Artist Case Studies: Project Development with Erica Mott, Hương Ngô, and Erik L. Peterson.
During this panel conversation, we will learn from first-hand accounts of dynamic artists about what it takes to bring a large-scale endeavor into fruition through a combination of artistic vision, strategic planning, and project management.
Three artists will share their experiences and lessons learned in the process by reflecting on distinct examples of large projects.
Erica Mott on Mycelial: Street Parliament
Huong Ngo on To Name It Is To See It
Erik Peterson on Ashland
–This workshop is part of the FIELD/WORK Core Curriculum, a series of FIELD/WORK Residency sessions that are open to the public. CAC welcomes you to join us at 5:30pm for social time with refreshments, with the program beginning promptly at 6:00pm.
$20 General Public | $10 CAC Artist Members | FREE for BOLT, FIELD/WORK, HATCH, and LAUNCH Residents
-Better understand how to steward an ambitious project from conception, design, and development to on-the-ground realities
-Explore resources to help manage logistics (time, space, resources, legal issues, etc) and relationships (with collaborators, host organizations, funders, and other constituents)
-Develop skills sets to boost confidence in your ability to improvise as things change along the way
For more information including guest speaker bios and registration visit: http://chicagoartistscoalition.org/programs/fieldwork-public-programs/artist-case-studies-project-development