THRIVE TALKS is a speakers series that invites successful female artists and women in the arts to share their journeys, successes and advice with other women. Each THRIVE TALK is held in an intimate setting that allows for a unique opportunity to get to know the speaker.
Join us on Tuesday, February 28th from 7pm until 8:30pm to meet Executive Director & Curator of The Reach, Laura Schneider. Her talk will be about public galleries and art festivals! Sharing from both an administrative and a curatorial point of view, Laura will share information about the motivations and practicalities that artists can anticipate when participating in exhibitions and programs in these environments. The perfect talk for artists who want to show their work in public galleries and art festivals!
After the talk there will be time to ask questions and mingle until 9pm.
About the speaker
Laura Schneider is the Executive Director & Curator at The Reach Gallery Museum in Abbotsford, British Columbia. A curator, writer, and arts administrator, she holds degrees in Art History from Queen’s University, Kingston (BA Hons), Carleton University (MA), a Bachelors in Education (University of Ottawa), and a Professional Specialization Certificate in Collections Management (University of Victoria).
Originally from Southwestern Ontario, Schneider enjoyed several years in the Maritimes where she was the Director/Curator of the Cape Breton University Art Gallery in Sydney, NS. An energetic member of the cultural community, she was co-founder, artistic director and chairperson of Lumière, Sydney’s art-at-night festival from 2009-2014, and a member of the board of Arts Nova Scotia from 2012-2015.
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Is my registration/ticket refundable?
We want everyone who purchases a ticket to be serious about attending the talk and expanding their art practice and business. We won't offer a refund but you are welcome to transfer your ticket to your friend.
Is this event for females only?
Sorry gentleman this is a ladies only event!