American realist painter Clark Hulings taught himself Photoshop when he was 82. So, celebrating his centennial by mounting an online exhibition of Hulings’ paintings demonstrating how advanced Virtual Reality technology …
Clark Hulings Centennial Launches Virtual Exhibition of 100 Hulings Paintings Demonstrating How Videogaming Technology Illuminates the World of Fine Art
The Centennial of American Modern Realist Painter Clark Hulings Launches with a Birthday Gala in Santa Fe
Celebrating the Centennial of modern realist painter Clark Hulings (1922-2011), The Clark Hulings Foundation will throw a 100th Birthday Party in Santa Fe, NM, November 20th, 2022, to launch a …
The First Art Exhibition of its Kind to Tour Ohio and Kentucky Hospitals
Ohio contemporary glass artist Terri Albanese has teamed up with Ohio and Kentucky hospitals and their communities to give back to the essential healthcare workers who have given so selflessly throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Clark Hulings Foundation Announces The State of the Art Industry Conference
Artists and art industry professionals across the country and internationally will experience powerful virtual learning and networking during the ten weeks of the CHF fall conference season, September 13th–November 19th, 2021.
The Clark Hulings Foundation Launches Art + Tech Initiative
The Clark Hulings Foundation for Visual Artists (CHF) is pleased to announce our Art + Tech Initiative. Artists are at the forefront of invention: economically, as storytellers, and as creative visionaries and problem-solvers.
Clark Hulings Foundation Delivers Virtual Programming to Working Artists
The Clark Hulings Foundation for Visual Artists, a leader in art business education, is pleased to launch two innovative opportunities for working artists.
SWAIA Launches Global Native American Art Marketplace With Help From the Clark Hulings Foundation & Artspan
CHF will deliver hands-on training to the artists, not only to help create top-notch e-commerce sites but also to teach digital sales and marketing strategies and how to employ them effectively.
SWAIA & the Clark Hulings Foundation Create Virtual Indian Market
Santa Fe Indian Market and the Clark Hulings Foundation for Visual Artists (CHF) are pleased to announce a significant collaboration aimed at providing opportunities for Native artists to showcase and sell artwork amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
CHF Discovers Secret Sauce for Visual Artists’ Entrepreneurial Success
The report is a comprehensive assessment of the circumstances, contributions, and needs of professional visual artists in the US, as well as a thorough examination of the ingredients necessary for their success.
CHF Panel Presents “Artist as Entrepreneur: Becoming the CEO of your life”
CHF is bringing its message of artist empowerment to stARTup Art Fair Houston with a panel on October 12, 2019.
CHF Adds Two New Advisory Board Members
CHF is excited to announce that two wonderful new artworld luminaries are joining The Foundation’s advisory board – noted artist Camilla Webster and curator Valeray Francisco.
CHF Announces Virginia Art-Business Conference
Join The Clark Hulings Foundation in Virginia Nov 7-9 for 1 day of dialogue about the art industry and 2 days of high-level Art-Business training for artists.
CHF Announces Its 3rd Annual Art-Business Conference in Santa Fe
This three-day event will feature high-level presentations and interactive sessions designed to educate and support artists in becoming self-sustaining entrepreneurs.
CHF Presents A Thriving Art Exchange Virtual Town Hall
TAE brings together the art world’s various players to engage in constructive dialogue, structured brainstorms, and honest debates about the future of the visual art industry, locally, regionally, and nationally.
CHF Panel Presents “Artists Taking Charge of Their Business”
CHF has organized this panel to discuss how artists can take charge of their business in today’s art market.
CHF Announces 16 Artist Fellows 2019 Art-Business Accelerator
“This year’s group of applicants was very diverse, in terms of medium, style, genre, stage of career, business model, interests, background, and location. It was a really broad, fascinating group, which made for a competitive and exciting selection process,” said Elizabeth Hulings, CHF’s director.