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The Artist Help Desk


Mariani Gallery, Guggenheim Hall
First & Last Fridays of the Month, 12-2pm
September 7 - November 30, 2018

Participation is free, but registration is required.
To sign up, email: galleries@unco.edu


Building a portfolio or website for the first time? Do you need help expanding your network to galleries and collectors? Or are you applying for artistic opportunities and in need of feedback? Ask for help!

UNC Galleries is bringing artists and experts together at “The Artist Help Desk,” a FREE pop-up professional practice workshop open to students, faculty, and the community. Each thirty-minute session provides one-on-one consultations with art professionals including: curators, gallerists, writers, marketing whizzes and more!

Meet Our Fall Guest Helpers:

September 7 & November 2    
Pam Campanaro, UNC Galleries Director & Curator

Pam Campanaro Pam Campanaro is the Director & Curator of Galleries at the University of Northern  Colorado. Prior to her        appointment to Director, Campanaro served as the Associate Curator of Exhibitions & Programs at Montserrat  College of Art in Beverly, MA. Campanaro was the 2015 curator-in-residence at FLOAT: A Tactical Walking  Camp, a  program of The Luminary in St. Louis, MO. She has curated exhibitions at The Museum of Fine Arts,  Houston  (Houston, TX), Find & Form Space (Boston, MA), The Samek Art Museum at Bucknell University  (Lewisburg, PA),  Receiver Gallery (San Francisco, CA) The New Art Center (Newton, MA) and Montserrat      Galleries (Beverly, MA).      

September 28
Guest Helper, TBA

October 26 
Mackenzie Browning, Printmaker & Current Resident at RedLine  

  Mackenzie Mackenzie Browning Browning is a Denver based, Canadian artist who works primarily in screen- print, book arts, and  print    based sculpture. Mackenzie’s aesthetic can be described as bold, meticulous, and inventive, often blurring  the lines between design, craft and fine art. His artworks are constantly pushing personal and technical  boundaries,  often  becoming architectural in nature. Mackenzie’s creations and installations reflect both his past  and present  lived  experiences, a personal history that has primarily taken place in the suburban construct.  Mackenzie holds a Master of  Fine Arts degree in Printmaking and Sculpture from the University of Saskatchewan  and a Bachelor of  Fine Arts (Honors)  degree in Printmaking from Queen’s University.

November 30
Guest Helper, TBA

Participation is free, but registration is required.

To sign up, email: galleries@unco.edu


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