How to Organize the Creative Mind

In her 35 years as a museum professional, Lisa Tremper Hanover has transformed museums physically, programmatically, and operationally. Her broader role as a senior leader in the cultural field has had a positive impact on art and history museums, humanities organizations, and other non-profit entities.

Now a consultant in the arts, Tremper Hanover will be speaking to members and guests of the North Penn Arts Alliance on Wednesday, April 3rd at 7:00 pm at 125 N. Main St., North Wales, PA. The topic for the evening: “How to Organize the Creative Mind.”

Lisa explains, “Every artist has a legacy of work. It is important to document the scope and scale of one’s artistic output and to treat each aspect of the studio as a part of the finished composition. Drawings, sketchbooks, studies, maquettes, tools of the trade, and more speak to an artist’s inspiration. Organizing this material, creating an inventory and photographing content, gives perspective and history to an artist’s career. I will share practical methods for creating and implementing an inventory of finished work and other aspects of documentation recognized by galleries, archives, and museums.”

We invite ALL artists, regardless of your level and expertise to this helpful and insightful presentation. Please join us! Refreshments will be provided afterwards in our gallery space.

Also in April we are holding our 31st Anniversary Members’ Art Show from April 12 – 20, 2019, Along with “Make Art Monday”, “Open Mic Poetry Night” and much more.

For more information about the North Penn Arts Alliance and what we do, please

visit www.northpennarts.org

Or you can call us at 215 393 9110