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Remember the March tARTreads post where tART artist Clarity Haynes recommended the book Living and Sustaining a Creative Life by Sharon Louden.  You can refresh your memory here. Well  guess who is coming to town(all the way from  Brooklyn) to moderate a discussion in Manhattan but Sharon herself.

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So mark your calendars – AGAIN!  

THE ELIZABETH FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS(EFA)

presents

Living and Sustaining a Creative Life: Forum for Discussion

Moderated by Sharon Louden

this Wednesday May 7th 2014 6pm

EFA Project Space 2nd floor

FREE

323 W. 39th Street (btwn 8th & 9th Ave.)

And did you know the book was named one of Hyperallergic’s top art books of 2013 and is already in its fourth printing in five months. Enough said  right – oh but wait if you are not totally convinced to attend check out her about page here on her website.  You can find more details on the forum discussion and panelists line up here.  And if you come early check out RBPMW next door where I am a member.

 
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Clarity Haynes

“I tend to work in oil for paintings & graphite for drawings.”

Member since 2012

Personal library

Read over the holidays

Living and Sustaining a Creative Life: Essays by 40 working artists

by Sharon Louden

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“It is really practical & geared to professional artists. I recommend it for all artists dedicated to the long haul. It’s about the myriad of different ways to have a career. Though it’s not focused on women artists, many of the contributors are women, and both women & men talk candidly about the challenges of raising families as artists.”

AnnMarie, 2010, oil on canvas. Currently showing in the Brucennial opening tomorrow! – Thursday March 6th from 6-10pm located at 837 Washington Street, NYC. Exhibition up till April 4th. You can check out more of Clarity Haynes’ work here.

tARTreads:

the who where when what & why of books read by tART members

a post by Ann deVere