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Thursday, September 12, 2013

Visiting Art Critic Studio Visits Available Through BCA

Posted By on Thu, Sep 12, 2013 at 2:40 PM

Attention, local artists: Would you like professional feedback on your work in the privacy of your own studio? 

Burlington City Arts is offering a Visiting Critic Program, designed to "connect Vermont artists with influential arts writers, institutional curators and commercial gallerists." If you're interested in meeting with Heather McGill, artist-in-residence and head of the sculpture department at Cranbrook Academy of Art, the deadline for signing up for a studio visit from her is Friday, September 13.

(BCA's Eric Ford confides they "could take some a bit later," but it takes time to schedule the visits, so better not to dilly-dally.)

Later this month, September 26-28, McGill will be in Burlington for her exhibit at the BCA Center, and to make some studio visits as a critic. You can find out more about her, BCA's program and how to sign up here.

Go ahead, everyone could use a little constructive criticism, right?

Photo of Heather McGill courtesy of BCA.

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