Arts at Work: Artist Statement Writing Workshop

Fri, Mar 12, 2021, 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm
Audience: 
Alumni
Graduate Students
Undergraduate Students

Every application, proposal, and exhibit of your career will ask you for one thing: an artist's statement. But where do you start? In this workshop, we'll work on getting the essence of your artwork, your ambition and your vision on the page.

You will be guided through the process of creating a personal artist statement that can be used for graduate school applications, grant proposals, as well as the marketing and promotion of your artistic work.

This workshop is open to Princeton students and alumni. Students can register in Handshake. Alumni interested in registering for this program should email Yee Ho, associate director, career advising. 

Co-presented by the Lewis Center for the Arts and the Center for Career Development. Email Satomi Chudasama to request accommodations for this event at least 15 working days in advance.

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Stephanie Whetstone

Stephanie Whetstone is assistant director of Princeton Writes. She previously taught composition, literature, and creative writing courses and has published short fiction. Whetstone holds a BA in comparative area studies from Duke University and an MFA in creative writing from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.