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WORKSHOP: Writing an Artist Statement

May 16, 2024 / May 26, 2024


1 Day


5/16 (6-9PM) / 5/26 (12-3PM)

Experience Level


Enrollment Deadline




About the Course

Alison Stinely, MFA


Unlock Your Creative Voice: Join Our Artist Statement Writing Workshop!

Crafting a compelling artist statement is an art form in itself. An artist statement is a living document that encapsulates how your work connects content and form. Whether you are a seasoned artist or just starting your creative journey, our one-day online workshop is designed to guide you through the process of articulating your process, vision, and motivations in a brief but concise manner.

In this online workshop, you will:
- Discover the fundamentals of effective artist statement writing
- Learn the pitfalls of artist statement clichés and how to avoid them
- Gain insights into how to express your intentions, inspirations, and techniques with clarity and confidence
- Draft and refine your statement through interactive exercises and peer feedback
- Receive personalized feedback and guidance from your instructor

Elevate your professionalism and amplify your voice. Reserve your spot today!

Upcoming Dates:
Thursday, May 16 6-9PM EST
Sunday, May 26 12-3PM EST

*Students are invited to add a 30 minute one-on-one review and proofreading session with the instructor, outside of the workshop hours. Flexible scheduling is available.

Alison Stinely was born and raised in Erie, Pennsylvania. She received her BFA from Edinboro University of
Pennsylvania and her MFA from Indiana University, Bloomington. She is an adjunct instructor of art and design and and founder of Foundation Art Academy in Erie, PA. Alison’s work has been in many juried and
invitational exhibits nationally. She has received many awards and honors and is a two time winner of the
Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant. Her solo exhibition “Nocturnal Emissions” was featured on Hi- and her work “Rib Meat” was featured in Juxtapoz Magazine. Alison’s work has recently been showcased in solo exhibitions at Ghost Gallery in Brooklyn, New York as well as “Gilded Splinters” at Linda Matney Gallery in Williamsburg, Virginia. Her work is in many private collections both domestically and abroad.

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