New SNAG program will benefit members

SNAG is launching a new program to promote members work.  This looks to be quite different than the tired old approach of a few images and a CV.  Anthony Tammaro is leading the program which will be unveiled at the conference.

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Comment by 2Roses on May 24, 2011 at 8:51am
Thea, the idea is to put the focus back on the work and the story behind the work-simply, clearly and in terms that create value and meaning for buyers.  Our end of the field has gotten lost. We produce highly creative intellectually challenging work and present it to potential buyers with no explanation whatsoever, or a CV in place of a narrative, or at best an artist statement that is so opaque or verbose as to be unintelligible. We want to reconnect our artists with the larger public.
Comment by Thea Clark on May 24, 2011 at 12:28am
Look forward to learning more, the suspense is killing me.
Comment by 2Roses on May 20, 2011 at 7:19pm
The home page is a hoot. It displays member work based on an algorythem that analyzes a dynamic set of activity criteria. Basically, the page changes constantly based on the pulse of the Internet.
Comment by Francesca Vitali on May 20, 2011 at 3:47pm

oh great, an other reason for being sad to miss the conference ;)

 

looking forward to know more about this new project!

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