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VIRTUAL: Sustain Your Art Practice During COVID-19

Title:VIRTUAL: Sustain Your Art Practice During COVID-19
Date & Time:Thu Dec 10, 2020 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Location:Virtual Only Event, Meeting or Activity
Meetings, events or activities that will be held exclusively online or via telephone conference.
Event Details:Danielle Glosser, Client Raiser
Danielle Glosser, Client Raiser
Torpedo Factory Art Center and the City of Alexandria’s Office of the Arts are pairing up for a series of free online workshops to support artists, makers, and creative businesses as they adapt to the new normal during the COVID-19 pandemic. Session December 10 starts at noon. RSVP to to receive login information.

Session is led by Danielle Glosser, founder and principal of Client Raiser, a business dedicated to helping artists increase their visibility and client volume. Since 2014, she has worked with artists across the country in support of their professional goals.

Thursday, December 10
Mind Your Art Business: How to Sustain Your Art Practice During COVID-19
The global pandemic has been a challenging time for everyone, and artists are not excluded from this struggle. This interactive live session explores untapped options to increase online presence. By the end of the session, have a host of new ideas to put into practice right away.

For more information or reasonable disability accommodation, contact or 703.746.5565, Virginia Relay 711.

About Danielle Glosser
Danielle is a 25+ year resident of Washington, D.C. She has led workshops with arts organizations across the region, including the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Hamiltonian, Transformer, Washington Project for the Arts, Halcyon, Superfine! DC, D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Gateway Arts District, VisArts, Washington Sculptors Group, Women’s Caucus for Art, Artomatic, District of Columbia Arts Center, Montgomery Arts Association, and Capitol Hill Arts League. She also is a member of ArtTable, a leadership organization for women in the visual arts.

About Alexandria’s Office of the Arts
The Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities promotes the value of arts and culture in Alexandria by nurturing, investing in and celebrating the creative contributions of artists and arts organizations through the Office of the Arts division. By engaging the community, encouraging participation, and facilitating access to the arts, RPCA works with local artists and arts organizations to build a vibrant community for all of the City's residents, workers and visitors. Within the division, the Events and Public Space Activation team strengthens and builds the social fabric of Alexandria. Learn more at or follow @alexartsoffice on Instagram and Twitter. Add to the conversation with #artsALX.

About Torpedo Factory Art Center
Founded in 1974 in a former navy munitions plant, Torpedo Factory Art Center is home to the nation’s largest number of publicly accessible working artist studios under one roof. The Art Center is part of the City of Alexandria’s Office of the Arts, a division of the Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities. Just south of Washington, D.C., Torpedo Factory Art Center overlooks the Potomac River in the Old-Town section of Alexandria, Virginia. Each year, more than a half million national and international visitors meet and interact with more than 165 resident artists in 82 studios and seven galleries. The Art Center is also home to The Art League headquarters and gallery, and the Alexandria Archaeology Museum. For more information, visit or follow Torpedo Factory Art Center on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest via @torpedofactory.
Contact Person:Cheryl Anne Colton, Regional Program Director
Contact Phone No.:571.238.2443
Fees:FREE, Email:
Audience:Anyone may attend
Tags:Arts, Class, Lecture, Recreation, Recreation Centers

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