PRACTICAL ADVICE FOR THE PRACTICING ARTIST:
HOW TO WRITE AN ARTIST STATEMENT
Professional development workshop led by Charlie Tatum
June 6, 2018
The Engine Room
2809 N. Robertson St.
"Practical Advice for the Practicing Artist: How to write an artist statement" is the third in a series of professional development workshops for New Orleans' artists organized by PARSE NOLA at Engine Room Art + Projects. Charlie Tatum, Editorial and Communications Manager at Pelican Bomb, will lead an informal dialogue with local artists to discuss how to write an artist statement. This event is FREE and open to the public. We'll be serving Gingeroo and light snacks.
Charlie Tatum is a writer and arts worker based in New Orleans, LA. He currently works as Editorial and Communications Manager at Pelican Bomb. He received a BA in art history from New York University in 2011. In addition to contributing regularly to Pelican Bomb's Art Review, he has written essays and conducted interviews for Art in America, Hyperallergic, Temporary Art Review, and BURNAWAY and contributed to catalogues published by Prospect New Orleans, the Joan Mitchell Foundation, UB Art Galleries, and the Charlotte Street Foundation. He has previously held positions with Prospect New Orleans, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and Lombard Freid Gallery.
Click here for examples of artist statements discussed during the workshop.