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  1. 2nd week • Tablet? • Sharing locker?( Erica is looking for one to share) • Special issue: model/release contract • Helpful information for presentation

  2. The things of the week • Write a Diary – tax, time tracking • SUBMIT

  3. Public Speaking • Learn about how to do presentation • Learn about how to be “On Stage” • Next up: Brainstorming who you are

  4. How to do presentation • Let yourself go • Be real – little things (stir up at the end), learning from laughter (best strategy) • You take time you need (do not rush) • Describe specificallywith example (keywords that makes others remember you easily- ) • Where I am from— • I am specialized in --- • I love -----

  5. Being on Stage Some people are naturally comfortable in front of audiences. If you don’t feel you have a natural ability to speak comfortably in front of audiences, here are a few ideas. There is no one set of rules; find ones that work for you. Here are some ideas

  6. Being On Stage - Gestures • We do not plan our gestures in regular life, so we do not need to plan them for presentations. – our objectives and emotional commitment cause our gestures.

  7. Being On Stage - Helpers Don’t be drift and shuffle on stage • Anchor (tangible, podium, etc) • Destination (define a place to go while speaking) • Props (hold something to be comfortable, remote control, a piece of art, paper, pen, - makes you feel pertinent but not distracting to the audience)

  8. Being On Stage - flexibility • Change your destination and where you anchor yourself on stage in order to underscore a change in emphasis, subject, or mood. This will help avoid monotony.

  9. Overcoming FEAR • Make the unknown known If possible, go to the speaking site beforehand (find out where exactly you will actually be speaking – podium, etc) • Who they are? Are they expert?

  10. Brainstorm Who You Are • Things to think about before and after presentation

  11. Exercise who you are (write single sentence that presents me) - I am _______ working on ___________ who is interested in ______- I am ________expertise on __________ * It can be project specific:I am a visual artist who is working on BlueApple project. * It can start from personality: I am a curious artist who makes photography about ____ * Additional visualization is great: My recent project was about photographing ____ from ___ that has stories of ___, which I was interested in because of_____

  12. Assessing Myself • Write down my problems • Write down what I want to do to overcome

  13. Write about your work • FORM • CONTENT

  14. Write short list of people you want to connect • Finding through other people, connect with them via twitter, linkedin

  15. Wait, when can I use communication skills? • Grants • Financial • Artistic goals • Teaching • Marketing • Creating Partners • Directing • Publicity/ P.R

  16. Some Areas to cover • Public Speaking Skills • Interpersonal communication Skills • Ways to navigate through parties – reception/networking

  17. What you want to learn • Technique? • Approach? • Expectation? • Make a list • Set the long term goal ( write down priority, by when do you want to achieve..)

  18. Make sure everything is connected • Facebook • Twitter • Linkedin • Youtube • @Facebook, making a fan page without profile is also the one of new fashion (privacy)

  19. Targeted marketing • Method : call 6-8 friends from different backgrounds, do brainstorm together about certain events of yours. Have some nibbles • What audience you gotta pitch to? • What venue you could use? • Use people as resources

  20. Idea for the class 1- getting your shit together • Photograph properly, Clean up with photoshop, let’s try some application • Can you do interview? Documenting interview? How to basic using tape, documenting.

  21. Idea for the class 2-getting your shit out A • Prepare imaginative application for the residency – big ones with good program in New York such as; LMCC, Smack Mellon, Bose Pacia, Skowhegan, Cue, Vermont, Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation, NYFA • Register your work here and there:PS1 Studio Visit, White column registry, Drawing center • Selling your work? Let’s brainstorm

  22. Source : outside of school • Classes from*Colette’s*
Networking in the Art World: Making Effective Connections
10 Things You Need to Know in Photoshop to Succeed as an Artist • ourgoods • ASI • LMCC • Creative Capital • VLA NY • BAC

  23. Topic material of the week : Paper I • Museum of Art and Design : MAD’s SLASH show: paper under the knife – possibility of works on paper

  24. Fact of paper • The use of paper is a direct contributor to the harm of the environment via the destruction of one of our most wonderful natural resources -- trees. • Paper is the number one material that is thrown away.
  • For every 100 pounds of trash we throw away, 35 pounds is paper.
  • Paper fills up 30-40% of American landfill space. Source1 Source2
  • As paper decomposes in landfills or is burned in incinerators, chemicals from its inks are released into the environment. Source
  • Deforestation is occurring at an alarming rate worldwide, particularly in tropical regions. The World Resources Institute estimated in 1997 that only a fifth of the world's old-growth forests were undamaged, and almost half of these faced immediate threats from logging and development. Source
  • Americans use more than 50 million tons of paper each year, consuming more than 850 million trees. Source

  25. Think about paper • Sound of paper • Smell of paper – dry, wet, thin, thick, envelop, brownpaper • Emotion of paper – function of paper, story of paper

  26. Paper can be a house • can it be a house? Shigeru Ban
His interview about low- cost, temporary shelters for disaster survivors-“We don’t need innovative ideas. We just need to build normal things that can be made easily and quickly. A house is a house.”

  27. Mark Fox

  28. Noriko Ambe

  29. Carlos Amorales • VBS ArtTalk : • Black Cloud:

  30. Su Blackwell

  31. TaubaAuerbach

  32. Béatrice Coron

  33. Tom Friedman

  34. Richard Sweeney

  35. Julien Vallée

  36. Annie Vought – Abstract and Concrete Paper Art

  37. Chris Natrop

  38. Peter Callesen – Positive/Negative space created by paper

  39. What kind of paper is used? what is use of paper? • Stephen Sollins

  40. Olafur Eliasson your house

  41. Andreas Kocks

  42. Judy Pfaff

  43. Mia Pearlman at MAD

  44. Jen Stark: layering and cutting:

  45. More artists • Laura cooperman • Thomas Allen – how to manipulate photos • Jacob Dahlgreen

  46. Material study- paper(go to images)

  47. For the future class • Field trips • Strategic planning, web related promotion, submit (pick top residency programs and do imaginative submitting) And more !