Artist Services

Ben Berkowitz (See Click Fix), Bert Bernardi (Pantochino Productions) and Jen Vickery (108 Monkeys) share their experiences of using crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter and GoFundMe at our “Workin’ the Crowd” workshop in 2012.

The Arts Council staff consults with emerging and professional artists throughout the year. We help connect artists with performing opportunities, studio space, and other artists.

We also organize professional development workshops on topics such as social media, filing taxes, and how to market artwork.

 

Want some help?

Need to get some work done?

Looking for feedback?

 

Our programs can help!

Advice Sessions

Let the Arts Council staff help you find exhibition space/opportunities, performance/rehearsal space, and develop new ways to promote your work or creative events and activities.

Debbie Hesse, The Arts Council’s director of artist services and programs, is available for one-on-one appointments. To schedule an appointment call: (203) 772-2788.

Make.Art.Work.

Make.Art.Work is a career-development program for visual artists in Connecticut. Workshops empower artists to effectively set and achieve goals through training, mentoring and peer support. Click here for more information.

Arts Resource Center

The Arts Resource Center at the Arts Council of Greater New Haven is a technical assistance program for artists, arts organizations, arts administrators and Arts Council members. Services include free access to computers and scanners, a resource library, and one-on-one technical assistance with the Arts Council staff. The resource center is located in the Arts Council offices at 70 Audubon Street, 2nd floor. Hours are Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm.