The following is excerpted from the Richmond Art Gallery (RAG).
Artist Edward Fu-Chen Juan will share his artistic journey from working as a successful commercial illustrator and paper and textile designer, into the realm of fine art printmaking at artist residencies, community art projects, gallery exhibitions, and public artworks. Whether you work as a commercial or fine artist, keeping on top of all the administrative work of your art business is essential. Edward will share strategies and advice on how to stay organized in order to better take advantage of any creative opportunities that may come your way.
This edition of the Artist Salon will be an online live-streamed event with time for Q&A with participants.
The session is free, but registration is required.
This event is a free online presentation hosted on the Zoom webinar platform. Registration is required to attend.
Auto-generated live English captions will be made available during the event.
Participants are invited to ask questions during the discussion via the Chat feature.
About the Presenter: Edward Fu-Chen Juan 阮福辰
Edward Fu-Chen Juan is a visual artist based in Vancouver, BC, the unceded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and Sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. He identifies as a queer Taiwanese Canadian with ethnic roots from the Hakka and the Plains First Nation People of Taiwan. His focus is to cultivate a connection between traditional techniques and contemporary values, with the objective to advocate for more ecologically sustainable practice. For more information, visit his website: http://www.edjuan.com/
The Artist Salon is happening Wednesday, July 27, 2022, at 7 pm. Register for the session here.
The Artist Salon is an opportunity for emerging and established visual artists to learn from arts professionals and discuss opportunities in the arts community. Each month presents a different guest presenter for inspirational talks and professional development advice for visual artists.
The program is supported by the City of Richmond Arts and Culture grant.