From Studio to Gallery: How to Market Your Art 10/27/20

From Studio to Gallery: How to Market Your Art
Tuesday, 10/27/2020-, 12:00 pm-01:00 pm
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Cost: Free

Two-person panel intended to help freelance and professional fine artists learn how to market their work

ABOUT THIS EVENT
Tune in for a two-person panel intended to help freelance and professional fine artists learn how to market their work, get their work into a gallery, and create a “brand” for themselves and their artwork.

Topics covered:

  • I make art, Am I an artist?

  • What’s the difference between institutional art, expression and advertising?

  • What happens when an artist finishes a work? How does it end up in a museum or gallery?

  • Why can we sell shoes easier than we can sell artwork?

​ABOUT JESSICA
Jessica Ransom manages, curates, and installs exhibitions as the Artist Services Coordinator at the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County. She serves as the primary contact for professional visual artists in Palm Beach County and is a member of the Council’s Artist Resource Team. Jessica has held positions throughout the art industry as an art advisor and appraiser, developing clientele for a fine art handling firm, and managing the contemporary art space Culture Lab at CityPlace. Her experience includes advising private collectors on purchases, sales, and appraisals, overseeing both private and public art installations, and managing all aspects of art loans. Jessica received her master’s in the History of Art and the Art Market from Christie’s Education in New York City. She serves on the City of West Palm Beach Art in Public Places committee and is a board member of Impact the Palm Beaches.

​ABOUT CAROLINA
Carolina Loch is an independent art curator and researcher of contemporary art. Graduated in Social Communication – Advertising, specialist in Communication and Culture – Interfaces and Master’s student of Language and Technology – Contemporary Aesthetics, she researches Art History since 2013, has been an independent curator sin​ce 2014 and coordinates the Curitiba International Biennial of Contemporary Art since 2015. In 2017, she won the Young Curators Awards with the exhibition “The museum is feminist ‘and other hopes for the future”. Since 2019, she teaches Contemporary Art and Art and Technology in formal and informal institutions.

Baila with Marisol Blanco 10/27/20

Baila with Marisol Blanco
Tuesday, 10/27/2020-, 07:00 pm-08:30 pm
Virtual Location
Cost: Free

Let’s get together for a fun way to get healthy even from home! Dancer and Master Instructor Marisol Blanco teaches Cuban Social dances and AfroCuban basics for free on Tuesday nights. Marisol’s course spans the history, songs, steps, beats, passion, mysticism, and intensity of Cuban folklore and culture. She’ll cover traditional popular ballroom/salon dances: Danzon, Mambo, Chachacha, Pilon, Mozambique, Son and Casino; Cuban identity dances: Rumba, Yambu, Guaguanco and Columbia, and the Havana Carnival Dance, The Conga. She’ll also teach AfrioCuban Heritage Dances, including Yoruba (Orichas) Arara (Fodunes), Bantu (Mpungos) and Haitian (Loaces).

Join us on Instagram Live this Tuesday, October 27, starting at 7 p.m. bit.ly/KoubekBailaLive

¡Acompáñenos a mantenernos activos y sanos desde casa moviéndonos al ritmo de la danza y el baile! La bailarina y maestra Marisol Blanco enseña danzas sociales cubanas y conceptos básicos afrocubanos los martes por la noche. El curso de Marisol abarca la historia, canciones, pasos, ritmos, pasión, misticismo e intensidad del folklore y la cultura cubana. Marisol cubrirá los bailes populares tradicionales de salón / salón de baile: Danzón, Mambo, Chachachá, Pilón, Mozambique, Son y Casino; Bailes de identidad cubana: Rumba, Yambu, Guaguanco y Columbia, y el Baile de Carnaval de La Habana, La Conga. También enseñará Danzas del Patrimonio afrocubano, incluyendo Yoruba (Orichas) Arara (Fodunes), Bantu (Mpungos) y Haitiano (Loaces).

Únanse a nosotros en Instagram Live esta martes, el 27 de octubre, a partir de las 7 p.m.
bit.ly/KoubekBailaLive

Annual “Ofrendas” Cultural Exhibit Shines Spotlight on Hispanic Heritage Month at History Fort Lauderdale 10/10/20 – 11/2/20

Annual “Ofrendas” Cultural Exhibit Shines Spotlight on Hispanic Heritage Month at History Fort Lauderdale
Saturday, 10/10/2020-11/02/2020, 10:00 am-04:00 pm
History Fort Lauderdale
231 SW Second Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33301
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Cost: Prices vary; Some free events

Requiring social distancing? YES
Requiring masks? YES
Providing hand sanitizer?YES

History Fort Lauderdale, proud steward of our community’s past by making our heritage accessible and engaging to residents and visitors, invites the community to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with “Ofrendas,” its annual homage to the colorful traditions of Mexico’s Día de los Muertos. This year’s exhibit, opening October 4 and running through November 2, will showcase fine art and creative community memorial altars or “ofrendas” covered in photographs, flowers and favorite items of the dearly departed.

Fully complying with social distancing and health and safety guidelines, activities will include an opening ceremony, a ZOOM Community Conversation about the history and future of Día de los Muertos, Florida Day of the Dead Celebration shadow puppet theater storytelling and a closing evening of pop-up “Ofrendas” on the banks of the New River.

Activities and events for this year’s “Ofrendas” are as follows:

Sunday, October 4, from noon – 3 p.m.; “Ofrendas” Family Fun Day Exhibit Opening;
Free
Celebrate another year of life and the remembrance of loved ones in preparation for Día de los Muertos. Enjoy performances from Tradicional Aztek Dancers Tloke Nahuake, Grupo Folklorico Timanati, Godmother Death, Danza Mexhika and Mesoamerica Danza. This FREE public event will have limited, timed-entry gallery tours of the community “Ofrendas” exhibition.

Monday, October 19, at 6:45 p.m.; Community Conversation: The History and Future of Day of the Dead in Mexico; Open to the public. Suggested donation of $10.
Join History Fort Lauderdale for an interactive ZOOM discussion about the history and future of Day of the Dead in Mexico. RSVP requested at http://bit.ly/HFLOfrendas2020CC.

Sunday, November 1, from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.; Florida Day of the Dead Celebration’s Shadow Puppet Theater and roving giant puppets
Enjoy Catrinas and Folklorico performances at the New River Inn. Participate in limited, timed ticket tours of the “Ofrendas” exhibition. Sponsored by Riverwalk, City of Fort Lauderdale and the Puppet Network & Puppet Guild of South Florida.

Monday, November 2 from 4 p.m. – 9 p.m.; Florida Day of the Dead Celebration Closing Evening; Free
Bring your family to History Fort Lauderdale for an evening of pop-up “Ofrendas,” luminarias on the New River and entertainment experiences including Tradicional Aztek Dancers Tloke Nahuake. Last chance for timed ticket tours of the “Ofrendas” exhibition.

Select events and pop-up performances will be livestreamed on Facebook at facebook.com/dayofthedeadflorida to encourage virtual participation.

In compliance with local and state health guidelines, visitors to History Fort Lauderdale will be required to wear a mask, have a digital temperature reading and practice safe social distancing of six feet apart. Hand sanitizer will be available at the front desk admission point and all surfaces will be thoroughly cleaned multiple times a day, per CDC guidelines. Additionally, guests will be asked to sign-in, daily, for contact tracing.

History Fort Lauderdale admission is $15 for adults; $12 for seniors and $7 for students (through age 22 with a valid student ID). Admission is free for members, military and children ages six and under. Tickets are available online at http://bit.ly/HistoryFortLauderdaleTickets.

For more information about History Fort Lauderdale, please call (954) 463-4431 or visit us online at historyfortlauderdale.org. Follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/ftlhistory and on Instagram @ftlhistory and subscribe to us on YouTube at youtube.com/user/FTLhistory.

Fall Favorites Semester (Ages 7-13) 10/6/20,10/20/20,10/27/20

Fall Favorites Semester (Ages 7-13)
Tuesday, 10/06/2020-10/27/2020, 05:00 pm-06:00 pm
Taste Buds Kitchen
14740 sw 26 St,
Miami, Florida, 33185
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Cost: 28

Requiring social distancing? YES
Requiring masks? YES
Providing hand sanitizer?YES

Join us for this weekly in-kitchen class as we whip up some of our favorite fall recipes completely from scratch. From ooey-gooey Pumpkin Mac & Cheese to pink Cheddar Beet Biscuits and scrumptious Apple Pie Bites, our seasonal recipes are sure to please. Designed to provide children with much needed social time in a safe, socially-distanced environment, this hands-on cooking experience will have your budding chef mastering new culinary skills as we have fun in the Kitchen. All recipes are vegetarian.

This class is drop-off. Sign up for the full semester to save 10% off.