Print Media New and New Patrons list.
Green Line Project.
Print Media New and New Patrons list.
Green Line Project.
Targeted Promotional Campaigns
Curatorial Initatives, ASU Events.
Events, galas, and exhibits.
Collector Education, Tours and Studio Visits
Curatorial Initiatives and Events
4 Proposed Events
Conversations with Curators and Studio Visits - AZ and Beyond
Curatorial Association and Arizona Art Histories Initiatiave AAHI
Education (Cronkite Sch)
On-line Arts Magazine
Founding of an inter-disciplinary ASU Arts Journal
Criticism and Curatorial Program / Minor
Technological and structural.
Possible Step Gallery Expansion.
Advertising costs for art magazines, on-line promotion, etc.
Shipping and travel costs for touring or traveling exhibitions.
Insurance costs for touring or traveling exhibitions.
YEAR 1 & 2:
YEAR 3 & 4:
YEAR 5 & 6:
YEAR 7 & 8: Community Conversations
YEAR 9 & 10:
YEAR 1 & 2: FOUNDATIONS
ART CRITICISM/THEORY AND ART JOURNALISM EDUCATION
Art Criticism: Meredith Hoy, Writing Art & Design Criticism
Art Journalism: Art Journalism (Cronkite School): Kathleen Vanesian
Curatorial Education: Dr. Grant Vetter, Gallery Exhibitions
SOCIAL MEDIA NETWORKS
Harry Wood Facebook: 2016-2017, 30 Followers to 277. Year 1: 823.33% increase in traffic
Gallery 100: Facebook: 2016-2017, 10 Followers to 384. Year 1: 2,670 % increase in traffic
Step Gallery: Facebook: 2016-2017, 18 Follwers to 291. Year 1: 2,033.33 % increase in traffic
Total increase in traffic to ASU Facebook Gallery Pages: 5526.66%/894 New Followers
2016-2017 Exhibition Season: 28 Reviews
YEAR 3 & 4: EXPANSION
Budget for Artsbeacon
Budget for Promotions Java
Budget for AZ-Lifestlye / Uptown / Phoenix Magazine / College Times / Entertianment!
FROM CURATORIAL INITIATIVES TO CURATORIAL EVENTS
3 Possible Models: Art Destination Events
Tucson: All Souls Procession / Tucson Fringe / Sculpture Festival
Proposal: SUMMER SECESSION (summer event)
3 Possible Models: Alternative Art Fairs (Annual Art Detour, 30 years plus)
Proposal for Phoenix: HOTEL ARIZONA ART FAIR (art detour event)
3 Possibe Models: Art Festivals (Phoenix & Tempe Festival of the Arts, Mesa Spark!)
Artscape / Fringe NYC / FAR Bazaar (Foundation for Art Resources)
Proposal for Phoenix: Alt. Spaces Art. Xchange (ASAX - independent space event)
3 Possible Biennual Models (Proposal of a Southwest Biennial / Phoenix Biennual )
Proposal for Phoenix: PHOENIX TRIENNUAL (city event)
PRINT MEDIA (BULK MAIL): NEW ARTS PATRONS AND COMMUNITIES
Structural changes: Lights (Incandescent to LED)
Technology updates: Projectors, Media Players, Televisions, Speakers, DVD Players, etc.
YEAR 5 & 6: PROMOTION
ASU BUSINESS INCUBATOR PROJECT
Art APP connecting Phoenix, Tempe, Mesa, Scottsdale, Gilbert.
Artlink / PUG (Phoenix Urban Guide)
CONVERSATIONS WITH CURATORS (Current)
Andi Compognone, Musuem Director, Landcaster Musuem of Art and History
Ciara Ennis, Curator, Pitzer College Art Gallery
Sara Cochran, Museum Director, SMoCA - Studio visits 16'
David Michael Lee, Curator Coastline College
David Pagel, Curator-Critic, Claremont College / Los Angeles Times
Donna Napper, Musuem Director, San Jose Insititute of Contemporary Art
Ed Gomez, Curator, Mexi-Cali Biennual - Studio visits 17'
James MacDevitt, Curator, Cerritos Community College
Jason Ramos, Curator, Eastside International Residency
John Spivak, Curator, Grand Central Art Station, Cal State Fullerton
Juli Carson, Musuem Director, University of California, Irvine
Kio GRiffith, Curator, West Los Angeles College - Studio visits 17'
Luis G. Hernandex, Curator, Mexi-Cali Biennual - Studio visits 17'
Max Presneill, Curator, Torrance Art Museum - Studio visits 16', 17'
Gilbert Vicario, Curator, Phoenix Art Museum
3 CURRENT PROMOTIONAL CAMPAIGNS
Campaign #1: "Aesthetics of Wonder"
Campaign #3: "Thowback Thursdays " (Graduate and Alumni support)
Campaign #3: "Curatorial Initiatives" (Link)
Campaign #4: (The New) ASULivewire (Link)
YEAR 7 & 8: COMMUNITY CONVERSATION
FOUNDING OF AN INTER-DISCIPLINARY ARTS JOURNAL
Art History - Art Criticism - Art Journalism - Art Theory
INTERCOLLEGIATE COMMUNITY AND EXCHANGE
Current Space for Intercollegiate Exchange
ASU / China
ASU / UCSD
ASU / UofA
ASU / ASU CA-DC
Possible Spaces for Curatorial Exchange
Pitzer College / West Los Angeles Community College / Cerritos College / Coastline College
Possible Spaces for Gallery / Graduate Exchanges
Eastside International / Jaus Gallery / Durden and Ray (Rental Galleries)
DONOR RECRUITMENT CAMPAIGNS
Special Events, Openings, Invitational Offerings.
SHIPPING BUDGET / ARTWORK INSURANCE
Basis of shipping touring shows, trade shows, higher value works.
YEAR 9& 10: CULTURAL TRANSFORMATION
ESTABLISHMENT OF A CURATORIAL/CRITICISM PROGRAM, MINOR, OR CONCENTRATION.
Education for next generation of curators and critics in Arizona and beyond.
ESTABLISHMENT OF AN ASSOCIATION OF ARIZONA ART CURATORS (AAAC)
Establishment of a statewide dialogue between curators across the state and beyond.
ESTABLISHMENT OF ARIZONA ART HISTORIES INITATIVE (AAHI)
A statewide intiative to reclaim lost histories of critical art production in AZ.
ESTABLISHMENT OF A COLLECTORS EDUCATION TOURS ABOUT CONTEMPORARY ART PRODUCTION AT ASU/ARIZONA.
Outreach to the next generation of art patrons in Arizona.
ASU Galleries 10 Year Plan
ASU 10 Year Plan has 4 distinct areas of development. These are 1) Venue and Funding Costs, 2) Programming and Event development, 3) Promotion and Engagement with the public, and 4) Critical Reception and Metrics for success.
These 4 distinct lines of development have to be implimented in phases over a number of years, with each phase of development being connected and further cultivated as it moves into its next phase. These 4 developmental lines form the basis of a 10 year plan that would be interdisciplinary wthinin ASU, comunnity-based where we touch with outside organizations, and coalition based in creating real and sustianable change for the ats at ASU, Phoenix and the greater state of Arizona.
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