- This event has passed.
Daemen College Speaker Series: Marketing Skills for Artists
May 27 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Join us for the second of three virtual offerings in the Daemen College Speaker Series, hosted by Book Arts & led by faculty from Daemen College’s Leadership and Entrepreneurship in the Arts Program (LEA), dedicated to advancing leadership opportunities in the arts.
Learn about the business of creating client-driven work and being an entrepreneur in any creative field.
In this hour virtual presentation, Philip Longson, Assistant Professor at Daemen College, will speak to his expertise as a working artist, educator, and professional illustrator. Longson will offer tips including illustrating for publishers and working with and acquiring clients. Though he will speak to his own expertise within the field of illustration, his presentation will touch on universal principles useful for all arts-based careers.
Learn, too, how Book Arts collaborates to create custom printing jobs & provides opportunities for working artists in our Shop. Time for questions will be allotted after the presentation.
The virtual Daemen Speaker Series is intended for artists and arts curious folks interested in learning about or working in a creative field. All experience levels welcome.
Learn more about Daemen College’s LEA Program.
• FREE & open to the public.
• Hosted virtually on Zoom. Once registered, you will receive a link and info to tune in.
Any questions please email [email protected]
Find out more about the Book Arts & Daemen College Collaboration.
Internationally published Illustrator
Philip Longson is an internationally published illustrator and education professional from the United Kingdom. Specializing in carefully crafted, narrative driven pieces that utilize a variety of media, his work spans from meticulous graphite drawings to stylized digital creations. His picture books have focussed on atmospheric retellings of traditional Scottish folk tales for older and international audiences.
He received his Masters in Fine Art from Edinburgh College of Art. Now based in Buffalo, NY, Philip is Assistant Professor of Visual and Performing Arts and Program Director of the Illustration program at Daemen College.