Monday, January 05, 2009

Professional Development Seminar

I'm helping to spread the word early about this year's Professional Development Seminar (pre-SNAG conference in Philadelphia) Save $ by registering early!
The Professional Development Seminar will be offering four hours of presentations designed to offer students, emerging artists and established professionals solid information on establishing and maintaining a career in the arts.

Maximizing the Online Revolution: Websites and Beyond

Topics to be covered this year include:

-Improving Website Performance & Design
-Using Social Networking and Virtual Communities to Drive Business
-The Evolving Role of the Gallery in a Virtual World of Commerce

WHEN: Wednesday, May 20, 2009
TIME: 2:00 - 6:00 PM
WHERE: The Loews Philadelphia Hotel
Commonwealth Rooms C & D
1200 Market Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

COST: $10 pre-registration for the entire afternoon; $15 at the door

Pre-REGISTER online
starting January 15th at:

* Pre-Conference Professional Development Seminar

To read about the entire program go here:
I know it feels like a long ways a way… but are any of you out there planning to attend the SNAG conference in Philly this year? I'd love to hear your thoughts/comments!


Danielle Miller-Gilliam said...

I have been debating if I should attend this year's conference. I attended Tyler School of Art and as you know, Stanley Lechtzin is the keynote speaker. I have MANY mixed feelings on SNAG (and Stanley Lechtzin and Tyler) and let my SNAG membership drop YEARS ago because I felt unrepresented and USED as a designer. (USED = I feel the Metalsmith advertising department is the ONLY department of SNAG that wants to represent designers.) However, I am feeling/hoping there is change in the air. I have asked others to "Sell me on the conference. Tell me why I should attend." And sadly, haven't gotten any response. Once again, leading me to believe that SNAG is not for me. I'd love to hear your thoughts. Feel free to contact me...

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