Big Medium is pleased to introduce Creative Standard as its newest partner program. Creative Standard is partnering with Big Medium to carry out its mission to fortify and promote the creative, professional, and economic success of local artists.
The focus of Creative Standard is to convene artists regularly; provide information, opportunities, and resources through a digital hub; and to create and maintain standards of professionalism and integrity for the creative community to adhere to and uphold. Creative Standard will offer monthly programming, ranging from networking opportunities, to workshops, to panel discussions, and the standards will be an ongoing set of public documents informed by the artists and the community they serve.
April 18, 6:30-8pm The first Creative Standard gathering of 2018 invites artists to meet with fellow creatives, discuss their artistic practice, opportunities, personal and professional growth, and contribute to the creation of the Creative Standards. Following the meet up at there is a Fusebox Festival performance by AKIRASH in the Big Medium Gallery.
June 6, 6:30-8pm Artist Jieun Beth gives an artist talk on her current exhibition in the Big Medium Gallery, Innocence in Silence.
June 20, 6:30-8pm Calder Kamin, Artist Liaison for City of Austin Small Business Program, speaks about her own practice as an Austin artist and presents about professional development opportunities available through the City of Austin Small Business Program.
July 11, 9-10am Gather for coffee, breakfast, and a talk.
July 25, 6:30-8pm Learn best practices for the East Austin Studio Tour.
August 8, 6:30-8pm
August 22, 9-10am Gather for coffee, breakfast, and a talk.
September 19, 6:30-8pm The first annual Creative Standard Summit.
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Big Medium is funded in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.
Big Medium is also supported by the Texas Commission on the Arts and by generous contributions from private donors.