April 19, 2016 at SOMArts Cultural Center in San Francisco.
Learn how to curate the conversation while enjoying it too! In this workshop we will focus on ways to engage with the public, studio visitors or other individuals that want to discuss your work with you. Through conversation techniques and starters talking about your art will be an enriching and engaging experience.
Kaitlin Trataris, Artist & Educator
Kaitlin Trataris grew up in the high desert east of Los Angeles and currently lives in San Francisco, California. She completed her BA in Studio Arts at San Diego State University in 2012 and is currently enrolled in the MFA Studio Arts program at San Francisco Art Institute. She exhibits frequently in galleries and businesses around San Francisco, including a solo exhibition at Book and Job Gallery. Kaitlin has been a resident artist at ArtSpan as part of their Art For City Youth program since 2013. She is also a recipient of the 2015 Murphy Cadogan award. Kaitlin currently works as a gallery committee member at the Swell Gallery; she has worked as an art educator at The Boys and Girls Club, The Elementary Institute of Science, Live Oak School and The Randall Museum. Kaitlin works in domestic and craft mediums exploring sculptural, installation and performative work.
About ArtSpan Artist Workshops:
ArtSpan presents monthly 90-minute workshops designed to sharpen business and financial literacy for professional artists, prepare artists for exhibiting work inside and outside the studio, and encourage community between fellow artists and the public. Through these community events ArtSpan creates a platform for artists to thrive, fostering a Bay Area that values the arts.
Workshops are free for all SF Open Studios Artists and Members, and SOMArts Artists. General Public $10 suggested donation. No One Turned Away for Lack of Funds.
All events are held at SOMArts Cultural Center, 934 Brannan St, 94103, unless otherwise noted.
ArtSpan participates in SOMArts’ Affordable Space Program, which provides below-market rental space, production and publicity assistance to arts and cultural organizations. For more information visit http://www.somarts.org/rentals/.