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SELL YOUR ART without Selling Out with Ann Rea

September  18, 2014
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm


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SELL YOUR ART without Selling Out with Ann Rea

Do you want to sell your art, without selling out?
Join nationally-noted painter Ann Rea for a comprehensive introduction the MAKING Art Making MONEY, an eight-part, sequential, iterative process that you'll need to build a fine art enterprise. During this introductory lecture for the weekend workshop, Ann will be talking about how to create value above and beyond your art.

ANN REA is on a personal mission to destroy the myth of the starving artist. Rea recently authored "Sell Your Art without Selling Out, 101 Rules" and created an eight-week, intimate, interactive, foundational business course called MAKING Art Making MONEY that meets live via Google Hangouts.

Ann Rea's paintings, and her inspired business approach, have been featured on HGTV and the Good Life Project, in Fortune, and The Wine Enthusiast magazines, and profiled in the book Career Renegade. Rea's artistic talent is commended by American art icon, Wayne Thiebaud, and she has a growing list of collectors across North America and Europe.

She coaches artists from around the globe, including; painters, jewelry designers, illustrators, musicians, photographers, and mixed-media artists.

Thursday, September 18, 2014
CIIS Main Building
$15/$20 at the door

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September 20 & 21
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California Institute of Integral Studies
1453 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103


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