Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Silver Spring Arts Salon, Thursday, March 15, 2012, 12 noon, Silver Spring Civic Building!
Please join us for the March Silver Spring Town Center Arts Salon! Our featured speaker is Rosetta DeBerardinis, Thursday, March 15, 2012, 12 noon, at Silver Spring Civic Building!
Many creative people assign their business to a representative. How do we find those partners? How do we determine the scope of the relationship? When do we need someone to 'stand in our shoes'?
Who’s invited: Fine artists, filmmakers, writers, musicians, photographers, graphic designers, playwrights, poets, and anyone interested in the creative process.
What to bring: Ideas, questions, stories, business cards for networking, and a brown bag lunch and/or drink, if desired.
Where to show up: Silver Spring Civic Building; Silver Spring, MD 20910. We’ll meet in the Colesville Room, 2nd floor. The Civic Building is the new building across from the Majestic Movie Theater, on Ellsworth between Fenton and Cedar. Most meters on the street are one hour only; To mapquest, I suggest you use the address for the Town Square Garage (Garage 61) 801 Ellsworth Dr, Silver Spring, MD 20910, which is right across the Street.
How to RSPV and/or receive notices about upcoming salons: Please join the FB page: SSTC Arts Salon at http://www.facebook.com/groups/111769958927685/
GUEST ARTIST: Rosetta DeBerardinis is a visual artist born in New York City who resides in Maryland. Her paintings, sculpture and urban drawings have been exhibited internationally in museum group shows and in solo exhibitions at commercial galleries and art venues. She is featured in the recent book 100 Artists of Washington, DC by art critic /curator F. Lennox Campello and Thinking About Art by J.T. Kirkland. Over the past decade, the artist has completed two studio residencies, been featured in magazines and newspapers, written art reviews for D.C. Art News blog, lectured for Golden Artist Colors and more. DeBerardinis is a graduate of Vassar College and holds degrees from the University of the District of Columbia and the University of Baltimore School of Law. She is an avid reader and a publisher writer. http://www.rosettadeberardinis.com/
HOST: Mary Amato (Host) is an author, poet, songwriter, musician, and playwright. firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.maryamato.com/