Exposure Alternatives For Your Art
1890 Bryant Studios Workshop by Martha Zlatar

“Exposure Alternatives For Your Art” 1890 Bryant Studios Workshop Talk by Martha Zlatar

Monday, March 10th, 2014, 7:00pm – 8:30pm, no charge

1890 Bryant Street, Suite 306 (hosted by Jeremy Sutton & Peggy Gyulai)

Please RSVP to jeremy@jeremysutton.com with subject line “Martha Talk RSVP”

Peggy and I both worked with Martha when she was a business coach at the Small Business Development Center. We can say from first hand experience that she was very good at getting us focused in our art businesses and we are delighted that she’ll be sharing some of her thoughts and suggestions with the artists in our building. Though this is not being announced or publicized beyond 1890, you’re welcome to invite and bring artist friends from outside the building if you wish. This talk is about looking at alternatives ways of getting exposure and selling your artwork from mainstream art galleries all the way to non-art venues. Designed specifically for visual artists, this workshop (it’s a talk and a “workshop” – there will be some interactivity and exercises built in to the presentation) will get you thinking beyond the gallery system and give you ideas to design your own exposure strategy. I am sure everyone will find something of value and it will serve as opportunity to share and expand ideas about alternative places to show your art.


In this one and a half hour workshop you will learn:

  • 5 habits of highly effective artists

  • Why you want to get exposure? What is your ultimate goal?

  • Types of venues to get your art seen (from museums and commercial galleries to non-art and alternative spaces)

  • Is the gallery system right for you?

  • How your goals, your type of art, and your target market define where you exhibit your work

  • Possible strategies for your art career

Please RSVP if you would like to attend. There is no cost but donations, which go to the speaker to thank them for their time in coming to speak to us, are welcomed.





Martha has advised emerging and mid-career visual artists on realizing their artistic goals for the last 12

years. She coaches on clarity of vision, relationship with money, embracing the business owner within, time

management, unleashing your creativity and many other issues relevant to artists and art entrepreneurs.


Martha’s passion for psychology, business and the arts led her to launch ArtMatch, an art business and

creativity coaching practice that supports creatives on becoming more “business savvy” and “professionals” on

becoming more “creative”.


Her 26 years of diverse business experience took her to the worlds of Market Research, International

Business, Event Management & Promotion, Training and Meeting Facilitation and Art Business Consulting

(New York City, Brussels, New Orleans and San Francisco). Aside from running her private practice, she was

also a Consultant for the Small Business Development Center in San Francisco and Oakland.

Martha also lectures on the Business of Art,  Marketing Alternatives for Your Art, Unleashing Your Creativity

and co-facilitates creativity workshops like Crouching Tiger Hidden Artist and Walking in This World.


Her eclectic background brings a fresh and new perspective to the art business world and the Arts Community.

She is originally from Colombia, has a degree in Marketing, an MBA, and is fluent in Spanish and French.

Though she enjoys photography, collaging, improv acting, dancing and drawing with tea and ink, her true

passion still remains “transformation” and inspiring that in others.

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