Saturday, March 18 at 11:00AM

500 Seneca Street (Buffalo)
Enter at Myrtle Street Entrance and go up to the 4th floor

FREE and open to all.

Presenters in this workshop will discuss their personal and professional experiences of finding the studio that works best for their artwork, lifestyle and budget. They will provide insight into the differences between various studio spaces (solo, communal, project based, etc.) and give tips on how to find the space that is right for you. This session is ideal for artists who may be looking to move to a new studio space or want to learn how they can make connections with new venues to further their artistic career.

Presenters: 
Tina Dillman- Cass Project @ 500 Seneca
Rachel Olszewski- Niagara Arts and Cultural Center
Kaitlin Frisicaro- Artspace

RSVP at info@asiwny.org or call 716-362-8389 x512

Part of the ASI professional development series are made possible by Fund for the Arts, Erie County, and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.