Fri28Feb2020Fri13Mar2020Co-Prosperity Sphere, 3219 S Morgan St, Chicago, IL 60608
If you’re the kind of person who likes the way words look on the page as much as what they mean, then you’ll want to head to this annual exhibit of typographic designers. Text-based artwork here isn’t just printed — it can also take the shape of a rug or the form of a three-dimensional computer graphic, giving new meaning to the field of “language arts.”
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Fri17Apr2020Anywhere with an Internet Connection
Fri24Apr2020Anywhere with an Internet Connection
FRIDAY, April 24, 2020
This week we are assembling a panel to talk about emotional wellness and support in these trying times. We will be reviewing strategies and coping skills that can be incorporated into our daily workflow and productivity.
George Berlin, Director Animator/ Illustrator
Nova Goldberg, MFT
Robert Goldmann, Business Coach, Mentor and Mindfulness Instructor
Walter Smith, Photographer | Director
Heather Elder, Artist Representative
Fri01May2020Anywhere with an Internet Connection
Wed06May2020on your favorite device with an internet connection
Thursday May 6
Chicago Apple User Group presents guest speaker and C3 member Robert Potter for a live presentation sharing The Do's and Dont's of Video Calls—How you can be your best for the people you are communicating with on video. This presentation will help YOU be your best on video calls.
Topics will include how to set up your video, lighting, audio, background; using multiple cameras; and setting up a video call.
Fri15May2020Anywhere with an Internet Connection
FRIDAY, May 15, 2020
This week our panel will be sharing insights from reps, producers and art producers from the conversations they have been having around what production guidelines and the estimating processes could look like as the next phase of production takes shape.
Fri29May2020Anywhere with your mobile device
FRIDAY, May 29, 2020
Episode 11: This week we have assembled a panel of art producers to shine a light on what is happening on their side of the table. This is your chance to find out first-hand what they are doing for solutions right now and what they are planning for the future.
Wed03Jun2020Fri05Jun2020your mobile device
Featuring 20+ interactive HOW-TO sessions covering infographics, animation, typography, story boarding, data visualization, and more, Click will help you build engaging slide decks and breathe new life into your presentations.
Between the solid session content, live interaction with the experts, community forums, speaker handouts, resources, and more, you’ll reap the benefits for years to come.
Fri31Jul2020Anywhere with an internet connection
FRIDAY, July 31, 2020
WHERE WE ARE NOW is a monthly webinar series created to continue the conversations happening in our community right now.
Episode 13: For this upcoming webinar we have invited a panel of creative directors and art producers to discuss their current experiences around our industry getting back to work as well as how vendors are marketing to them right now e.g. the dos and don'ts, what is resonating from artists promotions and why, and what trends they are seeing.
Tue29Sep2020Fri02Oct2020Anywhere with an Internet Connection
Go to http://onestate.artsalliance.org/ for complete info.
The Schedule: Registration officially opens at 10am on Thursday, September 10.
Sessions with Limited Capacity:
- Broad Strokes, Understanding our Creative Context
- Defining an Anti-Racist Arts Environment
The Theme: This year we are focused on providing you tools for rebuilding, revitalizing, and reimagining the future, with an understanding that the work can only be successful if it centers racial equity. We're also looking at how the arts and culture sector is interacting and intersecting with the current political moment in our country, and are providing lots of opportunities to be in community with others. Because one thing we all need right now, is connection to our community.
The Cost: The conference is free to attend, but not to produce. With the impact COVID-19 has had on the arts sector we felt it was important to waive all registration fees to make the conference as accessible as possible. We also made it possible to donate when you register so if you have the capacity and desire to do so, you can. Whatever you can meaningfully contribute, we will deeply appreciate. Thanks for your support for this conference programming!
The Self-Care: This conference is overflowing with amazing sessions, incredible speakers, and highly interactive moments. If you look at this schedule and are nervous about making it to all the sessions you want while also juggling Zoom fatigue and all the life responsibilities 2020 has piled on top of you -- it's okay. We understand. Many of the sessions will be recorded and made available after the fact. We recommend focusing on the interactive sessions and experiences you want to have.
One State is brought to you by Arts Alliance Illinois, in partnership with Illinois Arts Council Agency (IACA), and with generous funding from IACA and the National Endowment of the Arts.