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International Sculpture Center Symposium Registration Deadline Extended
International Sculpture Center

Strategies For Success in Challenging Timeson-site registration will not be available!

Geared towards those working in the sculpture community. Panels will address the current economic climate with an emphasis on creative solutions and positive strategies being implemented. The ISC’s 2009 Symposium will serve as a helpful tool to gather knowledge and ideas from leaders in the arts community.

Why Attend?
Artists: Invest
in your Career – Network with presenters and attendees – Gain insight from others and information for the business aspect of your profession.

Get informed about strategies and tools that have proven to be productive and efficient – Interact with organizations you hope to work with – Make useful connections – Meet other artists – Hear how organizations are working through current climate and the affect on artists – Learn about resources available from organizations like keynote speaker Ruby Lerner’s Creative Capital and panelist Phong Bui’s The Brooklyn Rail and Hear what artists like Tom Otterness, Paul Villinksi, and Rona Pondick are experiencing.

Arts Administrators: Discover Useful Strategies For Success – Learn New Marketing Techniques – Network with Others in the Field – Hear success stories – Get information about strategies and tools proven to be productive and efficient – Improve efficiency and effectiveness – Save your organization marketing dollars – Launch into the technologically-driven era – Share experiences of adapting to the economy – Realize creative solutions – Leave with new, unique, and thought-provoking methods of endurance.

What have people been saying about ISC events? Here is a sampling of actual attendees’ testimony:

“Made many connections on a person-to-person level.”

“The panelists did their jobs! They posed questions and raised issues that generated additional questions and conversations that lasted beyond their session.”

“High level of expertise among the panelists.”

“The subject and panel talks were very inspirational.”

“Great conference. Thoughtfully prepared and structured. As an artist, it was good to meet people more on the administrative side of things.”

“Well organized. It was great to be around curators and administrators who were interested and available to talk to artists.”

“Exceeded my expectations. I look forward to future events.”

Join the ISC for this year’s symposium which promises to be a significant investment! For more information of questions contact [email protected] or 609-689-1051 x302. To register visit http://www.sculpture.org This is the final chance to participate as on-site registrations cannot be accepted.

September 11, 2009