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Artist workshop: Approaching Your Market with Confidence

May 20 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm


A Special Presentation by Kathy Beekman, Art Career Coach,  and Cyncie Winter, Creativity Coach

Would you like to identify markets such as galleries, art festivals, and art consultants where you might sell your artwork and how to properly approach them for representation?  In this dynamic two hour presentation, you will learn the best steps to take in order to fulfill both of these objectives.  As an added benefit you will also receive practical tips to help you sustain your creative energy, maintain focus and stay committed to your goals throughout this process.

Kathy Beekman and Cyncie Winter are professional artists and art coaches who will give you pragmatic advice and concrete, actionable steps that you can begin implementing immediately to become more successful in marketing your artwork.

Empower your art career and creative life and sign up today for this presentation!

Enrollment is limited.  To reserve your place, contact Cyncie at cynciew@ecentral.com

and send in the registration form to her with your check.

    SYNC Gallery, was formed as a cooperative gallery in 2009 by a group of artists interested in having a strong presence in Denver's Santa Fe Art District. The gallery exhibits a variety of contemporary abstract and conceptual works by a collective of emerging and established artists. Each month select members display exciting work with a wide freedom of expression. SYNC Gallery has become a destination for art lovers and is located in the Art District on Santa Fe in Denver, known for its vibrant art scene. SYNC Gallery presents 12 exhibits each year. Each exhibit opens on the 3rd Friday of the calendar month and runs approximately 4 weeks. The membership of SYNC gallery consists of 22 members and all members have their art represented in the gallery. A larger body of work by 2 members is shown in the front portion of the gallery for a 4 week period, while the remaining members are represented by a smaller sampling of their work in the back portion of the gallery.