Join co-hosts Douglas Sigwarth https://www.sigwarthglass.com/ and Will Armstrong http://www.willarmstrongart.com/ as they discuss topics that affect the lives and livelihood of art show artists. This week we discuss Ann Arbor's about face on their cancellation, turning a customer maybe to a YES, and a toast to Russell Yerkes.
Douglas has a conversation with artist and career mentor Chris Dahlquist https://chrisdahlquist.com/. Chris has facilitated hundreds of artists build sustainable careers over the past decade and shares her program with the listeners on the podcast. Her topics include working proactively, creating financial diversification, and operating from cooperation versus competition.
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