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Workshop: How to Have a Successful Open Studios

Monday, June 19, 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. – Workshop, How to Have a Successful Open Studios, Great Hall, Codman Square, 6 Norfolk St. (corner of Talbot). $5 admission, FREE to DAC members.
DAC has teamed up with the Mayor’s Boston Business Assistance Center and the Artists Foundation to present a practical workshop designed to teach visual artists how to get the most out of the open studios experience. The workshop is targeted to first-time exhibitors, but will also be useful to event veterans. The session will be led by Liora Beer, Business Manager/Arts & Culture Specialist for the Boston Business Assistance Center, operated by the Department of Neighborhood Development, and Kathleen Bitetti, Executive Director of the Artist Foundation. Refreshments will be served, and Dorchester Open Studios registration forms will be available.

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Reservations are requested at info@thedac.org or 617-839-6734.

The Dorchester Arts Collaborative was founded in 2002 to develop and facilitate arts programming in Dorchester and to cultivate the social, cultural, and economic enrichment of Boston’s largest and most diverse neighborhood. DAC is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization.