The Artist As Cultural Producer

A Town-Hall Forum

Saturday, March 18, 2017, 6:00PM - 7:30PM

Sharon Louden, Editor of The Artist as Culture Producer moderates a conversation with artists Tim Doud, Zoe Charlton and Sarah Kabot, about the issues of how artists sustain their creative lives. Audience participation welcomed. Book signing to follow.

This event is FREE + open to the public.

The Artist as Culture Producer: Living and Sustaining a Creative Life is a collection of essays by 40 visual artists. The book describes how artists extend their practices outside of their studios. All of these contributors have impactful, artistic activities as change agents in their communities. Their first-hand stories show the general public how contemporary artists of the 21st century add to creative economies through their out-of-the-box thinking while also generously contributing to the well-being of others. Although there is a misconception that artists are invisible and hidden, the truth is that they furnish measurable and innovative outcomes at the front lines of education, the non-profit sector, and corporate environments.

Order from University of Chicago Press.

The Artist As Cultural Producer

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