Box Office Insider Podcast featuring Frank Juarez
Written by Frank Juarez For the past few years I have noticed that my interest in the business side of art has increased, which led me to design and facilitate professional practices for artist training workshop across the state. My interest stemmed from my own studio practice to running The Frank Juarez Gallery as well as participating… Read More An artist’s e-newsletter
On July 17th, 2020 the following 14 local and national arts professionals came together to record a discussion on “The Role of the Traditional Gallery amid George Floyd and Black Lives Matter Protests. America, What Now?” This video captures a panel discussion on the role of the traditional gallery in the world today as we… Read More “The Role of the Traditional Gallery amid George Floyd and Black Lives Matter Protests. America, What Now?”
Aimed at assisting emerging to established artists in creating a pathway to success, Frank Juarez will cover guidance in self-promotion, effective use of social media strategies, understanding the art market, strategic planning, and balancing studio time with the business of art practices. Juarez encourages discussion, critiques, one-to-one conferences, research, collaborative learning, and self-reflection on our… Read More Professional Practices for Artists: Business of Art Online Workshops at UW-Madison
The Wisconsin Regional Art Program is looking forward to the 2020 State Day Conference! Even though it will be held online this year, people can still connect and engage with Wisconsin arts through the online exhibition, ceremonies, demonstrations, keynote speaker presentation, and networking spaces. Conference 2020 dates are Friday, September 18 through Sunday, September 20. The… Read More 2020 Annual Art Exhibition and State Day Conference
by Ally Wilber, WVA Executive Director Images courtesy of the Wisconsin Visual Artists (WVA) Web: wisconsinvisualartists.org
Since 2013, the foundation of Artdose Magazine has been to connect and support the visual arts in Wisconsin through printed publication, social media and programming featuring artists, curators, emerging exhibition spaces, and art-related businesses. What began as a 12-page, black and white publication in Sheboygan has grown into a bi-annual, full color, art magazine. Frank… Read More Frank Juarez featured in Success Magazine
Facilitated by Frank Juarez. Deadline to Register: June 5, 2020, 11:59 pm Dates: Wednesdays: June 10, 17, July 1, 8, 15, and 22. Time: 6-8pm (CST) Duration: 2 hours Fee: $150 Max: 10 Description: Sustainability in today’s art market is measured and dependent upon two active practices; an active studio and a promotional plan. As much as we love to… Read More Professional Practices for Artists: Business of Art.
Since 2014, the Sheboygan North High Art Department has been Skyping contemporary artists into the art room through a project called, the Midwest Artist Studios Project. One of the project’s goals was to provide a way for art teachers and students to interact with these MAS artists via Skype. Through this platform, artists and students had… Read More Connecting to Artists with Skype | SchoolArts Magazine
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