Proposals, Presentations and Attitudes for the Working Artist
Wednesday, January 19th 7-8 PM @ Artseen
Presented by artist Nick Lobo, this workshop takes on the subject of presenting your ideas to a wide variety of individuals and organizations both in and out of the art sphere. Often it takes the co-operation of many people to execute an artwork, this workshop seeks to shed some light on the possible strategies available to communicate with and enlist the help of others. Subjects including: digital imaging and formatting, CAD for the non-professional, project presentation, and approaching uninterested individuals will be covered. You are encouraged to bring in your own projects for development.
About the artist:
Nicolas Lobo received his BFA from The Cooper Union in New York City in 2004. Born in Los Angeles, CA in 1979, he now lives and works in Miami, FL. He has had solo exhibitions at Twenty Twenty Projects and Locust Projects, both in Miami, FL. Additionally, Lobo’s work has been featured in numerous group exhibitions, including Space as Medium, Miami Art Museum; Night Shift, BASS Museum; The Possibility of an Island, MOCA, North Miami, FL; and On the Pleasure of Hating, Lisa Cooley Fine Art, New York, NY. Recently, he completed a book for [NAME] Publications, edited by Gean Moreno and published with the help of a grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Concurrently, Nicolas Lobo’s work can be seen in the group exhibition at de la Cruz Collection, Miami, FL