Artist Services

July

Artist Member Field Trip
FRI July 13

Artspace artist members are invited to join Annah Lee, Director of Artistic Programs to visit Cameron Art Museum in Wilmington. Space is limited, contact alee@artspacenc.org to reserve your spot.

Recent Artist Services

socialmedia

SAT February 17
10am-12pm

FREE for members/$10 non-members

Learn the basics of using social media and how it can benefit your art business with Artspace’s Development + Communications Associate Mary Kay Kennedy.

Mary Kay Kennedy is the Development + Communications Associate at Artspace. Her previous experience is in gallery management and she has a BFA in Photography. She is very involved with the art community and volunteers her time to the Visual Art Exchange and other local art organizations. She lives in Raleigh with one dog, one tortoise, one fish, two birds, one husband, and two children.

Google Apps for Artists with Mary Kay Kennedy

Saturday October 21
10am-2pm

All ages
FREE for members/$10 non-members

Learn how to use Google apps to be more organized and productive with your art business with Artspace’s Development & Communications Associate Mary Kay Kennedy

Mary Kay Kennedy is the Development & Communications Associate at Artspace. Her previous experience is in gallery management and she has a B.F.A. in Photography. She is very involved with the art community and volunteers her time to the Visual Art Exchange and other local art organizations. She has been involved with the SPARKcon arts festival for the past seven years and currently serves as a ‘bobblehead’ helping to oversee the 4 day event. She lives in Raleigh with one dog, one cat, one tortoise, one fish, one husband, and two children.

Marketing through Social Media with Mary Kay Kennedy

Learn how to market your artwork and yourself as an artist, with Artspace’s own social media expert, Mary Kay Kennedy, Development + Communications Associate.

Photography Workshop with Christopher Ciccone

Learn how to photograph your artwork for your portfolio, website and more. Led by NCMA photographer Christopher Ciccone.